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From Upayavira>
Subject Re: InputStream as source or generator
Date Wed, 19 May 2004 16:48:35 GMT
Two ways:

1) Use something like the StreamGenerator - maybe with a DOMStreamer if 
you've got a DOM to stream into the pipeline.
2) Call JXTemplate from flow, passing it your object. Then, in 
JXTemplateGenerator you can access your javabean, navigating to the XML 
fragment, and JXTemplate should then stream it into the pipeline for you.

I think 2) is neatest, if you can get it to work.


Craig Christophersen wrote:

> The data I will be getting from the bean is xml tagged. Most of it 
> will be a full section of a document, tagged by 
> <section><paragraph><line><word>, etc. I am hoping to find a
way to 
> stream that into the pipeline and output as an html page. Looking at 
> Betwixt I am not sure that is the right solution. Would I be on the 
> right track in altering something like the StreamGenerator?
> Craig Christophersen
> (406)496-6421
> <>

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