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RE: Generating jsp java code in .xsl files

Subject: RE: Generating jsp java code in .xsl files
From: <Jarno.Elovirta@xxxxxxxxx>
Date: Fri, 19 Nov 2004 14:20:00 +0200
generating jsp from xml

> >   Hi all! I am trying to generate java code (intended for a
> jsp page)
> >inside a .xsl file. I want to produce an output similar to :
> >
> ><% String foo = "a_value"; %>.
> >
> Jarno is right with his suggestion, but you are using XSLT to output
> invalid markup. IMHO you can have a clean solution by one of:
> * using XSLT to output XML (meaning JSP 2.0 XML syntax, JSTL etc)

This, of course, is the preferred way of going about it.

> * using XSLT to output text, preserving the output format you already
> feel confortable with

I think this depends largely on how much XHTML you have in your JSP you have,
and how much of it is generated using out.print(). If 95% of the JSP document
is XHTML and you only have a few JSP scripting elements, you're probably
better off using xml output method and D-O-E.



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