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From Mala Ramakrishnan <m...@speedtrak.com>
Subject Re:
Date Mon, 23 Oct 2000 18:09:00 GMT
Hi,

Yes, I discovered that XSP is the solution. I have an XML page that
makes an XSP call to my database servlet that returns XML. I have an XSP
sheet that formats the returned XML. Both the XML and XSP are currently
in my webapps directory in my Jakarta installation directory.

The Cocoon.doc that one of the people from the mailing list sent me was
very useful. I'm attaching it to this mail. I'm ccing this to the
mailing list so that people can correct me if there is a better way of
doing this.

Good luck!

Mala
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Subramonian A wrote:
> 
> Hi,
>   HAve u got the solution , if so pls let me know also . am also trying this
> one.
> Thanks ,
>   subramonian.
> 
> Hi,
> 
> I am a newbie to XML/XSL + servlets and am trying to use both. I have
> this servlet that gets a whole bunch of information in XML as a result
> of querying a database. I am building a frontend for this info and
> thought the best thing to do would be to write XSL pages for each of
> these XML pages. I am not too sure about how to do this. Seems like
> everytime I should make my servlet write the XML page to disk where the
> XSL is saved. Seems like a very inefficient solution, especially when a
> servlet can write HTML to the client browser. Is anybody aware of how I
> can do this?
> 
> Thanks,
> 
> Mala

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