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How to create Xml Dynamic Menu

 
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Hi,

Can anybody suggest me how to create xml dynamic menu.

In a web application there are hundred menus and ten users only very few of them will have the access (RIGHTS) to the all menus, remaining will have some restriction. They may not have rights(that menu also should not be displayed)

all these menus are going to be java classes.

When a user is logged in, he will be having rights to access to use some menus, only that classes should loaded and only that menus should get displayed.

Using Xml Dynamic menu i want to do this.

Suggest me OR Guide i am a newbiee to Xml.

Thank u
 
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The only XML menu building tool I recall is the XUL extensible user layout language. It is used in the Mozilla web browser.
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