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Hi, guys i'm working on a mobile website and i want to read RSS news feed from a website and showing the news on my website. I have jsp page called news.jsp where i'm get only the news titles. When i click on a news title i want to show me the news content but not from the original website. Is it possible that and how can i do that? Sorry for my English.
 
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Rome is a good library for handling RSS feeds in Java. Unfortunately, it lives on java.net, which means that currently you can only get its source code, not any documentation or binaries. But if you search the web I'm sure you can find articles about it.

Make sure that what you're doing is legal - content can not generally be copied and shown elsewhere without obtaining permission (which might cost money).

It doesn't look like the question has anything to do with sockets or protocols, though, so I'll move it to a more suitable forum.
 
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