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From "Vadim Gritsenko" <vadim.gritse...@verizon.net>
Subject RE: a serious xml-java chaining...
Date Thu, 18 Jul 2002 13:46:50 GMT
Othman,

> 2) i want to stor my xml file and not displaying it anywhere.

See SourceWritingTransformer and <slash-edit/> demo.


> 3)i don't want to use cocoon as a servlet, can i call it from
> a java program for instance?

Other guy recently asked same question. You can take a look at Main.java
and/or CocoonServlet.java to see how to work with Cocoon
programmatically.


Vadim


-----Original Message-----
From: Othman Haddad [mailto:ohaddad@neomalogic.com] 
Sent: Wednesday, July 17, 2002 11:15 AM
To: cocoon user list
Subject: a serious xml-java chaining...

hi cocooners,
i've been using cocoon right now not for a long time and i'm bit
satisfied with it..
now i've a big problem and i wonder if this chain is possible ,if yes
what do i need to implement and code to do it with cocoon? :
 
1) after a FileGenrator and an XalanTransformer, i want a transformer
component SourceCode Genrator of castor-like or jaxme-like "to generate
java beans" and another component which can reverse the process: from
existing javabeans i want to have sax events (i think the
CastorTransformer and the JaxMeTransformer already do?!) 
2) i want to stor my xml file and not displaying it anywhere.
3)i don't want to use cocoon as a servlet, can i call it from a java
program for instance?
 
thank you very much for your help ,i really need it 




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