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From Lee Burgess <>
Subject Re: Specifying an XSL in a Cocoon Request
Date Wed, 26 Apr 2000 15:57:47 GMT

Ah so.  My bad.  I did not read:

carefully enough the first time around.

In any case, that sounds fine by me.  However my manager is not overly
receptive to XSP.  :(

Mike Engelhart writes:
 > Lee Burgess wrote:
 > > For example, what if I don't want to use XSP; that is, I don't want
 > > that kind of logic in my XML?
 > > 
 > > A custom Producer seems the way to go, but that is a pain because one
 > > essentially has to add an extra layer of file parsing and/or object
 > > instantiation just to set the xml-stylesheet PI in the XML before it
 > > gets sent off to the Processor.  The XML basically ends up getting
 > > parsed twice: once in the custom Producer and then again in the course
 > > of normal cocoon processing.
 > Lee,
 > An XSP is a custom producer. It's just that it gets compiled from an XSP
 > page on it's first run (ala JSP).
 > Mike

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