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How to do a POST Method from a java application instead of a html page?

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Question: How to do a POST Method from a java application instead of a html page?

Answer: Use com.oreilly.servlet.HttpMessage from O'Reilly, Java Servlet Programming book:
This class simplifies HTTP applet-server communication. It abstracts the communication into messages, which can be either GET or POST.

It can be used like this:

URL url = new URL(getCodeBase(), "/servlet/ServletName");

HttpMessage msg = new HttpMessage(url);

// Parameters may optionally be set using java.util.Properties
Properties props = new Properties();
props.put("name", "value");

// Headers, cookies, and authorization may be set as well
msg.setHeader("Accept", "image/png"); // optional
msg.setCookie("JSESSIONID", "9585155923883872"); // optional
msg.setAuthorization("guest", "try2gueSS"); // optional

InputStream in = msg.sendGetMessage(props);

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