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Servlet to Applet

 
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Hi

I am trying to develop an application where the user enters some data on a JSP page, the JSP then sends this data to a servlet, the servlet processes this data and sends this data to an applet so that the applet can draw a graph based on that data. I am not able to pass the data from servlet to applet. Please help.
 
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What does "I am not able" mean? How are you trying to do it?

The normal way of passing data to an applet would be to use <param> tags inside of the <applet> tag.
 
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Hi,

This case, you have to use the Java Network APIs...
Use URL & URLConnection to call a servlet and read from servlet's output...
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String url = "http://www.abc.com/servlet/TestServlet?Name=Chandan";
URL testServlet = new URL( url );
URLConnection servletConnection = testServlet.openConnection();
inputStreamFromServlet = servletConnection.getInputStream();

// Now read the input from the servlet.
. . .
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