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Thread: Web server in java

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    Post Web server in java

    a program that opens a server socket on the http port, port 80, and listens for requests from web browsers. You echo the requests, but don’t act on them.It has to be split in two classes.It is not showing any result.just displaying
    output:
    have opened port 80 locally
    what is wrong on my code?



    final int httpd = 80;
     
        ServerSocket ssock = new ServerSocket(httpd);
        System.out.println("have opened port 80 locally" );
    	Socket sock = ssock.accept();
    	sock.close();
        System.out.println("client has made socket connection");
     
        OneConnection client = new OneConnection(sock);
        String s = client.getRequest();
     
      }
    	catch (IOException e) {
    		System.err.println(e);
     
    	}
      }
    }
     
     
     
    OneConnection(Socket sock) throws IOException{
        this.sock = sock;
     
         in = new BufferedReader(new InputStreamReader( sock.getInputStream() ) );
         out = new DataOutputStream(sock.getOutputStream());
     
      }
     
      String getRequest() throws IOException {
       String s=null;
        while ( (s=in.readLine())!= null) {
           System.out.println("got: "+ s);
           in.close();
         out.close();
        }
        return s;
      }
    }


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    Default Re: Web server in java

    What program are you using to connect to your server? What URL are you using?

    The call to close() will close the connection before any communications take place.

    The catch() block should have a call to the printStackTrace() method so you get the full text of any error messages.
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