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From "Tagunov Anthony" <>
Subject Re: more text/plain output
Date Wed, 14 Mar 2001 10:21:53 GMT
>It would be great if there was a way to make a quick call out to an XSP
>file from the XSL that sets the PIs...
>       XSP
>        |
>XML -> XSL -> XSL -> output
>It appears that this isn't possible?

It does not. But doing things as simple as
inserting HTTP headers can be done via
a special processor.

Mabye it could look for some
<?cocoon-insert-header name="" value=""?>
directives (to speed up processing and
avoid scanning a whole, possibly lengthy doc)
or work in a taglib style (f.e. fetching out
<responce:set-header../> tags.

BTW in some cases it looks possible to "port"
a taglib to a processor, e.g. make processor
implementing things like <response:set-header
<request:get-parameter .. and so on..

This may be run without egaging XSP and
in any place of the processing chain.

So an option with this additional headers might
be an extra Cocoon processor.

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