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From Tony Edwards <>
Subject Re: Pipeline result in a flowscript?
Date Tue, 10 Oct 2006 22:50:16 GMT
Two flowscript calls should do it:

	var pipelineUtil = cocoon.createObject(;
	var document = pipelineUtil.processToDOM("webHierarchyLink", null);

First line sets up the magic, the second line gets the result of the "webHierarchyLink" matcher
in the sitemap as a dom 
document which can be further processed etc.

Hope this helps.

Tony (Edwards)

Joerg Heinicke wrote:
> On 10.10.2006 17:49, Dev at weitling wrote:
>> What's the best way to get the result of a pipeline for further
>> processing in a flowscript?
>> cocoon.processPipelineTo looks a little bit like overkill with its bean
>> and stream parameters.
> There is a class called PipelineUtil. Sample code should also be 
> available "somewhere" (wiki etc.).
>> Or: Effectively I just want to get one value from a JDBC connection.
>> Just one lonely integer...
> As Tony said (hey, Tony, you are back to Cocoon? :) ), put it in
> a "service layer". If you do not have structured your application into 
> different layers you can just extract the code into a Java class. You 
> simply access any Java class in flowscript.
> At least using a different pipeline looks like complete overkill (not 
> only cocoon.processPipelineTo).
> Jörg
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