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redirect the generated XML file to the browser using Java servelet  RSS feed

 
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I have a java program that can create a XML file and save it. Right now, I need to create a Java servelet, which enables the user to view this created XML file when clicking a button on the web. I would like to know how to do it with Java servelet programming.
 
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Instead of saving it (which I assume means writing it to a FileOutputStream) just write it to the servlet response's output stream instead.

And of course you can't use the application (with its public static void main(args[]) method) as is, you would have to extract the XML-producing code from it.
 
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