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From Paul Libbrecht <>
Subject Re: [JELLY] XML Return Value
Date Fri, 18 Jul 2003 21:20:34 GMT
Sean Ferguson wrote:
> Hi,
> I have a taglib that makes an http request to a server which responds 
> with some XML.  How would I return that XML to the caller of the tag?  I 
> tried doing this:
> <x:parse var="doc">
>    <mytaglib:getXml id="test"/>
> </x:parse>
> and my taglib does this:
> <http:post var="request" ... /http:post>
> ${request.responseBodyAsStream}
> But that doesn't work.  Is that what it the tag is supposed to return?  
> If I do responseBodyAsString, it returns the string, but all the < and > 
> tags are escaped out.
> Please help,


That's perfectly in line... <x:parse> does not parse it's body's output...
How about using the text attribute of the x:parse ? That's exactly the 

I have to say that it would be more efficient (and more philosophy 
compliant to actually have a flag saying "consider body as text to be 
parsed" and actually be fed not by a string but chunks of texts obtained 
as a stream from your result...


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