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From B...@sjm.com
Subject RE: Dynamic XML/XSLT with Tomcat 4.0
Date Fri, 18 Jan 2002 22:41:02 GMT
		Hi Jim,

		I am also going to use XML/XSLT for my new pages.  However,
I need to display the information according to what the user select.  In
other word, my xpath needs to be dynamic, and therefore my xsl file.  

		Could you give me some clue as to how to approach this?
		Also, I have read that to avoid problem with browser when
using xsl/xml, process the data on the server and push it out.  Is that what
we use the TrAx for?

		Thanks a lot,

		Baoha Bui


				-----Original Message-----
				From:	Jim Urban
[mailto:jim.urban@netsteps.net]
				Sent:	Friday, January 18, 2002 1:40 PM
				To:	Tomcat Users List
				Subject:	RE: Dynamic XML/XSLT with
Tomcat 4.0

				 << File: XsltServlet.java >> << File:
test_HTML.xsl >> << File: ATT83832.txt >> Attached is a simple servlet which
uses XSLT to generate HTML and send it
				back to the browser.  The XSL file needed to
run the servlet is attached to,
				simply put it in the root of the context you
have the servlet in.

				Hope this helps

				Jim


				> Date: Tue, 18 Jan 2000 08:43:58 +0200
				> From: Sergei Batiuk
<Sergei.Batiuk@Damen-Okean.com>
				> Reply-To: Tomcat Users List
<tomcat-user@jakarta.apache.org>
				> To: Tomcat User Group
<tomcat-user@jakarta.apache.org>
				> Subject: Dynamic XML/XSLT with Tomcat 4.0
				>
				> Hello,
				>
				> I would like to use XML/XSLT in my
project. The problem is that my XML
				pages
				> (and possibly XSLT pages) will be dynamic
not static. I think, JSPs should
				> generate the content, but how do I tell
Tomcat to process them with the
				XSLT
				> processor?
				>


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