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From Judson Lester <jud...@irev2.com>
Subject Re: Proxy Component?
Date Fri, 07 Dec 2001 20:44:55 GMT
> You can create a reader for this purpose. I needed something like that to
> get direct output from a JSP page (that is generating HTML, not XML) and
> have implemented the JSPReader. Now you can use it like this:
>
>  <map:match pattern="old_application/**">
>     <map:act type="checkSession"/>
>  <map:read src="/jsp/page.jsp"/>
>     </map>
>     <map:redirect-to uri="login.html"/>
>  </map:match>
>
> So, I hope you got the idea.
>
> Btw, developers, there are ServletGenerator and JSPGenerator componenets
> that implement almost the same thing: get output from a servlet then
> generate XML from it. JSPGeneretor uses JSPEngine for that. Maybe it'll be
> better to have something like ServletComponenet and use it either in
> generators or readers that have to interact with other servlets?
>

For purposes of migration, we're looking at starting from HTML JSPs, and your 
JSPReader sounds like just the thing.  Is it generally available?  And, 
frankly, why is it not a member of the Cocoon2 project?  (The current 
documentation on most of the Generators is sort of poor, as is.)  

Judson

> Regards,
>     Konstantin Piroumian

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