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From John Moylan <>
Subject Re: Xindice inside Xsp
Date Mon, 09 Sep 2002 13:24:46 GMT
You need to search the archives and google for information on how to use 
Xindice from Cocoon. It has been done many times before and is well 
documented. I myself use it. Have a look at the sitemap for 2.03 and 
grep for XMLDB.


fxp wrote:

>but I really need to make xpath queries against my documents, and I thought
>Xindice was the key (it works fine). But if I can't  produce html pages from
>it within cocoon, it's useless.
>    Exist seems to be ready for cocoon's users who don't know much about
>Java,(or haven't got time to invest much in it)
>    (I've found th Exist xmldb.xsl (in the source), and its documentation.
> I suppose it'll be a long job to apply it to xindice, even if the
>logicsheet is said to work with other xml db Api compliant database)
> I'll shift to exist.
>Thanks a lot for your Help.
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