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- 07-10-2011, 09:17 AM #1Member
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TEAV Encryption From JSP Web Form
I have a TEAV Java class that I must use to encrypt an input string from a JSP web form.
The web form is just a test page that will be part of a larger application.
The JSP webform should...
- get an input string (already done)
- call the TEAV class to encrypt the input string
- return the encrypted string
- populate a "span" tag with the encrypted string
I need help getting the submit button to call the TEAV encryption and pass the input string as a parameter.
What is the best way to do this?
Could you use a java bean for this?
This will eventually be turned into a web service to be used by a php application (if that makes a difference).
Right now I just need to know how to use the web form to encrypt an input string with the TEAV class.
Windows Server 2003
Apache Tomcat 7
Spring MVC (using for JSP web form)
Also, I'm doing this on a Windows Server 2003 machine. Will this method be any different on a Linux box? I didn't think so since Java, Tomcat, and Spring MVC will all be the same.
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