I was just having a chat with my colleague about writing servlet services in one block and using them in another block. And I told him apparently you can only return xml from a servlet service. I found this out by writing a service (plain old XSLT) which takes as input XML and returns text or in my particular case JSON.
Whereas this XSLT gets the job done if I use it in a regular pipeline, I could not use it in a servlet service. Is there a good reason the output from a servlet service can only be XML? On the docs from C3 for instance http://cocoon.apache.org/3.0/reference/html-single/index.html I read following statement:
It is the responsibility of the
Producerto decide whether a specific
Consumercan be linked to it or not (that is, whether it can produce output in the desired format of the
Does this mean C3 would not have this restriction?
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