> > Let's say I write an applet, and many people use it.
> > My applet will re-direct people to my homepage
> > when they click on the applet. However, I notice that
> > neither Netscape nor IE provides HTTP_REFERER
> > to the web server! So, there is no way to tell where
> > my applet has gone!? Many people can be using it but
> > I can't tell which sites are using it? (except perhaps
> > to use a search engine).
> Excuse my lack of java applet knowledge !
> If the applet can tell where it is running from (i.e. HTTP_HOST),
> then could it redirect people to a cgi on your home site, passing
> the value of HTTP_HOST in the query ? The home-site cgi then either
> pushes out the home page content, or does another redirect to the
> real home page having 1st logged where it came from.
> Just a thought!
Exactly! I see, it is not to connect to the
remote host but to redirect to a remote host
with a GET data of ?ip=18.104.22.1680&name=log21.aol.com
is this the way? Although the hostname... does it
call the Dynamic name server of the person that is running