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From Jeff Turner <j...@socialchange.net.au>
Subject Re: xsl by extension
Date Thu, 06 Sep 2001 23:06:14 GMT
Ummm... perhaps invoke Jasper from your servlet?

Class clazz = Class.forName("org.apache.jasper.servlet.JspServlet");
HttpServlet jsp = (HttpServlet) clazz.newInstance();
jsp.init(context);
jsp.service(request, response);

That code is from Cocoon 2's JspGenerator, which uses Jasper to create
XML with JSP, which is then transformed and rendered in the Cocoon
pipeline.

--Jeff


On Thu, Sep 06, 2001 at 09:15:29PM +0000, javi . wrote:
> hello everybody!!
> 
> i'm new here, and so excuse me if this thread has been
> started (and closed) before. and xcuse me for my spelling ;)
> my native language is java.
> 
> i'm trying to add to tomcat a nice feature of resin:
> automatically apply a xsl transformation over all files
> with .xtp extension (xml templates).
> 
> i've already done it, simply associating that extension
> to my servlet. the servlet read the xsl path
> from the .xtp itself.
> 
> the problem is that i want to allow the jsp code in the
> xtp file to be executed, so i must retrieve it via http and not from
> the os file system... but when i do it, of course, my
> xtp servlet catch de call and began a recursive loop!
> 
> is there any way to avoid that? i've look at the code
> by about ten hours and i don't see how to manage this
> problem...
> 
> thank you very much in advance.
> 
> Javi Moreno (jv)
> 
> 
> 
> ps: i promise to post the servlet ;)
> 
> pps: yes, i will try {to take another English course...}

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