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From Sergio Carvalho <>
Subject Re: How to map this on Cocoon?
Date Mon, 14 May 2001 15:23:32 GMT

XSLT URIs don't have to necessarily be file based. You can retrieve XSLT-A from an HTTP request,
and set up Cocoon to generate it from XML-A. So, the main document is generated by grabbing
XML-B, transforming it through the HTTP-retrieved XSLT-A and then through XSLT-B.

On Mon, 14 May 2001 13:22:04 +0200
"Matteo Colombo" <> wrote:

> Hi,
> I want ask your opinion on this problem:
> I've two XML documents (XML-A; XML-B). XML-A contains data that I use to
> create a XSLT document (XSLT-A) in a dinamic way. In XML-B there are
> contents of a web page, I want to use XSLT-A to filter XML-B and create
> XML-C that contains a subset of XML-B tags. Finally a XSLT-B will process
> XML-C to create a HTML doc.
> How can I map this situation on Cocoon architecture?
> In attach there is a schema that tries to explain the situation
> Thanks for any help.
> Matteo

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