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   HELP Me : Throwing XML page through Servlet

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  • From: om@lgsi.co.in (Om Band)
  • To: XML Developers <xml-dev@ic.ac.uk>, XML:General discussion <XML-L@listserv.heanet.ie>, Jerry <jerryk@quidnunc.com>
  • Date: Tue, 30 Mar 1999 13:08:30 +0530

    Kan U Help Mi Please ?

    I am developing a search engine which will have a XML
    search form linked with a Servlet. The Servlet should take input
    from the textfield of the XML form, scan the database for matches &
    generate an XML page with the results found.(Dynamically) !

    Ideally it should not make a file of that XML but should throw
    it directly to the client m/c. In this case I am not able to link it
    with the already created XSL stylesheet which will already be
    on the server (Static).

    Even with making a separate XML file I am not able to display
    the XML page through Servlet, though directly it could be displayed
    with the same address typed in Address field of the browser !!

    The code I am using for Servlet is............
    (This makes a separate file)

        doPost(HttpServletRequest, HttpServletResponse response)
            String file = "c:\\xml\\file.xml";

            fw = new FileWriter(file);
            pw = new PrintWriter(fw);

            pw.println("<?xml version=.....--------");        // Making an
            pw.println("-------------------------");           // XML file.


    This code gives an error : xsl not found.
    (Which is there in the same dir)
    Alse How can I do this without making a separate .xml file ?

    THANKS !!



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