writing javascript file to servlet response

Posted on 2008-10-17
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  I am getting the path of a javascript file as an input request parameter in my servlet.How I do write its contents to the response.I have set the content type to "application/x-javascript".Is the right one or do I have to use "text-javascript".How do I proceed after that?
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That is good for  .js  
To use a servlet to write it, use something like  

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