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Is there a easy-to-use script written in JSP to handle putting RSS feeds on your web page? I'm looking for something like RSS2HTML.

 
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"easy-to-use" is a relative term - there will always be a certain amount of customization to adapt the feeds to your site/content structure. The standard Java library for handling RSS feeds is Rome, and a JSP tag library for it exists.
 
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Ulf Dittmer wrote:"easy-to-use" is a relative term - there will always be a certain amount of customization to adapt the feeds to your site/content structure. The standard Java library for handling RSS feeds is Rome, and a JSP tag library for it exists.



Yes, RSS2HTML includes a template system for the RSS items. The thing is, I don't know a lot about JSP, but am faced with a problem to find a solution on a Weblogic server which I assume limits me to Java. If it was something that was customizable, I could probably figure it out. If I have to start from scratch, then that turns this project into something more than I have the dedicated resources for.
 
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