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From "Robin Green" <gree...@hotmail.com>
Subject Re: Design prob: xsp -> xsp -> xsl
Date Tue, 20 Feb 2001 15:53:22 GMT
"Arnaud Vandyck" <arnaud@ressource-toi.org> wrote:
>I did an XSP page to insert a <login /> tag in my pages, so I can do
>something like:
>
>XML (static content)
>-> XSP (check the session, put a User or read the param, add a <login />
>tag)
>-> XSL (layout)
>
>It works fine. But I got some XML documents using esql and Cocoon never
>display the result:
>
>XML (= XSP with ESQL)
>-> XSP (with the <login /> etc...)
>-> XSL
>
>No error, but no page!
>
>Do I miss something? I think it's possible to do that, isn't it?

Yes. But you can't run XSP twice for one request. You need to use the 
<?xml-logicsheet?> tag, which unfortunately is not documented anywhere, but 
it has been covered many times in the mailing list, so check the archives.



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