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From Reinhard Pötz <>
Subject Re: [C3] Adding the cinclude transformer
Date Fri, 23 Apr 2010 06:55:35 GMT
Hugh Sparks wrote:
> It appears that IncludeTransformer might work if I pass the parameters
> in the url, which would make an ugly mess out of my code.
> IncludeTransformer is pretty simple. Would it be appropriate to add
> optional protocol for controlling the request (GET, POST) and passing
> parameters in an element? Or would it be better to add some new thing
> like a rewrite of the old CIncludeTransform?
> It seems excessive to have Include, XInclude, and CInclude...
> This is what I'm doing now with C2:
> <ci:includexml>
>    <ci:configuration>
>        <ci:src>http://myserver/cgi-bin/</ci:src>
>        <ci:parameter>
>            <ci:name>method</ci:name>
>            <ci:value>POST</ci:value>
>        </ci:parameter>
>    </ci:configuration>
>    <ci:parameters>
>        <ci:parameter>
>            <ci:name>param1</ci:name>
>            <ci:value>value1</ci:value>
>        </ci:parameter>
>         ...
>    </ci:parameters>
> </ci:include>
> I think it would be good for C3 to have some kind of "door" to
> invoke scripts on the server. And cramming things onto the URL
> and using GET isn't very attractive.

I think that it would be the best idea to port the CInclude transformer
of C2. When I wrote the IncludeTransformer, I just did the simplest
possible thing, no POST support or support for parallel include pipeline

Any contribution would be highly appreciated!

Reinhard Pötz                        Founder & Managing Director, Indoqa

Member of the Apache Software Foundation
Apache Cocoon Committer, PMC member        

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