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any idea how i can pass variables from a java applet to an asp page.
im using an applet to upload multiple files, i cant get file names of files passed through to the browser, so i can see whats uploaded.

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Perhaps u could try calling the ASP page thru the URL string thing and send the parameters thru the string itself . So a simple example of this would be when u logon into some page thru your username and passwrod , u see your Username in the "Adress" bar , and the check sum of your password . This is the data that the login page transfers to the subsequent page to retrieve your data .

In your case the login page would be the JSP page and the subsequent page would be the ASP page .

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