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From Antonio Gallardo <>
Subject Re: Using the output of a pipeline to call another pipeline?
Date Sun, 02 Oct 2005 03:07:26 GMT
Derek Hohls wrote:

>(Just on the side here - sorry to disrupt the thread - I would
>echo the support for more detailed info - tutorial + sets of 
>examples would be *really* good - for creating Actions using
>Javascript  - this would open up an area of Cocoon for us 
>non-Java gurus - Thanks...) 
>>>> 2005/09/30 09:09:10 AM >>>
>Thank's for the replies,
>Both using an action, and using a flowscript seem promising, but also
>For the flowscript solution to work, I need to read the xQuery result
>from a cocoon pipeline. Unfortunately, cocoon.processPipelineTo() does
>not work as in this example:
>readImage() {
>// get request uri in here somehow
>var realfile =
>//parse response
>var realFilename = getFilenameFromResponse(realfile);
>processPipelineTo wants an outputstream to send the response to,
>rather than storing it in a variable, as I need to do. Is there a way
>around this?
You can also use a more specific methods instead of processPipelineTo(). 

Best Regards,

Antonio Gallardo.

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