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Passing XML Comtent through HTTP between JSP Pages  RSS feed

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I want to pass a XML content from one JSP to another JSP through HTTP as HTTP content. Then I want to retrieve the XML content from thr target JSP and parse it using parsers like XML4J or JDOM.
How can I do this? How a xml content can be sent through HTTP as HTTP body, not as name-value pair?
Next when I sent it using <jsp:forward name="" value="<%=string containing xml content%>"> and received it by request.getInputStream() and converted it and pass it as inputStream in build() method of SAXBuilder Class, it is not taking it as valid XML content,
Can anybody help me?
Thanx in advance
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