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From Mesut Ali Ergin <>
Subject Re: WebService Proxy
Date Tue, 01 Mar 2005 19:30:03 GMT
Hi Andrea,

If you are after a POST/GET request, you might use cinclude transformer 
as follows. Hope it helps.

Mesut Ali Ergin

Graduate Assistant, Rutgers Univ. WINLAB
73 Brett Road, Piscataway, NJ 08854, USA


            <map:match pattern="getThat.xml">
                <map:generate src="details.xml"/>
                <map:transform type="cinclude"/>
                <map:serialize type="xml"/>


<data xmlns:cinclude="">



Andrea Vagliengo wrote:

> Hi all,
> I want to forward a HTTP request from my cocoon application to a remote 
> (servlet) application, then while the former waits the last performs its 
> operations. I want to capture back the result of these computations mo 
> make them available for local cocoon styling.
> I have found some documentation about the WebServiceProxy Generator, but 
> I don't undestand HOW the "resulting XML content" is taken from the 
> remote webapp to the local cocoon webapp. There is no indication about 
> how to associate the particular proxy to the pointed resource, and 
> nothing about how the XML-based produced response is captured by cocoon 
> application.
> Does anybody of you can help me?
> Thanks a lot,
> best regards
> Andrea
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