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Login Page using GWT

 
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Hello

I have developed Login screen containing Username and Password using GWT. but I am not getting how to use it with Servlet or Web. How to retrieve values from the screen because screen desingning is done by using java code /gwt api. so what role my loginservlet should play.. how to call my loginservlet. there is submit button on screen. so where should my action go. how should I retrieve the values from screen to servlet. e.g - request.getParameter(???); how should I give the name for my fields on screen for username and password ?

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I don't think your question is relating to this forum.
Personally, I think you will get a better help if you participate the GWT official group: http://groups.google.com/group/Google-Web-Toolkit
 
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Basically you need to make an RPC call,

To make an RPC call, you would require 3 classes:
1. service eg: MyLoginService
2. serviceAsync eg: MyLoginServiceAsync
3. service Implementation eg: MyLoginServiceImpl


there are some mappings required too, I recommend you read this http://examples.roughian.com/index.htm#Tutorials~RPC_To_Java
 
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