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Applet and Servlets: Redirecting to Servlet inside an Applet

 
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How do I pass an array of objects to a jsp page or servlet from an applet?
How do I redirect to a jsp page from an applet, hence replacing the applet.
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Check out the applet.getAppletContext().showDocument method to replace the current page with another one.

Some hints on how to access servlets/JSPs can be found on this wiki page.
 
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Thanks! Btw, how do I pass an array of obj or a hashmap from an applet to a servlet? via session? how?
 
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Through serialization, as outlined in the example linked from that page. Or are you talking about passing it along as part of the servlet call that will replace the applet? Then you'd have to add it as an URL parameter. That might involve the java.bean.XMLEncoder class and some base64-encoding of the result.
 
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