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Java class file that when ran redirects to another page specified by a param

Posted on 2007-03-18
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I am looking for a Java Class file, that when ran, it simply redirects to a new page. This new page is set in the html code via a param. Can someone help me in making this, I am not knowledgable in java. I am making this to detect if the user has java installed.
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by:Mayank S
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You've posted this under Scripting. Do you want to do this in a web app? If so, you need to use JSP for doing this and the user need not have Java installed on his system for the same.... unless you are using an Applet
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would just need something like:

public class RedirectApplet extends Applet
{
   public void start()
   {
      getAppletContext().showDocument(newURL("http://www.objects.com.au"));
   }
}
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