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From "Derek Hohls" <>
Subject Re: xml frm XSP
Date Fri, 20 Aug 2004 06:23:41 GMT

Unless you can make this question more specific,
the general answer is "the same way any other 
XML is generated" or, to put in another way, the 
XML for a form can be generated from a pipeline 
which can be as flexible as you like.  With XSP
as the starting generator, you could have various
logic sections that build up the required parts of
the form.

I assume you are talking about CForms - so bear
in mind there are 3 parts to such a form - the model,
the binding and the layout.  The "dynamic" aspect
varies for each.  For example, in one of my forms
its only the selection lists that are changing, so this 
appears as :

<fd:selection-list  src="cocoon:/form-X-pipeline.xml" dynamic="true"/>

in the form model.


>>> 2004/08/20 08:35:57 AM >>>
How can dynamic xml forms be generated using xsp?

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