Re: [xsl] Embedding HTML in JSP

Subject: Re: [xsl] Embedding HTML in JSP
From: Amit Khare <amitk@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Sun, 08 Apr 2001 21:43:57 GMT
As a newbie to XSL it took sometime to make a asssement of 
what Jeni said.

> >       Trying to output :
> >      <input type="hidden" name="ProductID" 
> > value="<%=request.getParameter(\"productid\")%>">
> >      the \ act as the escape characters.

Using the above is the result of Trying to use XSL to 
display html forms in JSP pages and servlets to capture 
input. So though use of XSL has separated Logic from 
Display i am stuck with outputting non standard XML onto 
the forms. Maybe there is cleaner approach to the whole 

> In fact, I'm very surprised that you managed to get a 
processor to
> output:
>  <input type="hidden" name="ProductID"
>         value="<%=request.getParameter
>have a look
> at the raw source in a basic text editor to see what's 
really there.

 The above is actually the source document I saw. And as u 
suggest XSL unescapes the &gt and &lt to produce <,> but 
leaves &quot untouched which was the reason for my 
>    <xsl:text disable-output-escaping="yes">
>       &lt;input type="hidden" name="ProductID"
>              value="&lt;%=request.getParameter
>    </xsl:text>
So the above actually has worked . Though I am very 
uncomfortable with it.
I cannot use single quotes so that how it goes .


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