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Chapter 10 Examples from Java Servlet Programming


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Example 10.1 to 10.14: Daytime Server
These applets, servlets, and HTML pages demonstrate applet-servlet communication using HTTP, sockets, and RMI. The applet contacts the servlet using each of these protocols to determine the current time. You may experience various problems with some of the techniques if you're using anything but the latest browser with a direct Internet connection. HTTP is most likely to succeed. The RMI verison is disabled because of classpath issues.

Example 10.15 to 10-21: Chat Server
These applets, servlets, and HTML pages demonstrate applet-servlet communication with a simple chat server example. You may experience various problems with some of the techniques if you're using anything but the latest browser with a direct Internet connection. HTTP is most likely to succeed. RMI is disabled because of classpath issues.

 


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