Using ASP to call Java Servlet

Does someone know how to call Java Servlet within the ASP page?

Please help. Thank you
jvhewAsked:
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nikhilhCommented:
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jvhewAuthor Commented:
The proposed article is related to Java applet. But what I want is Java servlet.
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mgfranzCommented:
LiveSite!  This is aimed at the Cold Fusion or ASP developer. LiveSite is a servlet that supports close to 100 "macros" that users call in their HTML. These macros do useful things like handle file I/O, string processing, and database access. What makes LiveSite unique is that servlets can also be mapped as new macros. The administrator can assign any macro name to any servlet. A macro invokes the servlet inside an HTML document; it can pass parameters to the servlet and format the result on the page.  
Also look into Jrun, JRun is a set of Java classes that implement all of the functionality needed for an application to run Java servlets. Jrun wrote native bridge-code that connects JRun to a particular native Web server allowing that server to run servlets. JRun currently works with Microsoft's IIS 3.0 and 4.0, Microsoft's Personal Web Server for Windows 95.

Oh yeah, Jrun has been bought by Allaire

http://www.allaire.com/products/jrun/
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jvhewAuthor Commented:
Currently I already had several servlets and what I want is how to call the servlet within the ASP pages?
I think what mqfranz mention is not what I want.
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mgfranzCommented:
Are you sure you know what it is you are asking for?  When you say you have "several servlets", are you refering to Server side applets?  If so, then you want to run these applets from the Server side right?  And you want to call then from an ASP script.  Is this right?

Mark
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jvhewAuthor Commented:
Yes, you got it. Does servlet meant server applet?
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mgfranzCommented:
In that case, Jrun is the only way I know of.  In order to run Applets server side, you need to have an external application process the applet.  Like Jrun.  Check it out.
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