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JSP on the fly from XML

sarath s g

Joined: May 24, 2005
Posts: 1
I am trying to create a dynamic JSP file from and XML file. The XML
file defines the field type(textbox,checkbox,radiobutton,combo etc) and
also the field names... there is a Document Type Defenition(DTD ) file
for XML and a style sheet for XML... i have to create a parser(SAXParser or DOM) which does the parsing from XML and stylesheet to create the JSP file as
specified by the XML can anyone know how to begin this whole thing ?

Thanks in advance

Bear Bibeault
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