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From Drasko Kokic <drasko_ko...@yahoo.com>
Subject Re: Antwort: Re: C2 : XML -> XSP -> HTML
Date Fri, 20 Jul 2001 10:48:09 GMT
Please, explain to me why do you need to pipe it
yourself ... the ServerPageGenerator will read the
file.
Or ... you want something more!?
Drasko

--- Udo.Kretschmer@alunorf.de wrote:
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> This is what I understand as well.
> 
> Creating XML from static XML with e.g. a
> FileGenerator works
> Creating XML from XSP with a ServerPagesGenerator
> work as well
> 
> But you are not able to use static XML (e.g. from
> FileGenerator) and pipe this
> to a XSP Transformer, right ?
> This is what I want to do.
> 
> Udo
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> Drasko Kokic <drasko_kokic@yahoo.com> am 20.07.2001
> 09:19:59
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> Hi Udo,
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> C2 can generate XML from the static XML file as well
> as from the XSP file (via type="serverpages")
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> Gru?
> Drasko
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> --- Udo.Kretschmer@alunorf.de wrote:
> >
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> > In C1 one can perfectly seperate content (in XML),
> > logic (in XSP) and style (as
> > XSL).
> >
> > I have used this for creating dynamic forms and
> > executing database queries
> > whereas
> > the form description and the db-query were located
> > in the XML file.
> > For each different database query / form an
> > appropriate XML file was created.
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> > Logic and style were located in XSL documents and
> > were developed once.
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> > The XML was piped to the first XSL which creating
> a
> > XSP page,which perfomed the
> > query and the results were piped to the XSL for
> > formatting the output.
> >
> > To do the same thing in C2, we need to use a XML
> > filegenerator and a XSP
> > transformer, which obviously does not exists in
> the
> > moment.
> >
> > Does anyone know, if it's planned to create a XSP
> > transformer ?
> > Or is there simply another way in C2 ? All hints
> are
> > appreciated.
> >
> > Cheers
> >
> > Udo
> >


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