Writing a Java application to send/receive HTTP Requests
I would like to write a program that can send and receive HTTP
requests. Basically the first page received from the server will
contain a form and I want the user to be able to enter form data via my
app and then send the request off to the server.
I know about developing java applications, but have had very little
experience with dealing with HTTP requests in Java. Can anyone point me
to a good tutorial, example or resource that could give me the basics?
Here's Sun's tutorial on working with URLs:
http://java.sun.com/docs/books/tutorial/networking/urls/index....Nantucket Tools 1 (request)
Some years ago I've got a harddisk crash and now I have to change a
little piece of software in an very very old application (but still
working). Compiling is ok but now whe noticed that we are missing one
of our libraries: Nantucket Tools 1 (last time succesfull used in
1991). Yes very old stuff, I know! (Clipper Summer '87). Because of
the missing lib we are not able to link this application to an
executable - and we are not in the mood to bringing this to Clipper 5
of Visual Objects because of the several 3th party libs used (getit,
netlib, silverware comm, barcode, funke...I know I only post when I want an opinion...
But I have found /Aura/ for �15 and, as I am trying to fill the void before
the release of /The Sims 2/, is it worth it? JA gave it a B+, but I know
their reviewers can be overly critical.
I have the demo from a magazine cover DVD and, whilst it's very pretty to
look at, the sound (especially the music) could do with being a little
beefier, but the puzzles are what concerns me - they appear to be on a par
with /Obisidian/ in terms of difficulty and I really couldn't get on with
that at all.
For example, there is a puzzle in the second room in the 'laboratory' ...Opinion needed
Someone posted the following. I am thinking of buying a notebook and
this seems interesting but slightly beyond what I can pay now. How much
will you pay for it?
Dell Latitude D600, 1.30GHz, Pentium M, 14.1 XGA
128MB 1 Dimm DDR 2100 RAM, 30G HD, Windows XP Home, 24X CDRW,
56K Modem, NIC, Wireless Network (Intel PRO/Wireless 2100 WLAN),
Battery Life: 4 hours
Dimision: 12.4x10.1x1.2 inch , Weight: 4.6lb (thin and light)
Three Year Warranty (End Sep-2004)
It's brand new and in sealed box yet. However I got another la...Site Critique request
HI, I'd appreciate if anyone who has a spare minute or two could
have a look at http://www.scottish-logcabin.co.uk and let me have
any comments about the layout.
Simon Hanmer <bf6460$bhcjj$1@ID-74001.news.uni-berlin.de> wrote in
> HI, I'd appreciate if anyone who has a spare minute or two could
> have a look at http://www.scottish-logcabin.co.uk and let me have
> any comments about the layout.
Div layout instead of tables, which is good.
Good use of the h* elements to denote headers.
...iOS7 "muddled" design? One critic's opinion.
"Political correctness is a doctrine, fostered by a delusional,
illogical minority, and rapidly promoted by mainstream media,
which holds forth the proposition that it is entirely possible
to pick up a piece of shit by the clean end."
On 2013-09-20 15:53:45 +0000, Alan Browne said:
&...Cola tactic #142
A favorite COLA tactic is to simply move the goal posts and change the
subject when proven to be wrong. A recent example of this are the
various Novell SuSE layoff threads.
Idiot trolls like Linocrap and Billy 'the idiot' Poaster first
claimed that Novell was NOT going to layoff any SuSE employees. For
example, in the "Other companies in Microsoft's crosshairs"
thread the troll known as Poaster wrote - "So just WTF *was* the
troll implying, if it wasn't that Novell were laying off *linux* staff?
And now that Novell and several other sources have confir...Opinions on Sony Clie UX50
I know Sony is going out of the PDA business,
but I like very much the unique feature set
of Clie UX50 (Keyboard, WiFi, Bluetooth) so
I am considering changing from my SJ30 (where
I have to use an external keyboard) to the UX50
(prices dropped a bit since Sony's announcement).
....Any opinion of any UX50 owner on features,
battery life, hardware aging (screen, keyboard)??
In article <Xns95312800BC32FIDToken@184.108.40.206>,
name <email@example.com> wrote:
> Hello there,
> I know Sony is going out of the PDA business,
> but...Help Resources -- Forum/Fast Help/Tips N' Tricks/Tutorials/Blogs
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> Hello, I have a fairly new site that may be of use to you:
Not again! Fixed that "C++" code yet?
"Usenet is a strange place" ...About Steve Yegge's 'Opinions considered harmful' post
Excuse me, but where in this post does anything about Ruby arise?
Maybe you misjudged the 'opinion' topic. Or maybe we're not on the
same page. I thought it to mean opinions about Ruby, the way it
works, even the community, and things directly related to it.
Your last two posts, though I disagreed with them, were well within
this definition. You were even syndicated in a few places with people
singing your praises. Deleting them seemed a bit rash to me, but I
didn't mind seeing them go seeing as they were a bit accusatory
towards the Python community, as you had mentioned...Re: "sh" command posted without formattin errors.
On Mon, 09 Feb 2004 22:59:05 +0100, Peter Köhlmann wrote:
> andy wrote:
>> On Mon, 09 Feb 2004 21:00:13 +0000, The Ghost In The Machine wrote:
>>> Your entire program is futzed from the get-go because chdir()
>>> can only change the current program's directory. While
>>> you've tried to work around this by using execl(), it's clear that
>>> after some usages of your program one will get a tree of shells
>>> that looks like this:
>>> ++sh...OT: Keyboard opinions?
Well my old keyboard from 2003 is starting to fail on me with sticky and
sometimes unresponsive keys, so I guess I'm in the market for something new.
But before I open my wallet (watch out for moths when I do!), I was curious
what the general opinion here was of the Saitek Eclipse II and the Logitech
G15? In terms of price, I can get the G15 for $10 more than the Eclipse II,
but just wanted to know from owners of both what your day-to-day experience
has been like. Thanks. Personally I am leaning towards the Eclipse II.
I had considered a Microsoft keyboard, but I heard something ...good sites to post completed shell scripts?
hi, is there any good sites that have alot of traffic out there to post
pup a shell!!!
its a pretty good address book shell
1, add records
5. view selected rows
all with a nice gui that works on the most basic linux enrionment.
> hi, is there any good sites that have alot of traffic out there to post
> pup a shell!!!
> its a pretty good address book shell
> 1, add records
> 2. edit
> 3. delete
> 4. view
> 5. view selected rows
> all with a nice gui that works on the most basic lin...GNU Fortran 95: Opinions?
gfortran (http://gcc.gnu.org/fortran) is the Fortran 95 compiler that will
replace g77 in the forthcoming 4.0.0 version of the GNU Compiler
Collection, GCC (http://gcc.gnu.org).
Since gfortran is still in development, I know many people have not
had a chance to use it. Snapshots are available from the GCC web site.
While an official release is still several months away, I'm interested in
knowing what Fortraners want from gfortran.
Note that I have *no* official capacity in terms of gfortran, though I
submit patches and do testing. For what it's worth, I'm a Fortran 95
progr...Re: OT: Presidential views website- Compare your opinions #2
whoop!!! why doesn't that surprise me.... ol' GW came in at 19%. What
did surprise me a bit was that Kucinich came in at 100%.... Think I need
to follow him a bit more closely (not that his views, or evidently mine
either, have a snowball's chance in hell of getting anywhere).
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TELECOM Digest Editor wrote in response:
> [TELECOM Digest Editor's Note: Does anyone remember when we used to
> have _two_ mail deliveries each day as a routine thing, and when
> postage cost only a few pennies at that? PAT]
Pat, I wouldn't complain too much about the US Postal Service. Take a
look at what the mail service is like in your neighbor to the north.
Canada Post doesn't deliver on Saturdays. If you buy a home in a new
subdivision, you will NEVER get mail delivery to your door. If you
build a house on a vacant lot, in between 2 houses that ha...why does my client(s) request freeze
Hi all Tao users
TAO VERSION: 1.2
ACE VERSION: 5.2
HOST MACHINE and OPERATING SYSTEM:
Pentium IIII 1.8
Win XP professional sp2
COMPILER NAME AND VERSION
VC++ 6 sp5 (server)
CBuilder 4 sp2 (client)
DOES THE PROBLEM AFFECT:
[Please indicate whether ACE/TAO, your application, or both are =
Client frozen when a request by client is suspended by semaphore on server.
Subsequent requests are not answered.
My client is multi threaded I have one thread(main to requests that are
answered ...in your opinion
Wondering, as a broad comment, do you guys thing c is the best
programming language I'm trying to have a vote so I can find out, so
if I want to learn it and move towards using it a lot more I will have
more consensus / census type info...
On Thu, 05 Aug 2010 16:57:46 -0700, Robin wrote:
> Wondering, as a broad comment, do you guys thing c is the best
> programming language
The best for what?
On Thu, 5 Aug 2010 16:57:46 -0700 (PDT), Robin <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
>Wondering, as a broad comment, do you guys thing c is the best
>progra...CGI C++ POST
I would like to code some easy cgi stuff using c++ POST-method (I know ...)
How is it done?
How is the html-tag like?
How do I have to compile?
My HTML try:
<!DOCTYPE HTML PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD HTML 4.01 Strict//EN"
<form method="post" action="open("google.de") ">
<pre> name: <input name="name" value="nix"></pre></form>
</htm...Webserver request invalid query
Recently I found very weird queries while reviewing error queries.
After successful SP(stored procedure), error query follow like this...
select * from SP
selet * from exec SP
SP name is same.
I can't resolve this problem.
Do you have any good methods?
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"Gordon Pettey" <email@example.com> wrote in message
> The people in this group who post messages simply to say something bad
> Commodores, why don...Great programming blog #2
I found a great discussion forum for programming. It's a place to discuss
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...Blog "about python 3"
http://alexgaynor.net/2013/dec/30/about-python-3/ may be of interest to
some of you.
My fellow Pythonistas, ask not what our language can do for you, ask
what you can do for our language.
On Mon, 30 Dec 2013 19:41:44 +0000, Mark Lawrence wrote:
> http://alexgaynor.net/2013/dec/30/about-python-3/ may be of interest to
> some of you.
I don't know whether to thank you for the link, or shout at you for
sending eyeballs to look at such a pile of steaming bullshit.
I'd like to know where Alex gets the idea that the transition of Python 2
t...REQUEST: REALbasic Professional 5.5 Serial...............................................................TIA
In article <Xns94C5E6C7EF595CaryGrantParamountco@220.127.116.11>,
Cary Grant <Cary_Grant@Paramount.com> wrote:
Surely a big, rich, dead movie star like Cary Grant can afford to buy
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If $99 is going to break your ass you need to be doing something other
Doing your homework would be a good start.
In article <Xns94C5E6C7EF595CaryGrantParamountco@18.104.22.168>, Cary
Grant <Cary_Grant@Paramount.com> wrote: