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From d...@cocoon.apache.org
Subject [Cocoon Wiki] Updated: JarProtocolExample
Date Wed, 14 Jul 2004 07:50:11 GMT
   Date: 2004-07-14T00:50:10
   Editor: GlorieuxFrédéric <frederic.glorieux@xfolio.org>
   Wiki: Cocoon Wiki
   Page: JarProtocolExample
   URL: http://wiki.apache.org/cocoon/JarProtocolExample

   no comment

Change Log:

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@@ -1,39 +1,43 @@
+Hi tried this a few months ago and found that the "jar:/" protocol don't check if the source
have changed. I can't say if it's problem of cocoon cache or "jar:/" specification, but what
I know is I can't use it to display i, real time an oo doc that people may edit. Some more
ideas here [XfolioOpenOfficeGeneration]
+
+----
+
 Here is a sitemap snippet that shows how the jar:/ protocol can be used to read data from

 jar files or zip files. -- [:Con]
 
-{{{
-<map:pipelines>
-	<!-- read content from out of a zip file -->
-	<map:pipeline>
-		<map:match pattern="*/**.xml">
-			<map:generate src="jar:http://localhost/jar-test/{1}!/{2}.xml"/>
-			<map:serialize type="xml"/>
-		</map:match>
-	</map:pipeline>
-	<map:pipeline>
-		<map:match pattern="*/**.jpg">
-			<map:read src="jar:http://localhost/jar-test/{1}!/{2}.jpg"/>
-		</map:match>
-	</map:pipeline>
-
-<!--
-if you don't want to "hard-code" localhost, 
-don't forget the {servletPath} sitemap variable
-
-<map:read src="jar:http://{servletPath}/{1}.sxw!/meta.xml"/>
-
--->
-
-	<!-- read the archive file -->
-	<map:pipeline>
-		<map:match pattern="*.zip">
-			<map:read src="{1}.zip"/>
-		</map:match>
-		<map:match pattern="*.jar">
-			<map:read src="{1}.jar"/>
-		</map:match>
-	</map:pipeline>
-</map:pipelines>
+{{{
+<map:pipelines>
+	<!-- read content from out of a zip file -->
+	<map:pipeline>
+		<map:match pattern="*/**.xml">
+			<map:generate src="jar:http://localhost/jar-test/{1}!/{2}.xml"/>
+			<map:serialize type="xml"/>
+		</map:match>
+	</map:pipeline>
+	<map:pipeline>
+		<map:match pattern="*/**.jpg">
+			<map:read src="jar:http://localhost/jar-test/{1}!/{2}.jpg"/>
+		</map:match>
+	</map:pipeline>
+
+<!--
+if you don't want to "hard-code" localhost, 
+don't forget the {servletPath} sitemap variable
+
+<map:read src="jar:http://{servletPath}/{1}.sxw!/meta.xml"/>
+
+-->
+
+	<!-- read the archive file -->
+	<map:pipeline>
+		<map:match pattern="*.zip">
+			<map:read src="{1}.zip"/>
+		</map:match>
+		<map:match pattern="*.jar">
+			<map:read src="{1}.jar"/>
+		</map:match>
+	</map:pipeline>
+</map:pipelines>
 }}}
 
 === Note: ===
@@ -47,10 +51,10 @@
 
 Here is an example using a file relative to the context.  In this case we get a file named
{{{content.xml}}} inside an {{{open-office zip}}} file with a {{{.sxw}}} extension.  The {{{realpath}}}
module allows us to convert relative path to absolute ones.
 
-{{{
-<map:match src='**.sxw'>
-	<map:generate src="jar:file:///{realpath:docu}/{0}!/content.xml"/>
-	<map:transform src='open-office-to-docbook.xml'/>
-	<map:serialize type='xml'/>
-</map:match>
+{{{
+<map:match src='**.sxw'>
+	<map:generate src="jar:file:///{realpath:docu}/{0}!/content.xml"/>
+	<map:transform src='open-office-to-docbook.xml'/>
+	<map:serialize type='xml'/>
+</map:match>
 }}}

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