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Does anyone know How to Export data from JSP to Microsoft Project 2000  RSS feed

 
sudhir porumamilla
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Currently I am having some JSP files with me and i am supposed to export data from it to Microsoft Project 2000
If we can't directly export from jsp to MS project then is there any other alternative??
..please reply ASAP
 
Mark Vedder
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That is definitely a curious combination: JSP & MS Project.
Do a search for "Import" in MS Project's Help - you will find a couple of topics to help you out; one in particular will list the file formats (such as XML and comma separated text) that it can import � XML is probably the way to go. It will also explain how to create an Import Map to do an import. You can also search the Microsoft & MSDN sites for more info.
You will then need to write your JSP (or more properly, the back-end classes -- such as Beans or Custom Tag Libraries -- used by the JSP) to write the data in the proper format and syntax.
 
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