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From Berin Loritsch <blorit...@apache.org>
Subject Re: status on c2?
Date Wed, 17 Jan 2001 21:55:04 GMT
Giacomo Pati wrote:

> Berin Loritsch wrote:
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>> Giacomo Pati wrote:
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>>> Paul Russell wrote:
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>>>> * Giacomo Pati (giacomo@apache.org) wrote :
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>>>>> We could write an aggregation implementation based on the RT Stefano
has
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>>>>> made (Subject "[RT] Content aggregation", 03 Oct. 2000). I'm not sure
if
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>>>>> it is the way to go but at least we could make an implementation that
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>>>>> way and see how it works. The content aggregation at the sitemap level
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>>>>> AFAIR should be used to replace Stylebook so that we can use C2 to
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>>>>> produce our own docs and site.
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>>>> Happy to tackle content aggregation. That okay with everyone else?
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>>> BTW: If you need any functionality that the sitemap engine (read sitemap.xsl)
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>>> should/can provide to make your work easier please don't hesitate to contact
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>>> me. I feel that this is my responsability and I'm willing to support your
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>>> effort as much as I can.
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>> 
>> Question: how does one Action call another.  The reason is that I want to
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>> separate out form navigation from from form processing, so I want to process
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>> the results and navigate to the next page in two different Action objects.
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> I'm not sure what you mean. You can have <map:act> element in your
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> <action-set> without an action attribute and thus the action will be
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> called every time (I've used this for a session verification action). On
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> the other hand you can have several <map:act> with the same value on the
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> action attribute which means that all those actions are called in the
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> defined sequence. Communication between the actions is not
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> defined/provided by C2 so you have to use attributes on the
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> request/session/context objects.
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> Hope this helps.

I see.  It does.


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