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server-side process for XLST?

John Davis
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In an architecture in which the browser-based client is standard HTML/HTTP (can't count on IE5 or any browser based XML processing) and the server-side is Servlet/JSP/EJB, which process or container should be assigned the task of converting an EJB or Servlet generated XML reply to HTML for response back to the client?
David Freels
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Have a look at as this was designed for just such an emergency.
Pho Tek
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The Servlet/JSP tier is somewhat tied to User interface processing. So any XML returned from the EJB Container should be processed by the Controller Servlet and transformed via a Bean and subsequently a view generated via JSP.
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