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How to use a Java class into an HTML file  RSS feed

 
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Hello,
I would like to call a java class into my html page. The java class will use the name of the calling HTML page to write its name into a file.
In fact I would like to write some informations (into a file on the hard drive) from the HTML pages that call the java class.
Let's have an example :
1- Click on a button in "page1.html" -> call of "java.class" -> "c:\file.txt" containts the string "page1.html"
2- Click on a button in "page2.html" -> call of "java.class" -> "c:\file.txt" containts the string "page1.html,page2.html"
3- Click on a button in "page3.html" -> call of "java.class" -> "c:\file.txt" containts the string "page1.html,page2.html,page3.html"
and so on......
I need to know the instructions to call and use the java.class into the HTML page.
And I need to know the java instructions to get the HTML page name.
Do I have to pass a parameter (name of the page) to the java class? If so how do I manage that on both side (java, HTML)
I would like to have a universal code that works for Netscape / IE.
Any answer will be grandly appreciated.
Thanks.
Cyril
 
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