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From David Rosenstrauch <>
Subject Re: Help needed with debugging XSP
Date Fri, 14 Dec 2001 16:03:08 GMT
Note:  This response contains C2 terminology (e.g., "transformer", "serializer").  You'll have
to convert to C1 terminology yourself.

Some options:

1) Insert a log transformer after the XSP page.  That will output the SAX events from the
XSP page to a log file.

2) Instead of running the XSLT, modify your site to serialize the output right after the XSP
file.  Either:
         * set the output for download (set a request header of:  Content-disposition: attachment;
filename="..."), or
         * declare a new serializer that uses the XMLSerializer, but with mime type "text/plain",
         * just output as regular XML, and use Microsoft IE to view the doc.  It supports
XML display.


At 05:05 PM 12/14/01 +0900, you wrote:
>Hello all,
>I am using Cocoon 1.8 with iAWS server.
>I have the following flow in my application.
>XML file processed by XSP(actually an XSL) to add dynamic content. The
>output of which is transformed by a Stylsheet and the result returned
>to the user.
>Now, I want to look at the output generated by the XSP.
>How can I do that??
>Thanks in advance for all the help.
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