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From Suzan Foster <>
Subject Re: How to return xml from a flowscript?
Date Fri, 06 Jan 2006 10:18:43 GMT
I think you are missing the option of running the XQuery directly from 
the flowscript using your xml as context document. This is what we are 
doing with X-Hive's XQuery implementation.

Jonas Lundberg wrote:

>Right. It is not possible to pass the XML to an qxuery pipeline
>(starting with an xquery generator), then (unless it is passed as an
>escaped string). Thanks for the explanations.
>That leaves two options, since the xquery generator does not support
>the Cocoon protocol.
>a) store from flowscript.
>b) store from xsp (as I do now).
>(and then do the content management of the stored data (before or
>after storage) in the xquery)
>To me, there does not seem to be any specific advantages or
>disadvantages of either solution, if I only store uploaded files in
>that way. Does that seem right?
>Use of HTMLarea, or similar widget, should get the same problem. Is
>that correct?
>(the problem being that all '<' and '>' in the text are escaped
>together with html tags, causing problems when un-escaping the data to
>get xml)

Met vriendelijke groet,

Suzan Foster
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