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Pravin Shirke
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i want to use ajax with java. but i dont know which library to use and i need some examples to practice i have gone through the net i have found ajaxtags to be useful but can anyone give me an example of autocomplete with database or resources where i can find sample codes.
 
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one more question folks if i create a webapplication using java(struts) and jsp and Google Web Toolkit on windows platform will it run properly on linux
 
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Please ask one question per topic.

To answer your first question, you don;t need to to do anything special in order to use Java as the server-side resource for Ajax requests. Just make your Ajax requests from the client, either by hand-coding the Ajax, or by using JavaScript libraries such as Prototype or jQuery. What you use on the server is independent of that -- it could be Java, or any other server-side side language.
 
kelby zorgdrager
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the answer to your second question is...

everything you set up on the windows platform should work fine on the linux platform, assuming you are using the same version of java and you are linking to any DLLs
 
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Originally posted by kelby zorgdrager
same version of java and you are linking to any DLLs


How do you get DLL support in Linux? Not about Wine.
And a web application would seldom require any DLL.
 
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