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Accessing the Web Page that is created dynamically.

 
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Hi Friends,

I need to use the webquery feature in my application. For that we need to map the tables in the web page to its specific HTML page. For this i'm creating new HTML files on the fly based on the data that comes from the Database dynamically. I don't know how to place those dynamically created HTML files in to server (Location) through which the application can access. Help needed please.

NOTE : I'm using IBM Web Sphere / JBoss Server.
 
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Place the html file where ever you like in the application and give reference of the path where you want to call
 
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Hi Ajith,
Thanks for your reply. If it is a statically created html files then we can give the reference as you said. The web query can get only the pages that has the HTTP as the protocol like http://localhost(or)some url/....html . So we need to place the html files in a location(server) through which we can access those using the http protocol.
 
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