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From "Paul Pattison" <p...@76design.com>
Subject Using Included Logicsheets
Date Sat, 13 Apr 2002 08:00:34 GMT
I think I'm starting to get this Cocoon thing...

I'm designing a database web application.  Most pages will have some content
on them and then have some results returned from the database.  I would like
to keep the content part separate from the db query.  It seems to me that I
should store my db queries in logicsheets using esql.  Then these data and
db results would be combined before having an xslt transformation to html.

My problem is that while I can get the content and db query to work
separately, I'm a little foggy on how to integrate them.  Do I use
aggregation, xinclude or cinclude.  I don't really understand the difference
between these.

I read the 'Abstraction' section in the Concepts doc, and I think I should
use an 'Included Logicsheet', but it doesn't say how to do that.

Suggestions greatly appreciated,

Paul


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