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From "Gunter D'Hondt" <g...@sofico.be>
Subject RE: [RT] Portal Engine and Woody.
Date Mon, 04 Aug 2003 06:57:56 GMT
Antonio,

I don't see any problem for using Woody for this use-case. All
"mini-reports" are other Cocoon pipelines (that don't use Woody since
there are no forms needed) and can be aggregated into one output
pipeline.

For example, I'm currently using this for adding a header/footer and
menubar on my dynamic Woody pages. 

Gunter D'Hondt
SOFICO NV (Belgium)


-----Original Message-----
From: dev-return-45864-gudo=sofico.be@cocoon.apache.org
[mailto:dev-return-45864-gudo=sofico.be@cocoon.apache.org] On Behalf Of
Antonio Gallardo
Sent: maandag 4 augustus 2003 8:16
To: dev@cocoon.apache.org
Subject: [RT] Portal Engine and Woody.


Hi:

I am thinking about an application. It is posible to include woody into
the portal engine to allow some kind of interesting info into the same
page for the user:

Example: Suppose we have the following layout:

+-----------------------------------------+
| Header                                  |
+-----------------------------------------|
|Mini report | Main UI      | Mini Report |
| 1 (status) | (Use Woody   |     2       |
+------------|  for forms)  | (Top 5      |
| Mini Report|              | Customers)  |
|       3    |              |-------------|
| (Other top)|                            |
+-----------------------------------------+
| Footer                                  |
+-----------------------------------------+

Is this posible?

I think i would be great to allow that kind of interface. The user can
have a "set" of predefined mini reports to choose from. And every "Mini
report" can have a link to see a report in more detail. :)

Best Regards,

Antonio Gallardo




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