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  1. #1
    Joe Guest

    accepting http post without container


    I need to put together a class that accepts http posts with out a servlet/jsp
    container, I originally thought I could do it with just a Server socket listening
    and a socket accepting the connection. I just need it to act like a servlet
    without the container. Any Ideas? Thanks in advance, Joe

  2. #2
    Paul Clapham Guest

    Re: accepting http post without container

    Yes, it is possible to listen at port 80 and interpret the incoming HTTP
    request. I wouldn't do it myself, since web servers already exist for that
    purpose, but apparently it isn't terribly difficult to do. You just have to
    know the HTTP specs and implement them.

    PC2

    "Joe" <jfrey@pvcomm.com> wrote in message news:3d122e2d$1@10.1.10.29...
    >
    > I need to put together a class that accepts http posts with out a

    servlet/jsp
    > container, I originally thought I could do it with just a Server socket

    listening
    > and a socket accepting the connection. I just need it to act like a

    servlet
    > without the container. Any Ideas? Thanks in advance, Joe




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