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Writing html to a file using java?

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I have a JSP that while being used holds the current state of an audit. What I want is to be able to grab the current state of this html and write it to a file so that the progress being made to the audit is saved for future progress. How can this be done using Java?
Feb 15 '12 #1
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That depends, are you talking about java or javascript? Client or server?
Feb 15 '12 #2

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I was talking about storing it in a text file on the host. however, I have decided to go a new route and am attempting to store it in a database. I have another question with an issue i am having in this area though: http://bytes.com/topic/javascript/an...-parent-window
Feb 21 '12 #3

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Hi dude,
For your stuff you need to work in javascript..
1) collect data from your html
2a) create dynamic form, store data to it and trigger submitevent of it form then at server side get data and write to your text file.
2b) make ajax call then at server side get data and write to your text file



choose your way.

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Feb 22 '12 #4

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