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From "Paul Bowler" <>
Subject Re: Passing form-bound XML to pipeline
Date Thu, 12 Aug 2004 12:11:52 GMT
> Er. I don't quite understand your problem. The xmldb source is writable, 
> which means that you can bind to a source that is in your XMLDB.
> Then if you have your bound object as a DOM, you can say 
> cocoon.sendPage("your-url", {myDom: dom}); and then in JXT say #{myDom} 
> should show the XML of that DOM object.
> Isn't that straightforward enough?
> Regards, Upayavira

I don't understand your answer, so (for me anyway) it is not straight forward, sadly.

The XML for my form is fetched from a cocoon pipeline which is, in effect, a mini query engine
taking in a few 
parameters. Are you saying that if I remove this and use an xmldb source directly then all
the binding is taken care of?

Also, I do not know what JXT is or how to use it, but will do some searching.

All I want is to be able to get at the XML created in the binding framework to use in another



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