A JSTL primer, Part 4, Accessing SQL and XML content

Custom tag libraries for exchanging XML and database content in JSP pages

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Mark Kolb

Date archived: May 14, 2019 | First published: May 20, 2003

A hallmark of Web-based applications is the integration of multiple subsystems. Two of the most common mechanisms for exchanging data between such subsystems are SQL and XML. In this article, Mark Kolb concludes his coverage of JSTL with an introduction to the sql and xml libraries for accessing database and XML content in JSP pages.

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