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From Donald Ball <ba...@webslingerZ.com>
Subject Re: Legacy HTML with dynamic content?
Date Tue, 21 Dec 1999 19:42:43 GMT
On Tue, 21 Dec 1999, Brett McLaughlin wrote:

> Alternatively, you are a few days away of being able to do "partial"
> Cocoon processing from within applications.  In this case, you could
> generate/read your HTML from you legacy pages, and then build a
> CocoonServletRequest with the portion of the document you want converted
> by Cocoon.  You then can have Cocoon process that portion of a document,
> either outputting to the screen directly, or returning the output in a
> CocoonServletResponse; then you can output the rest of your HTML. 
> Unless I understood what you are trying to do incorrectly?

Sounds possible, though... does the HTMLFormatter balk at creating
documents that aren't fully compliant HTML (e.g. missing html, head, body
tags)? If so, this approach isn't exactly going to work... 

- donald


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