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From Jörn Heid <>
Subject AW: Adding dynamically element
Date Mon, 11 Jun 2001 09:57:13 GMT
Thanks for answer.

But there's a problem:

'Giacomo' wrote: "An XSP page is a generator, point.". As I have to use a
xml page I would have to write a XSP which reads (from FileReader) the
xml... I think that's not the best way as the pipeline should do this for
me. So I wrote a transformer which works well, but I do not know hoe to get
the HTTPServletRequest (written in another mail).

Am I right? In C1 you could use XSP as a transformer and I'm looking fo
something similar...


-----Urspr√ľngliche Nachricht-----
Von: Martin Man [mailto:martin@funny.localnet]Im Auftrag von Martin Man
Gesendet: Montag, 11. Juni 2001 11:37
An: Jorn Heid
Betreff: Re: Adding dynamically element

On Sun, Jun 10, 2001 at 04:53:37PM +0200, Jorn Heid wrote:
> Yes... As XSP is a generator, should I write my own transformer or
> aggregator... Give me an answer, please... ;(
> The question again:
> I want to produce a html from a xml (not XSP) page but depending on the
> session object there moght be an additional element. In C1 it worked with
> XML->XSP->XSLT->HTML. But how does it (best) work with C2?
> XML->Aggreation->XSLT->HTML or XML->MyTransformer->XSLT->HTML?
in c2 you do it best using XSP, handling session, and xincluding (look at
aggregate.xsp sample) static xml content


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