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How can I call a url like

http://localhost:8080/MyAppName/Myjsp.jsp

from a stand alone application ??

please let me know if any body know
 
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HttpURLConnection

Working with URLs tutorial
[ September 27, 2006: Message edited by: Joanne Neal ]
 
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Originally posted by sudhana madhu:
How can I call a url



One doesn't normally speak of "calling" a URL. Typically, one connects to a particular type of service at a particular URL, then maybe sends and/or receives some data.

What do you actually want to do with the URL? I see it is a JSP. Do you want to read the content of the JSP into your application as HTML text? Or do you want to display the page in a Web browser? Or something else...?
[ September 27, 2006: Message edited by: Peter Chase ]
 
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I want to display the page in the browser....
 
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Have a look at JDIC or Bare Bones Browser Launch.
 
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