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From Irv Salisbury III <...@dotech.com>
Subject Re: POST XML to cocoon protocol
Date Thu, 27 Jan 2005 14:22:17 GMT


Vadim Gritsenko wrote:

> Irv Salisbury III wrote:
>
>>
>> Vadim Gritsenko wrote:
>>
>>> Hm. I'd probably go with using request attribute and then generating 
>>> XML directly from there in the included pipeline - no JX and no 
>>> Flow. It depends on usecase, of course.
>>
>>
>> Ok, so is it safe to encode XML into a request parameter?
>
>
> You misread - I meant attribute.
>
>
>> Are there any size limitations? What is the best way to turn XML in a 
>> request parameter and get it into the pipeline?
>>
>> To accomplish this, would I use the CIncludeTransformer and then just 
>> call:
>>
>> cocoon:/my-other-pipleine?xml=<xml>right-in-here</xml>
>
>
> If you are using CInclude you should have seen its documentation which 
> says:
>
>  *     <!-- The following are optional parameters appended to the URI -->
>  *     <cinclude:parameters>
>  *         <cinclude:parameter>
>  *             <cinclude:name>a name</cinclude:name>
>  *             <cinclude:value>a value</cinclude:value>
>  *         </cinclude:parameter>
>  *         <!-- more can follow -->
>  *     </cinclude:parameters>
>
>
> So your xml can go here, I'd think:
>
>  *             <cinclude:value>a value</cinclude:value>
>
>
> Vadim

Ignore my last message.  Enough googling and I found the answer myself.  
Looks like the RequestAttributeGenerator will do the trick for me.

Thanks again,

Irv


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