Subject: Re: [xsl] using Saxon from Tomcat|
From: Robert Koberg <rob@xxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Tue, 14 May 2002 07:03:19 -0700
- basic_app |- css |- images |- WEB-INF |- classes |- SaxonServlet.class |- content |-replace_data.xml |- styling |- test.xsl |- lib |- saxon.jar
ENV: Linux Redhat 6.1, Saxon 6.5.2, Tomcat 3.3.1
I want to use Tomcat to do an xslt transformation via a servlet.
I have Tomcat up and running and Saxon installed.
Where should i put my xlst, xml files under Tomcat? And what is more needed to have the following working. http://webserver:8080/examples/servlets/SaxonServlet?source=replace_data.xml &style=test.xsl
I am using the SaxonServlet that came with the saxon samples. Do i need to change any code in it or is this a generic version that works for every kind of transformation.
Thanks for any feedback; Joeri
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