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Thread: New Window from a Servlet

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    Default New Window from a Servlet

    Hello All,

    How can I make a servlet open a new browser window (or a pop-up window) at the client end with an html form in it?

    Thanks a lot in advance,
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    Default Re: New Window from a Servlet

    Hey Kevin,

    I am new to these forums.. Can I not post my question on multiple forums?

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    Default Re: New Window from a Servlet

    Hey Kevin,

    Don't you have the time to guide a rookie? You have all the time in the world to go to different sites and cross reference my post.... but you do not have time to guide me or help in my doubt or guiding me about the dos and donts of the site.

    Thanks for d help though !!

    Peace !!

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    Default Re: New Window from a Servlet

    While cross-posting is not against the rules of this site, it is recommended that you respect the rules of other forums who do have such rules, and you post links to other forums where you have posted these questions. There are many reasons why, one example being quite often users spend their time (their unpaid free time) helping answering a post only to find their answer (or their questions to the original poster) redundant to a post at another forum. KevinWorkman has taken hist time to do this for you, and in fact let me know you already have a suggestion elsewhere - use javascript or the target attribute - these are beyond the scope of java and more HTML issues.

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    Default Re: New Window from a Servlet

    Quote Originally Posted by RookieServletPrgmer View Post
    Don't you have the time to guide a rookie? You have all the time in the world to go to different sites and cross reference my post.... but you do not have time to guide me or help in my doubt or guiding me about the dos and donts of the site.
    The problem is, my time would be better spent helping posts that I know haven't found a solution elsewhere. You already received help in at least one other forum, so I'm not going to waste my time, or yours, reposting stuff you've already seen. And since I have no way of knowing where else you posted, that means I'm not going to bother trying to help when I have no way of knowing what help you've already received. That's what makes cross posting a bad idea even if it's not against the "rules" of this forum.

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