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Problem with posting data from one servlet to another servlet in a different application

 
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Hi Java Ranch,

I am trying to post some data from my servlet to another servlet which resides in another application and both applications are placed in same server.

As i am using org.apache.commons.httpclient.HttpClient; object to communicate between the servlets in different applications.

i'll explain the scenario what i am trying to do.

I have two applications applicationA and applicationB(Both are deployed in same server.)

Now i am trying to comunicate with a servletB in appB from a servletA in appA.
As of now i recieving the response from servletB to servletA.

BUt i need to use the data which is sent frm servletA to servletB, and give the response from servletB based on the data recieved from servletA.
I am not able to recieve the data from servletA so i am unable to do validation on the data recieved from servletA,

can you please let me know how i can over come this scenario.

If possible let me know how to send a string object or an hashmap object from servletA to servletB

Thanks in Advance,
Gopi Chand Maddula



 
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I believe that this link might help you. You should search for "consuming java webservice".

http://www.codeproject.com/KB/java/edujini_webservice_java.aspx


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