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Posted by hh on November 21, 2000 at 12:12 AM
> Is there a way to perform a POST of Java applet data along with the data of other (native) controls on the same HTML page?
> Basically, what I want to do, is:
> 1) Write my a user control in Java.
> 2) This control will be placed in a HTML document as an APPLET along with other native controls such as INPUT controls.
> 3) The user fills in the data in these controls (both native as well as Java applet) and then the he/she presses the "Send" button for the form.
> 4) The browser should send the values from the native controls (like INPUT) as well as the data found in the Java applet controls.
> 5) The browser should send all these values as a single data stream using the POST protocol (not 2 separate connections on 2 separate ports).
> How can this be done?
> Can this be done all in one POST request?
> Is it necessary to use Java servlets?
> Is there a way to combine Java Script with Java code to acheive this result?
> Is there a way for the Java applet to read the values of all the other native controls on the page and then consolidate the POST into a single stream?
> Is there an RFC for this browser-applet interaction? If not, there should be one.
> Many thanks in advance.