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Experts, I've got javamail up and running. I want to send xml forms using java, maybe as an xml attachement. Im not sure how to go abuot this. What are your ideas on sending an xml order form as an attachment and using a java to open the xml file in a readable format. Is this feasible?
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Yes. You need to use a multipart approach and then when 'decoding' open a stream on the Part and treat it as an xml source
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howd you mean, a multipart approach
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ok let me re - phrase that, do you think it would be relatively simple to accomplish this?
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Yes.
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8-)
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