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From Kamal Bhatt <>
Subject Re: content managed dynamic cforms
Date Fri, 30 Jun 2006 01:41:34 GMT

OK, I see your problem. I agree it is cruddy. I am surprised that you 
cannot getChildren from the form. It has been a while since I looked 
into those classes. Sorry for the misunderstanding.


Michael Ralston wrote:
> Kamal Bhatt wrote:
>> It breaks the cocoon model, but it works. Maybe you can make the 
>> parameter for body into another pipeline, turn the bizdata into XML 
>> and use and XSLT to process the resultant XML. If you do, give me a 
>> yell because now that I think about it that is a pretty crappy way of 
>> doing things.
> It looks like you've basically hard coded your fields into the 
> flowscript. This is what I wanted to avoid. I'd like to make it 
> possible to add/remove fields in lenya, then the code can obtain the 
> data submitted in the form without any previous knowledge of what 
> fields it will be given. This way I can use the same 
> javaflow/flowscript code for every contact form, no matter what fields 
> that form has.
> Michael
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