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Let's say I want to drive a CGI program on a server somewhere from my Java application.

I'd have <form action = "someurlprogram" method = "post">
and then maybe I'd have some input, like
<INPUT NAME="subject" TYPE="TEXT">, and maybe
<TEXTAREA NAME="message" ROWS="8" COLS="40" WRAP="PHYSICAL"></TEXTAREA>.

The idea now is to drive the web server from Java as if it was a browser.

Easy? Hard? Examples?
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This question seems to be one similiar answered before. Check this link for info. And see if this helps.

http://itworld.experts-exchange.com/jsp/qShow.jsp?ta=java&qid=20069611

Incase you are having more problems, will be glad to help u.

good luck
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