Ok, sorry in advance for the weird question Tom, I trust that you'll move this to the JSP forum if you consider it more appropriate. So, here we go: Is it possible with some existing tools to generate an XML document to be interpreted as the JSP source by the web container? It can be done the other way (JSP generating XML, which is handled by some filter) but could there (realistically) be a need for this kind of functionality?
JSP 2.0 has a number of XML support improvements so that a JSP document can be an XML document. The extension becomes .jspx . Check out the JSP 2.0 spec, I believe it is section 6 that explains all of this. Sue
Originally posted by Sue Spielman: JSP 2.0 has a number of XML support improvements so that a JSP document can be an XML document. The extension becomes .jspx . Check out the JSP 2.0 spec, I believe it is section 6 that explains all of this. Sue
jsp <---> asp jspx <---> aspx hmmmmmm, see a pattern here?
Who's the pattern originator here (is it MS or SUN)... Cheers, Anil
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Sue, what I meant was whether it's possible to generate the JSP code (the XML document) dynamically instead of a static source file, not whether it's possible to write a JSP completely in XML (I knew that one already). Thanks anyway for bothering to respond to this strange stuff [ May 30, 2003: Message edited by: Lasse Koskela ]
I’ve looked at a lot of different solutions, and in my humble opinion Aspose is the way to go. Here’s the link: http://aspose.com
subject: Generating JSPs dynamically using XSL transformations