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From Thorsten Scherler <thorsten.scher...@wyona.org>
Subject Re: Sendmail serial email
Date Tue, 03 Dec 2002 08:26:07 GMT
Dear Ray, dear all,

thanks for the reply!

Ray Martin wrote:
> Sir,
> I too experienced that no one would give any answers.  But, i am wondering
> if the cocoon-users mail list server is always behaving correctly.  i am
> subscribed to the cocoon-users list, but this is the first time that i have
> seen your message.  i did not receive any of your previous postings on this
> question.

...and I have posted a lot.

> 
> i too got sendmail to work for me slightly.  however, i was never able to
> get sendmail to authenticate or to attach a file.
> 
> i gave up on sendmail.  Instead i use an action in which i have some JAVA
> mail client code.  Now i can control the code exactly to meet my
> requirements.  i am no longer dependent on code that has no documentation
> beyond a simple tutorial - which in its own self was very interesting - just
> no clues as to how to proceed with such things as authentication and file
> attachment.
> 
> if i can help in any way - a code snippet? - let me know. if you are going
> to continue with sendmail, i cannot help.

YES PLEASE LET ME KNOW HOW YOU DID IT. I am not married to sendmail.

You are right in saying the tutorial is not enough, because to attach 
something to mail is quite basic stuff you want to do with mail.

authentication is no point at the moment but it should be possible.

> 
> another subject - i know that you are talking about attaching a file to an
> email.  but, while we are on the subject of attaching files.  if there is
> ever a time when you want to attach a file to an HTTP request  (file
> uploading) - cocoon does this automatically.  i was going crazy trying to
> figure out how to do it - i accidentally looked in the cocoon upload
> directory and there the file was - sitting right there as nice as could be -
> kinda like magic.  i would like to know more about the class that was used
> to parse the multipart form, but i have not been able to fidn it just yet.
> 
> good luck with sending emails,
> 
> Ray
> 
> 
>>-----Original Message-----
>>From: Scherler, Thorsten [mailto:Thorsten.Scherler@weidmueller.de]
>>Sent: Monday, December 02, 2002 9:49 AM
>>To: cocoon-users@xml.apache.org
>>Subject: AW: Sendmail serial email
>>
>>
>>Hello group,
>>
>>I don't know why I don't get any answers on that topic, but it is
>>quit frustrating.
>>
>>http://www.javaworld.com/javaworld/jw-09-2002/jw-0920-cocoon-p2.ht
> 
> ml#sidebar1
> 
>>There you can find how to nested a esql with sendmail.
>>
>>It is working!
>>
>>Now I just suffering how to attach a pdf.
>>
>>...but I don't think I will get any answers on that,or?
>>
>>:-(
>>
>>-----Ursprüngliche Nachricht-----
>>Von: Scherler, Thorsten
>>Gesendet: Montag, 2. Dezember 2002 13:58
>>An: Cocoon-Dev (E-Mail); Cocoon-Users (E-Mail)
>>Betreff: Sendmail serial email
>>
>>
>>Hello group,
>>
>>I am still trying to send a serial email with cocoon ... and I am
>>stucked big time
>>
>>I got the sendmail logic sheet runnig (without the possiblity to
>>attach a file or a URL).
>>
>>I have my query (with esql) running.
>>
>>Now I want to do the following:
>>The query looks for the date on which information has to be send
>>(info.xsp:)
>><xsp:page language="java" xmlns:xsp="http://apache.org/xsp"
>>xmlns:esql="http://apache.org/cocoon/SQL/v2"
>>xmlns:xsp-request="http://apache.org/xsp/request/2.0">
>><dataset>
>><esql:connection>
>><esql:pool>IDC2</esql:pool>
>><esql:execute-query>
>><esql:query>
>>select * from info where Info_datum = #<xsp-request:get-parameter
>>name="date"/>#
>><address>
>><bname1>
>><esql:get-string column="business_name"/>
>></bname1>
>><bname2>
>><esql:get-string column="business_name_2"/>
>></bname2>
>><bname3>
>><esql:get-string column="business_name_3"/>
>></bname3>
>><street>
>><esql:get-string column="address"/>
>></street>
>><ZIP>
>><esql:get-string column="zip_code"/>
>></ZIP>
>><City>
>><esql:get-string column="city"/>
>></City>
>><country>
>><esql:get-string column="country"/>
>></country>
>><telephone_number>
>><esql:get-string column="telephone_number"/>
>></telephone_number>
>></address>
>><aktion>
>><Info_datum>
>><esql:get-date column="Info_datum"/>
>></Info_datum>
>></aktion>
>><WD>
>><district>
>><esql:get-string column="district"/>
>></district>
>><ADM>
>><name>
>><esql:get-string column="ADM"/>
>></name>
>><email>
>><esql:get-string column="ADM_email"/>
>></email>
>></ADM>
>></WD>
>></client>
>></esql:row-results>
>></esql:results>
>><esql:no-results/>
>><esql:error-results/>
>></esql:execute-query>
>></esql:connection>
>></dataset>
>></xsp:page>
>>
>>Now I want to send each ADM an eMail.
>>I have the following sendmail.xsp. I have to replace "empfaenger"
>>with the <email><esql:get-string column="ADM_email"/></email> :
>>
>><?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?>
>><xsp:page language="java" xmlns:xsp="http://apache.org/xsp"
>>xmlns:xsp-request="http://apache.org/xsp/request/2.0"
>>xmlns:sendmail="http://apache.org/cocoon/sendmail/1.0">
>><page>
>><xsp:expr>
>><xsp-request:get-parameter name="./ADM/email"/>
>></xsp:expr>
>><xsp:logic>
>>   String empfaenger =
>>   "thorsten.scherler@weidmueller.de\n";
>>  </xsp:logic>
>><xsp:logic>
>>   String text =
>>   "\n"+
>>   "something\n"+
>>   "\n"+
>>   "more:\n"+
>>   empfaenger;
>>   </xsp:logic>
>><xsp-request:get-parameter name="date"/>
>><sendmail:send-mail>
>><sendmail:charset>ISO-8859-1</sendmail:charset>
>><sendmail:from>user@mydomain.com</sendmail:from>
>><sendmail:to>
>><xsp:expr>empfaenger</xsp:expr>
>></sendmail:to>
>><sendmail:cc>
>><xsp:expr>empfaenger</xsp:expr>
>></sendmail:cc>
>><sendmail:subject>D 200203 V</sendmail:subject>
>><!-- Modify the next line to point to your mail server -->
>><sendmail:smtphost>mail.weidmueller.com</sendmail:smtphost>
>><sendmail:body>
>><xsp:expr>text</xsp:expr>
>><xsp-request:get-parameter name="date"/>
>></sendmail:body>
>></sendmail:send-mail>
>><send>ok</send>
>></page>
>></xsp:page>
>>
>>How can I do that?
>>
>>Write a xsl with Processing instruction to build the sendmail
>>file on the fly?
>>
>>I would rather like not to have to do that!
>>
>>Any ideas?
>>
>>
>>>Mit freundlichem Gruss,
>>>
>>>Thorsten Scherler
>>>Marketing / Telefonmarketing
>>>
>>>Weidmüller GmbH & Co.
>>>P.O. Box 2807
>>>33058 Paderborn
>>>Tel.:+ 49 - 5252-960-350
>>>Fax:+ 49 - 5252-960-116
>>>eMail: thorsten.scherler@weidmueller.de
>>>http://www.weidmueller.de
>>>
>>>
>>
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