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From "Doug Serres" <dser...@kingston.hummingbird.com>
Subject Re: Question...
Date Mon, 10 Jan 2000 22:01:10 GMT
OK I found mine in the Browser Dependent Styling section of the User Guide - Sorry
(http://xml.apache.org/cocoon/guide.html)


Doug Serres wrote:

> Your question also leads to the question about how the system determines which
> process to run if the same document is requested by different types of clients (e.g.
> when doc1.xml is requested by a Palm Pilot or a full blown web browser).
>
> James & Sue Ann Birchfield wrote:
>
> > I have not read up as much as I should
> > on the sitemap proposal.  I will do that over
> > the next few days.  But while I do, I wanted
> > to throw this thought out.  I do a lot
> > of work for our intranet.  Almost all of our
> > server run securely and we use certificates
> > for access control.  One thing that I like
> > about openssl and apache is the regular
> > expression control you have over matching
> > elements of the certificate DN and controlling
> > access to different directories/locations.
> >
> > On that same note, it would be nice to have
> > a clean way to do this from within a cocoon xml
> > file, or with the cocoon.properties.  Now of
> > course I am not talking about access control
> > at this point, rather style control.  The closest
> > example I can find is the media tag attached to the
> > stylesheet tag.  I would like to be able to specify
> > a particular xsl file to run against the requested
> > xml file based of some property located within the
> > certificate, or for that matter, anything you can find
> > from the request attributes.  Maybe any IP address that
> > matches '198.23.*.*' or similar.
> >
> > Now, while I am catching up on the sitemap, can someone
> > tell me if it might address any of the above?  I know with
> > a little extrapolation, this might be accomplished with XSP
> > (although I am not sure about that).  Just some thoughts.
> >
> > =====================================
> > James Birchfield
> > Chief Technology Officer
> > jmbirchfield@proteus-technologies.com
> > http://www.proteus-technologies.com
> > =====================================
>
> --
>
> Doug Serres, Intermediate Developer - R&D
> Data Integration & Reporting Solutions,
> Hummingbird Communications Ltd.
> (http://www.hummingbird.com)
> -----
> The measure of success is not whether you have a tough problem to
> deal with, but whether it's the same problem you had last year.
> --John Foster Dulles (http://www.franklincovey.com/specials/quote.html)

--

Doug Serres, Intermediate Developer - R&D
Data Integration & Reporting Solutions,
Hummingbird Communications Ltd.
(http://www.hummingbird.com)
-----
The measure of success is not whether you have a tough problem to
deal with, but whether it's the same problem you had last year.
--John Foster Dulles (http://www.franklincovey.com/specials/quote.html)



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