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Subject DO NOT REPLY [Bug 13131] - [PATCH] XMLModule: Allow XPath access to arbitrary XML sources
Date Mon, 30 Sep 2002 10:55:21 GMT
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[PATCH] XMLModule: Allow XPath access to arbitrary XML sources





------- Additional Comments From u.cei@cbim.it  2002-09-30 10:55 -------
I would certainly prefer to search&replace the source path in the sitemap rather
than change cocoon.xconf and restart Cocoon ;-). After all, it comes down to an
issue of SoC. I already have developers breaking things while touching the
sitemap and would prefer to keep cocoon.xconf far from their hands and from the
necessity to change it often. I'd say: keep cocoon.xconf as generic as possible.
I don't even like putting JDBC datasource information there.

Just my 0.02 Euros.

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