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Re: i can get my servlet when use hyperlink
Your question is a bit ambiguous, but assuming that you are trying to make a hyperlink - do this:-
Select the text or image that you want to hyperlink in the design view, and then fill in the URL that you want to hyperlink to in the properties box, and Link.
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with most adobe programs you can click on the item you want to hyperlink and under the insert button select hyperlink. you will have the option to browse to the picture you want to link. If you are publishing online make sure that the image is in the webfolder that you are publishing as simply linking it to a file on your computer will not show it online
In your hyperlink you have to specify the full path to your document. I your software makes a hyperlink to the document on your hard drive, then obviously it won't work on a website. Example: Your website: www.FooBar.com your document is located in a folder "/documents/" The hyperlink should look like <A HREF="http://www.foobar.com/documents/thedocument.pdf">Click to download document</A> This is the safest way.
Another important thing: in Windows, documents named Document.pdf, document.pdf, DoCuMeNt.Pdf etc. are exactly the same. On the Web however these are completely different files! Make sure, that the name in the hyperlink is exactly the same, as it looks like uploaded to your website (via FTP for example). Look at the FTP directory after upload and note the exact capitalization of the the file name, and adjust the hyperlink. Or check the name in hyperlink and rename the file using FTP, whichever you prefer.
Do you mean "How do I connect to a server and upload files to it?" If so, then the answer is by going to site, and then manage sites.
Edit the site in question with the edit button.
Make sure the advanced tab is selected.
Category selection is Remote Info.
Fill in your ftp server information e.g. ftp.microsoft.com
Fill in your username and password.
Use the test button to see if it has connected properly.
You publish files and folders by right clicking on them and selecting PUT.