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Sending files from Servlet/JSP page to ASP Page

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Hi everyone,
I want to transfer a file from servlet page or JSP to an ASP page.
Since the two pages are in different server (WAS and IIS), I
cannot just send file path to the ASP page and let it retrieves
the file itself. If i path file paths's to servlet/JSP it should send
those files to ASP page on different server(IIS) for processing.I don't

want to use file input type ="File" for selecting the file to upload,i
want it to happen in background.
I want the ASP page can get the file and then process it. Do you
guys know how to do it? If any of you know, please reply. I
really appreciate it.

Srini

Oct 29 '06 #1
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"Srini" <ra**********@gmail.comwrote in message
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Hi everyone,
I want to transfer a file from servlet page or JSP to an ASP page.
Since the two pages are in different server (WAS and IIS), I
cannot just send file path to the ASP page and let it retrieves
the file itself. If i path file paths's to servlet/JSP it should send
those files to ASP page on different server(IIS) for processing.I don't

want to use file input type ="File" for selecting the file to upload,i
want it to happen in background.
I want the ASP page can get the file and then process it. Do you
guys know how to do it? If any of you know, please reply. I
really appreciate it.
Look at the problem from the opposite angle. Rather than thinking about
sending a file from a jsp page, get the asp page to retrieve the file:

http://classicasp.aspfaq.com/general...-web-page.html

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Mike Brind
Oct 29 '06 #2

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