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From Stefano Mazzocchi <>
Subject Re: Aha! got it! 64k limit(was: new version of the sql logicsheetunderdevelopment)
Date Fri, 01 Sep 2000 23:39:15 GMT
Donald Ball wrote:
> On Fri, 1 Sep 2000, Torsten Curdt wrote:
> > > Only XSP that used DOM directly (AND WE TOLD YOU NOT TO DO IT!) will be
> > > hard to port, anything else will be piece of cake.
> >
> > Oh, oh! Nobody told _me_! Our JavaBeans produce DOM elements
> > and we insert them via XSP! So this is no longer possible in
> > Cocoon2??
> if you're using <xsp:expr> to include the DOM elements, you _should_ be
> fine - it's only if you're manipulating the internal xsp DOM objects
> directly that you'll need to mess with anything.

This is correct and you *are* fine.

> if for some reason, the XSP impl. for cocoon2 does _not_ let you include
> DOM objects via <xsp:expr>, i'll personally patch it so that it does.
> there are enough DOM2SAX convertors lying around that it would be
> absolutely inexcusable for us not to allow people to call libraries that
> return DOM objects.

Agreed, we'll make sure that if you return an XObject this will be
intepreted correctly by the XSP page.

Ricardo, is anything like this in place for C2 yet?

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