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From "Nadine Carlton" <>
Subject Re: Where did ProducerFromRequest go?
Date Thu, 24 Aug 2000 18:18:01 GMT

  I am trying to figure out how to design an application that also
has a Java server that merges data returned from multiple calls to
Cocoon servlets.  I'm not a servlet and OOP expert though, and I could
use more explanation on what you would recommend. Even if I 
attempted to rewrite the intermediate server into Cocoon, the design
isn't clear to me.

Luke and I don't communicate on the same wavelength, I guess. :-)

Nadine Carlton
-----Original Message-----
From: Stefano Mazzocchi <>
To: <>
Date: Wednesday, August 23, 2000 2:50 AM
Subject: Re: Where did ProducerFromRequest go?

>Ulrich Mayring wrote:
>> Hi folks,
>> I'm back and ready to rumble again.
>> I read in the list archives that ProducerFromRequest was removed for
>> security reasons.
>> I need to call cocoon programmatically and perused the fromServlet
>> sample supplied with cocoon. This sample needs ProducerFromRequest to
>> run - so:
>> 1) Will ProducerFromRequest come back?
>> 2) If no, how would one go about calling cocoon programmatically (from a
>> remote machine)?
>Good question.
>The answer is: it depends.
>> Basically, I create an XML document in a Java program and post it to a
>> servlet (to be written), which should hand it to cocoon, cocoon should
>> (via fop) generate a PDF and send a stream back to the servlet, which
>> gives the stream to the Java program, which saves the PDF to a file.
>Well, in this case, I would suggest that your servlet extends Cocoon
>instead of calling it.
>Use the OOP, luke :)
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