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Hi,

Im wondering can i use an url to link to a servlet instead of the usual form +"post" method...ie can i have something like

URL = "http://dfdfdf/___/Servlet/testservlet"



Thanks in advance,
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if i understand you correctly then yes.
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Thanks Objects,

just to clarify ,

in a section in my site, i want to be able to call one of three options depending on what the user chooses, so instead of using a FORM and "POST", i just want to have 3 links (1 for each servlet),once the the user clicks the link the servlet code is invoked...so i can do it this way
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