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There is no RSS support built into the JEE specification itself, so Google around and see what third party APIs you can come up with. I did a quick Google and Rome caught my eye:
Its been at least 8 years since I last did anything with RSS in Java, I haven't the faintest clue what I used way back then.
Thanks gimbal, I am using the ROME API to create RSS feeds and publish it (standalone application). Where I am getting the updated details from the DB
to display the updated RSS feeds results every 2 minutes using my TIMER scheduler.
My queries are:-
How i can publish these information in the web?
Is it like rather than creating a stand alone desktop app. with main(String args)
create a servlet application which will be running in a servlet container, create an index.html for this application which will have
the URL for RSS feeds to be accessed by the users?
How these updated RSS feeds which is been published will be accessed by the consumer's and how we can notify these users about an
updated RSS feeds?
From the receiver end whether they need to install any RSS reader or aggregators to access the updated RSS feeds?
Please clarify as you have already an idea about this as I am understanding how it works.This will be of great help.
Yep, you've got plenty of reading and Googling ahead of you. Good luck with your research!