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From Geert Josten <>
Subject Re: How to resolve relative "external" sources?
Date Sat, 14 Jan 2006 16:37:30 GMT
You could use input-modules to convert a relative path to an absolute one. It should be possible

with the realpath input module for instance.


Stefan Pietschmann wrote:
> Hi,
> I use the SourceResolver to access sources that reside inside cocoon. The
> paths are all set as 
> parameters in cocoon.xconf, like 
>        <parameter name="foobar" value="context://somedir/somefile"/>
> Now I want to resolve a file which is part of another webapp, but the
> context:// protocol uses the cocoon dir as root. Furthermore I could use the
> file:// protocol with only works with absolute paths, right? How can I
> specify a relative path pointing to another webapp, like
> 	<parameter name="foobar" value="context://../webapp2/somefile"/> ?
> The above doesn't work for me, but is there a way to accomplish something
> like that?
> Thank you,
> Stefan

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