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How to submit HTTP requests from an applet

 
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Good Day,
I would like to create an java applet that functions like a toolbar. It will have buttons for certain functions. When the button is pressed, I want it to submit an url to the server. The server will process the request and post the reponse. It would be helpful if I could specify which frame is the target of the response.
Is there an object/api that specifies the browser that the applet is living in?
Regards,
Mark Ashworth
 
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Would u plz specify that if u are running ur applet from browser or from appletviewer
but i can help U out if u r running ur applet from appletviewer
do make a URLConnection
or see the documentation of URLConnection class
reply if U could not solve it out
 
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