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Thread: How to get the url from the browser as object in my server class?

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    Default How to get the url from the browser as object in my server class?

    hi boss,
    i am writing one server class. in that serversocket created at the port 9000.
    now i want to get url in the browser as a java object.
    boss i used getInputStream() method to get url but i get as a string object.
    from that i have to get contextpath, path info ...etc
    here, i want one URL class object if tried to get that by String as parameter of constructor, it gives MalformedException.

    i sent url in browser as http://localhost:9000/app/servlet , is it ok? boss.

    is it ok for URL class object or any other class object we have to create ?

    and i want to send response to the browser. so i want its address for that i used outputStream() but the output didn't going to browser.
    how can i send the response to the browser?

    plzzz tell me by which class i have to get the browser url information?

    plz help me thank u boss,


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    Default Re: How to get the url from the browser as object in my server class?

    Are you using a normal HttpServlet here?

    In that case I guess you have an incoming HttpServletRequest object. You can use the request object to get the requestURL and URI.

    See HttpServletRequest (Servlet API Documentation))

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    Default Re: How to get the url from the browser as object in my server class?

    hi json ,
    i am not using any HttpServlet or any?
    at my socket which is running at a port no 9000,
    i want to take URL class Object? how is it possible?

    //chinni

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