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JSP Custom Tags through XSL

 
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Does anyone know how to transform an xml file into a JSP page that includes custom tag. the properties of the custom tag are defined in the xml file.
Basically the xml file could look like
...
<report name="foo" link="foo.html" />
and the custom tag to be used would be something like:
<util:reportTag name="foo" link="foo.html"
someotherproperty="somevalue />

Thanks.
 
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If you know the input XML format then isin't it like writing a simple Stylesheet to convert it and write it to a file with ".jsp" extension. Note that you could write a JSP in a XML format which is nothing but a JSP Document in the JSP.1.2 Specification.
Or did I mis-understand your problem?
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Ok. The solution of course was trivial. All I needed was the attribute tag.
Here is another question:
What is the syntaxt to put a taglib library declaration such as
<%@ taglib
uri="/misc/util.jar"
prefix="util"
%>
 
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General from looks like...
<jsp:root xmlns:jsp="http://java.sun.com/JSP/Page"
[xmlns:taglibPrefix="URI"]+ ...
version="1.2">
other elements
</jsp:root>

<%@ taglib uri="/misc/util.jar" prefix="util" %>
In XML syntex of JSP, declaring tab library

<jsp:root xmlns:jsp="http://java.sun.com/JSP/Page"
xmlns:util="urn:jsptld:/misc/util.jar"
version="1.2">
</jsp:root>

For more detail info, plse visit SyntexRef
Hope this helps!!
 
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