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Thread: JSP Email form

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    JSP Email form

    Hi. Does anyone know how to make an email form using JSP and not PHP? Or can someone please point me in the direction of another online resource? I've had a bit of a google, but can't find anything.

    Thanks!

    m

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    http://www.javaworld.com/javaworld/j...ssj-forms.html

    Not quite email, but a nice tutorial none the less.

    http://www.oracle.com/technology/sam.../sendmail.html

    Oracle is always good for this sort of thing.

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    Thanks. I will have a look at those links. The thing is, I am building this site in Websphere/WCM, and the client wants it to be JSP. If i had my way, it would've been PHP and HTML.

    Last edited by leisuresuitlissy; January 9th, 2007 at 10:00 PM.

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    That would have been my first choice aswell to be honest, but employers / non programmers don't always see things the way programmers do.

    They read articles about how "cool" something is, or how it will increase their sea monkey collection [ errr, meh ? ] and decide they must have this new fangled goodness.

    It's not for us to say that another way is simpler, possibly easier and or more efficiant unfortunately.

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