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Importing Contacts from various Websites like Linked In,Gmail,Yahoo, Hotmail etc

 
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Hi,

This is Anurag Pathak.

I tried a lot but could not get the Java/JSP/Servlet Source Code to import Contact Details from various Websites.

If any body has done it in past or any link please help.

On Net PHP etc are available but I want the same in Java.

Looking forward for urgent reply.

Regards

Anurag
 
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import Contact Details from various Websites.



If you want code to contact web sites and request information just like a browser would, a toolkit like HttpClient will work.

If you are talking about something else, kindly give a more detailed example using a specific website.

In any case you should try to get these functions going as stand-alone applications first, a servlet environment just complicates things.

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I'd also check to see if the various sites you're doing this to have an API; it'd make things much, *much* easier.

Also, please see EaseUp.
 
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