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From "Ard Schrijvers" <>
Subject RE: json post
Date Mon, 06 Nov 2006 08:57:41 GMT
I know there was something to include all the params at once, without having to configure them
all seperately...something with queryString. Must be in the archives somewhere.

And otherwise, just create your own inputmodule, {myparams} and let this inputmodule return
all params + values in one string, like the GET looks like (perhaps you have to url encode
as well...).

Regards Ard 

In fact i am using ur solution adding params on the url... the bad side is that for each different
json call and different params i have to write different matches in sitemap... each one with
his params... btw in GET is functioning... also fi i think it's not the best solution btw.

Thank u very much for the quick answer

Best regards,

2006/11/5, Ard Schrijvers < >:
Is it possible to add the parameters to src="{1}.php" ? So, if you
get a post with param id, just call src="{1}.php?id={request-param:id}".
There also must be some way to append all request parameters with one input module, I forgot
how, but there has been a thread about it ones, you could find it in the archives. But, you
are then changing a POST into a GET then, with parameters in the url, perhaps you dont want

Can't the ProxyTransformer, or the cinclude transformer help you out (though I am not to familiar
with both) probably have to change them a little since you are expecting text/javascript...

Regards Ard 

Greetings all.

I found out that FileGenerator may let me grab output from a PHP page that outputs javascript
code (header("Content-Type: text/javascript");):
Unfortunately it does NOT propagate the POST data sent by javascript JSON call. 

<!--sitemap snip-->
<map:match pattern="*.json">
  <map:generate type="text" mime-type="application/javascript" src="{1}.php">
  <map:serialize type="text">

Indeed i successfully receive the Javascript string that i produce from PHP, but PHP does
NOT receive POST data from JSON call. 

The QUESTION is: i DO POST data from browser javascript function ---> to cocoon -->
arriving to PHP and back, but in some way in PHP i don't see any parameter sent by the browser,
so i presume that cocoon is NOT sending the params that browser sent to it through calling

I tested the example using just php and it is functioning good (POST data from json call is
in $GLOBALS['HTTP_RAW_POST_DATA']), but when i pass through cocoon i loose POST data in some

Is there any way i can POST data in javascript to a PHP page ? 

May a gentle soul between U all give me an hint (and maybe a piece of code) that can drive
me to solution, please?

Any idea is well accepted.

thanks in advance to all.


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