Mailing List: Use of XSL in servlet-based WML generation pipeline
Date: Mon, 13 Mar 2000 08:57:43 -0800 From: Eduardo Pelegri-Llopart <Eduardo.Pelegrillopart@Eng.Sun.COM> To: firstname.lastname@example.org Subject: Use of XSL in servlet-based WML generation pipeline (and similar)
I work in the Java Platform group at Sun and we recently created a mailing list that may be of interest to some readers of this list.
The focus of the email@example.com mailing list is the
generation of structured content (most concretely WML) in response to
HTTP requests using the Servlet and JSP technologies. The
I am including the text of the announcement message that Danny Coward sent to some other lists.
- eduard/o pelegri-llopart
[from Danny Coward]
I have set up a mailing list specially for people who are using JSPs and Servlets to create WAP content, are interested in using JSP and Servlets to write WAP applications, and hearing about & discussing other people's experiences and knowledge.
WAP is in the news a lot right now, and I know some of you out there are interested in finding out more in this specific area.
The mailing list address is firstname.lastname@example.org.
This list will be pretty informal till we see just how much interest there is.
For now, if you wish to subscribe, just send me an email (to email@example.com) from the email address you wish to be subscribed under with 'firstname.lastname@example.org subscribe' in the subject.
Servlet Specification & Web Java
Java Software Group, Sun Microsystems
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