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From Ricky Szeto <>
Subject Re: Cocoon Questions...
Date Mon, 31 Jan 2000 20:03:23 GMT
Maybe I need to clarify my first question a bit...
I need to pass arguments to the producers only once regarding initialization
and configuration(ie where the properties file is, where a resource directory
is.. etc)
I would like to do it such that it is done automatically after the
instantiation of the Producer(before it begins service).

As for the response obj, looks like I do more reading before I can decide
which is the best way to go...

Thanx Mike

Mike Engelhart wrote:

> Ricky Szeto wrote:
> > I am in the process of migrating a site from being http-servlet based to
> > xml-cocoon based. I have two questions that I have been unable to find
> > answers for:
> > 1) Is there a method of passing initial arguments to a producer? such as
> > key-value pairs?
> > and also
> Just add the values to the url like you would with a GET/POST from a form:
> yourProducer.xml?PARAM1=one&PARAM2=two
> The getDocument() methods of all producers have access to the
> HttpServletRequest object so you can say:
> String paramOne = request.getParameter("PARAM1");
> > 2) Short of writing my own processor, what method/way can I use to get
> > access to HttpServletResponse.encodeURL() ?
> >
> One way is to use XSP's to create your producers.  This makes developing
> producers extremely easy and the XSP classes have a wrapper for the
> HttpServletResponse object so you can use encodeURL() with it.
> Mike
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