stephan at ncube.de
Wed Sep 11 23:05:38 PDT 2002
maybe I'm too old-fashioned but the traditional approach was something like
browser read it anyway... Then it's XML and JDOM should be happy.
Just a guess, Stephan
them. My personal speed experience is that most browsers actually can
if possible ;-)
On Wed, Sep 11, 2002 at 04:04:54PM -0700, Emmett McLean wrote:
> Since JDOM does not support disable-output-escaping
> is there a way for a JDOM created HTML file to include
> separately to the output stream?
> Also, I tried
> <xsl:attribute name="src">/jdomex/js/Validate.js</xsl:attribute>
> but that just results in my not being able to see the letters
> Your suggestion will make the difference on whether JDOM and
> XSL get used on a very big project.
> Emmett McLean
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