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From Artur Matos <ama...@create.human.nagoya-u.ac.jp>
Subject general use FragmentExtractor transformer?
Date Wed, 11 Sep 2002 18:37:15 GMT
Hi to all,

I have a small web site that I am maintaining 
using Cocoon in offline mode. Now I have stumbled
with this problem: I want to be able to extract
all of the subtrees from a big XML file and feed
each of them into a different pipeline.I think it can be 
better understood using an example: If I have a XML file 
similar to this:

<bookmarks>
 <folder>
  ...
 </folder>
 <folder>
  ...
 </folder>
</bookmarks>

I want to be able to extract the <folder> subtrees and
feed each of them into a different pipeline, (and if possible)
changing the original ones in the document by a <link> tag. If I 
understand correctly, this is what the FragmentExtractor does, but
it only works with embedded SGV. So, can I do the above 
using the FragmentExtractor pair or another standard/third party
Cocoon transformer? Should I create my own transformer for this?

Thanks in advance,

Artur Matos.

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