After much time and toil, I figured it out on my own. The solution's a bit involved to go into here, so if interested, send me an email and I'll get back to you (hopefully sooner than it took me to find the answer myself).
Sent by Xbase with a side of Java on 03/20/2002 03:51:17 PM:Hi all.
Here's a tuffy.
I have a Foxweb program that, based on user input finds all kinds of address information for the user.
I also have a Java Servlet that, given an State and Zip, creates a picture-map of the state with the location of the zip charted on the picture.
Right now, this functionality is accessed via a simple HTML form:
<FORM NAME="myForm" METHOD="POST" ACTION="./servlet/PlotLoc">
State: <INPUT TYPE="text" NAME="state" >
ZIP: <INPUT TYPE="text" NAME="zipcode">
<INPUT TYPE="submit" VALUE="Submit">
See? Not much to it. What I'm looking to do is somehow call the Java servlet from _within_ a foxweb script. Can this be done?