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How to pass params in a HTTPS call from plain java classes?

 
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I need to make https request to a remote system.I have ONLY j2sdk1.4 environment in my machine and i don't have any application servers. I know that using java.net package i can make HTTPS call.
My question is
1. The remote system excepts me to pass HTTPS-GET parameter. How i can pass parameter after i made URL connection?

Thanks in advance.
 
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JDK 1.4 includes the javax.net.HttpsUrlConnection class, which should be sufficient for your purposes. The easiest way to use GET parameters is to include them in the URL, just like you see them in the URL field in a web browser.
 
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