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is this possible in XML?

 
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hi,
i want to know if the following is possible using XML.
using HTML/javascript, a form has been created. now the user makes selections using the form. i want to create a XML file that encapsulates the user selections ie this XML file should contain the selections made by the user. this XML file should also automatically change whenever the user makes new selections on the HTML form. how is this possible?
thanks in advance.
 
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Well, it could be done.
Have the "action" for your HTML form point to a JSP/Servlet
and write a bean or something that will create the XML file.
Just a thought for solving the requirement, the way I understand.
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