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From "Jim Reynolds" <jim.jreyn...@gmail.com>
Subject Tomcat 5.5 Xml + Xslt Question
Date Wed, 14 Feb 2007 21:25:04 GMT
Hello,
I am struggling with content types within a JSP page. I have an XML,
XSLT and CSS file that combined are suposed to create a tree. (I am
trying to get treeview to work).

I created a webapp for playing in, and have the following code in a
jsp page called "showTree.jsp".

But when I hit the page, it shows nothing and has text/html as the
content-type, Then I tried text/xml with the same results.

I have never used xml and xslt in a browser and was hoping someone may
give me some advise?

Thanks,



[jsp]
<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?>
<?xml-stylesheet type="text/css" href="treeview/treeview.css" ?>
<?xml-stylesheet type="text/xsl" href="treeview/treeview.xslt" ?>

<treeview title="Windows XP Explorer Treview">
	<folder title="My documents" img="MyDocuments.gif">
		<folder title="House" img="folder.gif">
			<leaf title="What\'s going on?" code="1" img="ie_link.gif"/>
			<leaf title="What\'s up?" code="1" img="question.gif"/>
			<leaf title="Why you should hire me?" code="1" img="question.gif"/>
		</folder>
		<folder title="My images" img="MyImages.gif">
			<leaf title="funny" code="1" img="red_ball.gif"/>
			<leaf title="ounga ounga" code="1" img="red_ball.gif"/>
		</folder>
	</folder>
	<folder title="My computer" img="computer.gif">
		<folder title="Floppy (A:)" code="1" img="floppy.gif"/>
		<folder title="Hard drive (C:)" code="1" img="harddrive.gif">
			<leaf title="Linux" code="1" img="folder.gif"/>
			<leaf title="Open source" code="1" img="folder.gif"/>
			<leaf title="Freedom" code="1" img="folder.gif"/>
		</folder>
		<leaf title="Configuration Pannel" code="1" img="config.gif"/>
		<leaf title="Shared documents" code="1" img="folder.gif"/>
	</folder>
	<folder title="Network" img="network.gif"/>
	<folder title="Trash" img="trash.gif"/>
</treeview>

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