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From David Rosenstrauch <>
Subject Re: xsp without stylesheet?
Date Wed, 19 Dec 2001 16:23:18 GMT
As I wrote before:

>If all you were trying to do is execute some arbitrary java code before you do a redirect,
then an XSP page is not the thing to use.

It sounds like that is all you are trying to do.  You are not trying to generate XML content
for a pipeline to process and serialize.

So use an Action.  I gave details on how to do this - and do the redirect - in my previous


At 11:19 AM 12/19/01 -0500, you wrote:

>1. I have a login page which posts to my xsp page.
>2. In the xsp page i reference a class which references 
>    Some DB and initializes my object. 
>3. If valid i place the object in the session.
>4. If invalid no session is given
>5. Then i redirect to the approprite page.
>In my old cocoon 1 and tomcat 3 set up this worked fine but 
>i am new to cocoon2.
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