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    Default Java on the Web

    I have a Java program that gets an input string and outputs a different string. I want to have a page on my site that is just an html form for inputting a string and then the results get posted in html, so there will be no java on the page. Can this be done?

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    Default Re: Java on the Web

    Japa applet is what you'r looking for.

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    Default Re: Java on the Web

    No, I don't think that an applet is what he wants, and besides, hardly anyone uses these nowadays. Perhaps you're looking for a JavaScript solution. I'm not sure, since I don't do "web" programming.

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    Default Re: Java on the Web

    yep, sounds to me as well that you might want to check out using php or javascript for this task...considering you don't want to use java :)

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    Default Re: Java on the Web

    It sounds to me like you are describing a servlet. Java enterprise apps allow you to have a web front end mapped to a server side java back end. Look up a servlet tutorial and you'll see what I mean!

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