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From "Torsten Curdt" <tcu...@dff.st>
Subject RE: [C2] handle-errors with content aggregation
Date Fri, 13 Jul 2001 08:20:08 GMT
> > > With the current design of cocoon2 it is not possible to have always a
> > > clean error page.
> > > The problem is that the components, e.g. the content aggregation write
> > > directly to the output stream. If some components have written something
> > > and an error occurs it is forbidden by the servlet engine to do
> > a redirect
> > > and the output stream cannot be reset.
> > >
> > > I wanted to address this problem by the concept of an
> > intermediate output
> > > stream, but there is currently no consense found.
> >
> > consensus seemed to be that an intermediate output stream was fine as long
> > as we could configure it on or off on a per-sitemap or per-pipeline basis.
> > that was my impression anyway. does anyone disagree with this?
> >
> I do not totally disagree, but I don't like the configuration part of it.
> When you design your site/create the sitemap you don't want to think
> about how the pipelines should be handled: if the output stream

Well, I think the sitemap designer has to think about stuff like
this anyway... if the pipeline is internal only or not... stuff
like that.

> should be directly written or "cached" and then written.

I think we will loose a lot of a speed impression if we
go back to the C1 behavior!

> And the other think is, if the stream is directly written to the
> output stream, the error handling is not working properly as
> the result can consist of the first part of the real response followed
> by the error information. This is really bad.

Well, that is for sure true! But since I hope people don't see
it too often I would go for the performance ;)
--
Torsten

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