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Introduction JDK1.1 supports JDBC and RMI and will support CORBA in a future release. It becomes a language run not only inside an applet but also on the server side, integrating all kinds of systems such as RDBMS, a bank's mainframe as a CGI script or a lightweight servlet. As of today, CGI script is still the most popular way to link backend to your Web server. However, since Java has no standard API to read the environment variable, such as QUERY_STRING, CONTENT_LENGTH, the current way is to wrap the Java program inside a UNIX shell script and read the environment variables inside a shell, passing them to the Java interpreter on the command line [1]. This article will show you a better and more elegant way. I hope this article will encourage the use of Java on the http server side. To facilitate the development of retrieving http request, I wrote an "HttpRequest"... (more)