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From "Laurent Trillaud" <ltrill...@jouve.fr>
Subject RE : How to serialize a XML file to disk?
Date Mon, 24 Mar 2003 08:09:03 GMT
Have a look on the <xsl :document>.
I guess that it should be useful for you.
This tag is like a fork for a stream.
In your XSL file, when you use this tag you redirect the output.

...
<p>some text redirect to the standard stream</p>
<xsl:document href="request{$id}.xml" method="xml">
	<!-- all inside document is redirected to href -->
	<xsl:apply-templates select="MyContentTag"/>
</xsl:document>
<p>another text redirect to the standard stream</p>

Laurent Trillaud

-----Message d'origine-----
De : joaocesar@duploclique.com [mailto:joaocesar@duploclique.com] 
Envoyé : samedi 22 mars 2003 19:15
À : cocoon-users@xml.apache.org
Objet : How to serialize a XML file to disk?

Hi all :)
 
We're doing a college work on cocoon and xml harvester potencial, and we
would like to know if we can grab a given XML file (on the web) to a
location on harddisk for a repository then work with it..
 
TIA
 
 
 


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