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Subject Re: Server Side Includes in Cocoon??
Date Wed, 03 Mar 2004 09:16:16 GMT
hi Jim

you must change the way you try to solve your problem

use cinclude
or pipeline aggregation

its the perfect way in cocoon

-- stavros

btw using cocoon u have to change everything in your mind about web
development. After 2-3 years of cocoon-ing, it's not possible yet for me
to work with asp, php, or other thechonologies.

maybe in few year we'll have to do with "The Cocoon Syndrome" that effect
web developers. :-)

On Wed, 3 Mar 2004, Jim Emerson wrote:

> I'm running Cocoon on Windows 2000 (don't ask) with Tomcat 4.1
> When I print a server side include in my XSLT script, the results are 
> ignored in the output.
> Here's my xslt code:
> <xsl:comment>#include virtual="/includes/" </xsl:comment>
> What i'm expecting to be in the output is the contents of but 
> it's being ignored.
> SSI is working fine when i call a regular html page in Tomcat.
> Are SSI's possible in Cocoon? Does anyone have a workaround or solution for 
> this?
> cheers
> Jim Emerson
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