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From Stephan Coboos <>
Subject Re: Using JSPGenerator as template engine for flow?
Date Sat, 26 Jun 2004 16:00:26 GMT
Joerg Heinicke wrote:

> On 26.06.2004 10:44, Stephan Coboos wrote:
>> Hello,
>> has someone ever used JSPGenerator as underlying template engine 
>> instead of JXTemplate? Is it possible to use it with flow? When not, 
>> what modifications are to do, to use JSPGenerator with flow?
>> Reason: I need taglibs but the cocoon taglibs not well supported, 
>> documented and doesn't work without own modifications in 2.1.5. So I 
>> wan't to use JSP because it is a stable and working alternative.
> Hmm, yes, it should work. From flow script you just select a pipeline 
> with a JSPGenerator instead of JXTemplateGenerator. The only missing 
> built-in support is the access to the bizdata object, but I think it 
> must be stored somewhere in the servlet API's objects, so access 
> should be possible.

This is another question I had: Why not using a scope like session or 
request to store the bizData?. Why flow must have its own scope? Is 
there a reason to do so? Or is it just a "grown up and not changed"?

Thank you.


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