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hello
how i can get in servlet html code, which was generated in another servlet ?
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If you just want to include it in a page the servlet is generating, look at Request.getRequestDispatcher(String).include()
To capture the code, either wrap the Request in a proxy that writes to your own Writer or OutputStream, or look at servlet filtering.
If you're trying to screen scrape, there are lots of packages out there to do it (check out Struts), or you can open a java.net.URL and do it the hard way.
Google is the Oracle. Ask and ye shall receive.
Chris
[ October 28, 2002: Message edited by: Christopher Dixon ]
 
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