1. Generate XML output to a fitting format to match my XSLT stackoverflow.com
Hey, I am writing a quiz application with Java Servlets. My quiz data is written into XML files, i.e.:
2. Format output from Iterating over a list of Javabeans stackoverflow.com
I have an ArrayList of javabeans that I iterate over in a JSP view using
3. display output table in excel file format coderanch.com
The easiest way to get the downloaded data to load up in Microsoft Excel on Windows machines is to output it in simple delimited text, like a CSV file. Just copy the following into a text editor, save it as .csv, and Excel will probably open it by default, or if you load it into Excel, it will figure out that ...
4. Formatting Servlet output (double precision) - Help Required. coderanch.com
5. unable to get the output in required format coderanch.com
6. Get output of jsp in string format. forums.oracle.com
Oops, I see you want to call JSP from a servlet, right? Why not convert the bulk of your servlet into Java code that a JSP page can use? Or, if you want to keep your servlet as a part of the controller pattern, you should just forward the preprocessing result to the JSP page for display.