[jdom-interest] JDOM & XSLT

Gary Lynn Kerbaugh gkerbaugh at earthlink.net
Sat Jul 29 16:09:34 PDT 2000

On Fri, 28 Jul 2000 13:09:32 Jason Hunter wrote:

> As for just putting the HTML in inline, maybe we do need to think
> about CDATA, guys?

> But you'll still end up with a CDATA block between the <title> tags.
> Browsers aren't going to like that any better.

OK, I'm lost. What exactly do browsers not like about characters? I really
am curious but I don't think that's the main issue. I assume that JDOM will
be used by apps (like servlets) that manipulate the data before any browser
gets it. I'm used to piping out HTML in a Response stream. If I use XML to
store  data that I will want a servlet to output, I know I'll want to put
some HTML in the data to handle special cases. I'm sure that no matter how
JDOM outputs it (String, char[] Array, stream, whatever) I'll be able to
adapt. All that matters is that I can get out exactly what I put in if I
have to. Is that too much to hope for?
+1 for CDATA

Gary Kerbaugh
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