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From Michael Homeijer <M.Homei...@devote.nl>
Subject RE: schedule/batch feature inside cocoon
Date Wed, 13 Feb 2002 07:19:44 GMT
How about writing a transformer that writes the XML output to a file. In the
output to the browser/external process you could give a message that the
processing succeeded.

Have a look at XMLDBTransformer in scratchpad, it writes data to an XML db
as a side effect.

HTH,

Michael Homeijer

> -----Original Message-----
> From: Lars Steiger [mailto:lars.steiger@buzzard.ch]
> Sent: woensdag 13 februari 2002 8:24
> To: cocoon-dev@xml.apache.org
> Subject: AW: schedule/batch feature inside cocoon
> 
> 
> > On Tuesday 12 February 2002 21:54, Lars Steiger wrote:
> > >. . .
> > > i've just implemented some kind of html parsing logic
> > > inside cocoon, which now looks very nice (thanx to cocoon). but i
> > > can't start the whole parsing process as a scheduled task, without
> > > using a tool outside cocoon.
> > >. . .
> >
> > Just curious, what kind of output does your parsing logic produce?
> 
> simple xml. the parser is a generator. i call it 
> SimpleTextParserGenerator.
> it needs an xml configuration für parsing a text stream. the xml
> configuration defines which text fragment goes under which xml node.
> 
> > If it's HTML pages, I'd start a tool like wget to retrieve the pages
> > from Cocoon and save them in the right place. In that case, 
> though, it
> > would IMHO make more sense to use an external scheduling 
> component than
> > to integrate one in Cocoon.
> 
> yes, first i also thought about an external scheduling 
> component. but such a
> process should not be accessible from outside. if i do it 
> with an external
> scheduling component, i have to secure this by a password or 
> something like
> this. if it can be done inside the sitemap, this process is 
> by default not
> accessible from outside. in addition it would be very nice to 
> configure. and
> because i try to develop most to all application stuff with 
> cocoon, and i
> don't want to use an ejb container yet, i know that such a 
> feature would be
> useful for me.
> 
> ok, i try to implement something for myself first. if it then 
> looks some
> kind of nice, i will inform you about.
> 
> 
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