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From "Timm, Sean" <ST...@mailgo.com>
Subject RE: cocoon-output to multipile files
Date Tue, 18 Apr 2000 01:23:39 GMT
Frame requests are not controlled by Cocoon.  They are controlled by the
browser.  You just need to output a frameset, and then the browser can make
separate calls to Cocoon for each frame.  If you want to maintain and
control which XSL file to associate with a request, you can implement your
own processor to handle it.  However, all of this may change with Cocoon 2,
but I still haven't found out if it is possible to dynamically associate an
XSL file with an XML document in the Cocoon 2 model.

- Sean T.

-----Original Message-----
From: Sean Champ
To: cocoon-dev@xml.apache.org
Sent: 4/17/00 6:48 PM
Subject: cocoon-output to multipile files

hi.


does anyone know if there are any (currently-supported-in-Cocoon) "fo:"
elements that would be able to get the processor to output multiple HTML
files from one XML + XSL combination?


(namely: for use in generating HTML-frameset pages from one
source-document)



(if answer="no", 
   something.onThisDevelopersPlate.another = "to work on a way to do
this with Processing-Instructions, then to put together a report about
it for the coccoon team." 
  and
    note.please = "any tips on how to do this with XSL:PI, XML:PI, or
Cocoon:PI should be appreciated"
  and
      ETA.hopefully = "soon. a web-site is on-hold, for this."
.)




-- sean

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