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How to Call DWR in servlet

 
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I'd like to ask if there is way for a servlet to get DWR object instances and possibly call its method? Or the other way around. DWR POJOs getting servlet instances.

As a follow up, how can i get servlet instances now that ServletContext.getServlet("servlet") is deprecated? is there a work around to get servlet instances. I really need to know how to implement interservlet communication, specially servlets communicating with DWR POJOs..

If you have some ideas, please share.

Thanks.
 
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I'm completely lost. DWR is glue between JavaScript on the client and Java on the server.

What, specifically, are you trying to do?
 
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Thank you for considering my question.

For example I have these classes


How do I do 1 and 2? Or is there a better way of doing this logic?

 
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