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From "Robin Green" <>
Subject Re: Sessions & Cookies
Date Wed, 19 Apr 2000 21:34:05 GMT
tom stuart <> wrote:

> > OK. I know how to put some java in my XML pages...but how to put some
> > in my XSL ?
>XSL *is* XML.

Yes, but not all XML is interchangeable. - Cocoon doesn't support doing 
everything, everywhere - and for good reason - it's supposed to be about 
content/logic/style separation, while still leaving you some flexibility.

>You can do any of the XSP stuff in your XSL pages too.

Not AFAIK! Stylesheet processor won't execute cocoon PIs directly. Well, it 
depends what you mean. See below.

>See Nicholas Hemley's earlier posting today about retrieving the request
>parameters into an XSL file -
>- for a good example that you should be able to build on.

To be precise, it doesn't retrieve the parameters into an XSL file. It is a 
stylesheet which creates an XSP page which then retrieves the parameters - a 
two-stage process.


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