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    Forgive me if this is a stupid question. I have done a decent amount of web development(mainly .NET) I am somewhat new to Java. I have made my first "real" desktop application. Its in Swing. It constructs a URL with query string, based on a bunch of user input. Then it encodes the URL and query string. It all works fine. I currently have it set up where it displays the encoded URL in a JTextarea. Now I need to do an HTTP Post and return the response. I have done a bunch of searching for the last two days and haven't found the answer to a few questions.

    1. Can this be done without using Socket?
    2. If I use the correct class(s) will the app do the HTTP Post? or do I have to establish a connection? ( I am clueless on how to do this)
    3. Is there any good documentation, tutorials for an absolute beginner in this area? (besides the API tutorials)

    any help would be appreciated!!

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    Default Re: HTTP Post

    Moved from New to Java

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    Default Re: HTTP Post

    You need to read about the HTTP protocol to understand how it works.
    If you don't want to use Sockets, there is a URLConnection and HttpURLConnection classes that can help.
    Do a Search on the forum for those classes for code samples.

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