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Webpage source code
Joined: Feb 09, 2006
Apr 07, 2006 13:01:00
Is there any way to get a webpages source code using
? For example I want my jsp page to get the source code of lets say
and write it to a file, how can I do this? thanks.
Joined: Sep 23, 2004
Apr 07, 2006 13:25:00
Your best bet would be to look at
Apache Commons HttpClient
library. This makes it very simple to get a URL. It also handles things like cookies and authentication.
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Joined: Mar 22, 2005
Apr 07, 2006 13:40:00
And of you want to process the page you got, have a look into HttpUnit (on SourceForge), which will give you a DOM view of the page. That way you can use the DOM API or XPath to get at the contents of the page.
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