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Regarding XML servlet

surya.raaj prakash
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Hi Friends,

Can you please,Is there any difference between XML Servlet and Servlet?
Kumar Raja
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I have not come across XMLServlet anytime before. Could you please provide a link where you found about this type of Servlet ?


surya.raaj prakash
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Thanks For your Reply.

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Matthew Brown

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I would guess that, unless it's got a specific meaning in your particular context, it just means a servlet that is serving XML rather than HTML.

If so the servlet is just the same as any other, but it will be setting the content type as text/xml.
Ben Souther

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surya.raaj prakash wrote:Hi,
Thanks For your Reply.

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Why would anyone else take the time to try to help you if you won't take a second to answer the question from the first person who tried?
Where did you hear about XMLServlet?
If possible provide a link, otherwise explain where you heard about it fully and let us know that you don't have a link to the resource.

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