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From Oleg Dulin <>
Subject Re: HTML generator for form post?
Date Thu, 16 Oct 2003 12:39:05 GMT
You should consider using WebServiceProxyGenerator which does precisely 
what you are describing. See .

Basically it proxies the http request to a remote site and then pass the 
result down the pipeline.

I-Lin Kuo wrote:

> I need to submit a form to another site and process the results.
> he HTML generator doesn't seem to allow this. Searching around, it seems 
> StreamGenerator *might* be the way to go, but documentation is sparse. 
>  From my reading, the StreamGenerator requires XML as input, whereas the 
> in my case the result of a form submission will be html. I'd really want 
> to run it through jtidy first...
> Can anyone who has done this before offer some suggestions? Thanks!
> I-Lin Kuo, Ann Arbor, MI
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