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JSP for transforming XML using XSL

 
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I am using XSL to transform XML to HTML.

TO specify the name of the XSL, I write the following code in my XML

Now suppose I want to apply a different XSL to the same XML, I have to make changes to this XML file.

Is there a way that I use a JSP page and in that page I load the XML and the coresponding XSL file and the output is displayed in the JSP page?

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You can do the transformation on the server instead. (Your setup asks the browser to do the transformation.) Here's an article on how to use the JSTL XML tags to do that:

http://www.informit.com/articles/article.asp?p=30933&rl=1
 
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