Basically I'm integrating with a web service that returns some form of XML.
numGuess is my java/class file and getHint processes my request to get the info by running the URL.
document.Search.searchText.value = "<%= numguess.getHint()%>"
When I run this command an alert box pops up that contains the following test:
which as you can see still contains the <> xml tags.
Is there a way I can yank out just the appropriate response data and query data?
I would like my result set to come back (for this example)
to include (space delimited): gsk GSK Glaxo SmithKline GlaxoSmithKline
[ August 03, 2004: Message edited by: Geoff Garcia ]
On a scale of 1-10 (10 being expert) I'm about a 1.
So! I've never heard of JSTL, is that something additional I'd have to install?
I'm working on google doing searches trying to find out more about it, but everything dealing with JSTL seems to involve uber complex (to me) things, and nothing basic about what it is, how to install it, or how to use it.
Am not looking to learn the in's and out's of java at this time, just how to fix this tiny issue. I have to get it done by friday.
So if anyone has any specific help on how to do it (rather than generic) that would be appreciated.
[ August 04, 2004: Message edited by: Geoff Garcia ]