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vijaiah
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Hello Friends....
Here is my question.Can we call a JavaBean Object in an ASP page?. If we can, how can we call the JavaBean in an ASP page?.And where should i keep the Bean, When my ASp page is residing on an IIS server.How do we link these two. Otherwise is there any other way that i can match this Requirement???
Thanks for your valuable suggestions.Have a nice time.
-Vijay Vangara.
 
Mirko Froehlich
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As far as I know, there is no direct way of accessing a Java Bean from ASP. I think that there is some way of writing COM objects in Java, but I don't know (or even want to know...) the details. One way I can think of that would allow you to integrate Java with ASP is to have a Java Servlet that provides an interface to access the Java Bean via HTTP, for example from your ASP page. This could use XML to represent the Bean's properties, which your ASP page could then parse.
-Mirko
 
shailesh sonavadekar
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Vijay Vangara. Welcome to Javaranch.
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