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Yahoo cricket score?

 
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I have doubt about the how the yahoo guy's are updating cricket score card i their web site.Is there no need to redeploy the page every time? Then is it possible to do thing's like that using any java technology? If yes what are they? If i need to insert weather report in my jsp page do i need any additional plugins or jar files ?
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I have no idea what site you are talking about, but I imagine they simply use Ajax (JavaScript) to update some info on their site without refreshing the page.

Your servlet needs to emit HTML containing scripts in order to do that. Just look up Ajax for JSP on Google.
 
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