I am adding �email this page functionality� to an existing jsp/servlets based website. I can send html content without issue as long as it is written into the servlet sending the email. Is there a simple method for including the rendered html output from a jsp as the body of the html email? Or am I forced to reproduce the jsp pages as html for email? Any help would be appreciated as this seems like a problem that someone must have solved.
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Thanks, Jeanne Forum Bartender [ November 04, 2004: Message edited by: Jeanne Boyarsky ]
You can start an HTTP request to the JSP from your servlet and capture the output stream of the JSP into your email. You will have to figure out a way to strip the HTTP headers yourself, but that's easy. Hint: what does every HTML document start with?