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On 6/21/06, Anil Philip <email@example.com> wrote:
> I have an interesting design problem and wondered if the gurus would have
> insight into it.
I am noob
> I need to have an html file that contains an <A> tag. Clicking it will cause
> Java program to run as the href is a JNLP (Java Web start) file. I want the
> Java program to pick up my XML file and parse it.
> 1) Is there any way to combine all the above elements intelligently? (except
> perhaps the JNLP file).
Can you pass parameters with a JNLP somehow?
> 2) How to prevent the SAX parser from choking on the HTML file that contains
> the XML file?
Parse the file manually, pick the stuff you want, and pass this to SAX.
> 3) Where should the XML file reside in the HTML file?
In the <head></head>, because theres also other META data already here. I think.
> The reasoning behind it is: it is easier for a user to email and interact
> with an HTML file rather than an XML file. For example, clicking on a
> hyperlink is easy.
you sould store whatever on the server, and sent do users links with
its that posible???
then the java web start applet can query the data of item 3222 as XML
humm... I have no idea.