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Hi friends,

Can anybody help me in this problem.. Iam able to establish connetion and pass data from applet to servlet in IE. But if i run the same program in netscape im not able to call the servlet.
AppletContext ac = this.getAppletContext();
URL dataServlet = new URL(this.getCodeBase(),"/servlet/Data?timer="+timer+");
URLConnection servletConnection = dataServlet.openConnection();
System.out.println("Save ServletConnection :"+servletConnection);
servletConnection.setRequestProperty ("Content-Type", "application/octet-stream");
ObjectOutputStream oos = new ObjectOutputStream(servletConnection.getOutputStream());
System.out.println("Save output stream :"+oos);
System.out.println("Save Object written");

Here in java console of Netscape its displaying all the three System.out.println() Statements.
System.out.println-- 1: Save ServletConnection :"Exact path"
System.out.println-- 2: Save output stream :"connetion object"
System.out.println-- 3: Save Object written

But its not actually calling servlet.Actually i have written system.out.println() in servlet which is not displaying.. But in IE all this is working well.Could u please anybody help me in this case.Thanx in advance.
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You might want to check the status code returned from the URL write. Also look at the server logs to see what the actual URI was (and/or println the value of dataServlet.toString()
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hi tim,
yes ur correct . just print it and cheque what i feel is the is problem while creating URL itself in ur program that's why its giving file not found error ..
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