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From "Tomas Espeleta" <tomas.espel...@digival.es>
Subject Re: Generators.. was: Re: SV: What is Cocoon good for???
Date Wed, 14 Nov 2001 08:47:15 GMT
> On Tuesday 13 November 2001 02:53 pm, you wrote:
> > having code within your XSP page that reads XML from some external
source
> > (outside the page) and outputting it
> >
> >
> > Seems to me like that type of code is best done as a separate generator
of
> > its own.
> >
> > Others agree?  disagree?
>
> I agree. I only use XSP for instances where I want to use logicsheets.
> Otherwise I use the file generator if I want to sent a plain XML document
> that is on disk.
>
> For data from other sources, I've been moving towards making java objects
> that are XMLizable, and having a generator that just calls .toSAX on them.
> -pete

Maybe a stupid question... but: why? Do you really gain in performance, or
in architecture design? (I mean comparing this to <util:include-file> from
XSP or Xinclude)

- Tomas

*  Tomás Espeleta - http://www.digival.es
*  ----------------------------------------------------
*  Those who know don't talk.
*  Those who talk don't know.



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