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parsing url content into string

 
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Hi,

I am trying to do the same thing what I am doing with jsp import tag


within some class what I can invoke frome servlet: something like this

But something is wrong?
 
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Hi,
c ut also formats the result for html output (by default)
[ May 30, 2007: Message edited by: Mirko Bonasorte ]
 
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Ok, but, is there some way to take web page content source code, and put it into String in pure java, i.e. not using jstl import?
 
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It would be a nice idea to watch inside the jakarta jstl implementation, class ImportSupport.
It uses URLConnection got from URL class.
 
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I can not find the solution.
Is there any other option, maybe some simple function where you enter url and she gives you out html source like String?

String abc = function(url); ???
 
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You might also want to check out the HttpClient project. it makes such things very very easy.
 
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Bear, plese help me a little bit;

I have downloaded zip file commons-httpclient-3.1-rc1, extracted them, and input commons-httpclient-3.1-rc1.jar into project.

my code is:



and I am getting error



Am I closer?
 
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HttpClient apparently requires the Commons Logging jar to be in the classpath.
 
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