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From Alan Hodgkinson <a...@softxs.ch>
Subject Re: Formatting strings in a xsl
Date Fri, 06 Sep 2002 16:37:09 GMT

Dear Johannes Wechsler wrote:

Check the return type the the start method. You declare it void
and then return a String. That looks suspicious.

Alan Hodgkinson.

> Hi,
> I use a webservice to access the Xindice-database. The URL I access is:
> http://localhost:8004/glue/DBServer/xPathQuery?collectionName=johannes2&quer
> yString=//projects
> 
> The method "xPathQuery" returns the (nearly) the following string:
> <projects>
>    <projectName>Test 1</projectName>
>      <description>Erstes Projekt</description>
>      <projectLeader>Die erste Person</projectLeader>
> </projects>
> 
> The code of the xsp which calls the webservice is listed below:
> 
> <xsp:logic>
>    String key;
> 
>    public void start()
>    {
>       BufferedReader in = new BufferedReader( new InputStreamReader (
> webserviceURL.openStream() ) );
>       key = "";
>       while ( ( s = in.readLine() ) != null )
>       { key += s; }
>       in.close();
> 
>       return key;
>    }
> </xsp:logic>
> 
> <projects>
>    <xsp:expr> start() </xsp:expr>
> </projects>

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