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From Thorsten Scherler <thorsten.scher...@wyona.org>
Subject Re: AW: Sendmail serial email
Date Wed, 04 Dec 2002 07:25:49 GMT
Hello Frank,

so you patched the sendmail.xsl to have multiple cc. Rhanks for the reply.

What you have said makes sense (showing the concept). I had a look @ the 
JavaMail Design Specification. I have there my desiered result (a script 
for multipart message). That would be the "ready to go" Java code.

Coming from the sendmail.xsl I have to extend it in attaching the code 
for multipart. This I have to write in xsl because it will be parsed. 
The parsed result have to be in Java.

<snip>
// Instantiate a Multipart object
MimeMultipart mp = new MimeMultipart();
// create the first bodypart object
MimeBodyPart b1 = new MimeBodyPart();
// create textual content
// and add it to the bodypart object
b1.setContent("Spaceport Map","text/plain");
mp.addBodyPart(b1);
// Multipart messages usually have more than
// one body part. Create a second body part
// object, add new text to it, and place it
// into the multipart message as well. This
// second object holds postscript data.
MimeBodyPart b2 = new MimeBodyPart(); b2.setContent(map,"application/
postscript");
mp.addBodyPart(b2);
// Create a new message object as described above,
// and set its attributes. Add the multipart
// object to this message and call saveChanges()
// to write other message headers automatically.
Message msg = new MimeMessage(session);
// Set message attrubutes as in a singlepart
// message.
msg.setContent(mp); // add Multipart
msg.saveChanges();
</snip>

I have to get that result, right!

Thank you Frank for repling I am on my own and I will try my best! ;-)

Frank Ridderbusch wrote:
> Scherler, Thorsten wrote:
> 
> 
>>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.html#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?
>>
>>:-(
> 
> 
> Well, here is someone, who will answer, but I guess it is not quite the
> expected answer. 
> 
> It does not appear, that you have looked at source of sendmail.xsp 
> logisheet (to be found at the location 
> 
> src/java/org/apache/cocoon/components/language/markup/xsp/java/sendmail.xsl
> 
> If you do, then you realize, that sendmail.xsp ist basically a XSL
> stylesheet, that generates Java code, which in turn send an email
> though the Java Mail API. You're also see, that only a hand full of
> tags are implemented and sendmail:attach is not one of them.
> Apparently until now there wasn't anybody who felt the need to 
> to attach a file in a sendmail.xsp logisheet. I guess, the current
> sendmail.xsp is more of a prove of concept and this is probably
> also the reason, that it not configured by default in the main sitemap.
> 
> I guess, you're on your own. You might want to look at the report
> I filed with bugzilla:
> 
> http://nagoya.apache.org/bugzilla/show_bug.cgi?id=15005
> 
> This might give you an idea, how to proceed. 


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