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From Sylvain Wallez <>
Subject Re: New protocol for in-memory resources
Date Tue, 09 Sep 2003 18:26:09 GMT
Tuomo L wrote:

>I've been playing with the upload-mechanism of Cocoon, and noticed that
>it's now required to cath the uploaded file since cocoon deletes it (At
>least this is the behaviour on my 2.1 installation with "autosave-upload"
>true and "allow-uploads" true)
>I'm working on a "ZipArchiveExtractorAction", which accepts two
>parameters via sitemap: "source" and "target".
>Now, with source resolving, I can use protocols such as:
>"cocoon://", "context://" etc. It would be convinient,
>if one could use a protocolthat defines a source (FilePart) located in memory.
>This could be for example: "multipart://" . Then it would
>be possible to extract that in-memory zip-file to the target-dir.
>Is this possible already, or am I going to wrong direction here?

This is not possible today, but really is the right direction, and would 
be a valuable addition.


Sylvain Wallez                                  Anyware Technologies 
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