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From Jim Cheesman <jch...@msl.es>
Subject Re: Can a servlet call another servlet to receive it's XML data in order to sent it to XSLT processor?
Date Wed, 04 Apr 2001 14:58:12 GMT
At 04:13 PM 4/4/2001, you wrote:
(Not really a Tomcat question, but...)



>ie I would like the browser to call a JSP or another Servlet program to 
>receive the paramters from the browser, call the XMLservlet with these 
>parameters, receive the xmldata from the XMLServlet and parse it to the 
>Xalan parsers for processing with the appropriate style sheet and then 
>return the HTML result to the client browser.


In the servlet doPost/Get/service method:
getServletContext().getRequestDispatcher(my_jsp_URL_as_String).forward(request, 
response);

In the JSP, you have various options, but to start with I'd suggest 
checking out the xml tags at jakarta.apache.org, although I must confess I 
didn't manage to get them to work the last time I downloaded them. (That 
could be because of a classpath problem - I'm not entirely sure which 
version of xalan and xerces I have and where...)

A quick search at java.sun.com for xml/jsp will also throw up some stuff.


HTH,
Jim





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