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From "Per Kreipke" <...@onclave.com>
Subject [Q] Sunshine usage...
Date Wed, 17 Jul 2002 08:24:03 GMT
I like the concept and the depth of all the Sun* components in the
scratchpad in 2.0.3 and am eager to use them but there are some things I
can't quite understand (yes, it never ends):


- with the form handling simplification described in the documentation, the
results are put into a context in the user's session (as all the contexts
are). What then? What is the right way to complete form handling and
actually do something with the data?
 + Is it to use <sunshine:savexml>?
 + Shouldn't there be more error handling tags then to detect
success/failure?
 + Suppose it's a DB update, then upon a successful update, it needs to be
deleted from the context


- since the sunshine tags are only accessible through a transformer, how
does one embed logic around the use of the sunshine tags?


- since all the contexts are stored in the user's session and some are
modifiable, do changes to 'shared' contexts propagated to other users? Which
contexts have that property?


- if the user's session times out, are all his contexts (or some of them)
persisted?

Thanks, Per


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