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Hi dear Friends,
Friends there is a scenario which we have to solve. Normally a client's web browser communicate with a web site in his way : (Client's Browser) <---> (www.yahoo.com). But our target is to convert this communication in this way : (Client's Browser) <---> (Our JSP Site) <---> (www.yahoo.com). Means that whatever communicationbetween client's browser and www.yahoo.com is going on will be done through our JSP site. Whatever, images are there associated with that HTML response from www.yahoo.com also have to come through our JSP Site. So we need JSP code for it.
 
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I'd do it in a servlet rather than a JSP... but can you use HttpURLConnection to access Yahoo! get the response and then send it back to the user in your servlet/jsp?
 
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Ok Dear Jessica do you have that code of Servlet if you have then please send it to me. My e-mail address is nomaniqbal_2002@hotmail.com.
[ April 12, 2003: Message edited by: Noman Iqbal ]
 
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