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From Jan Behrens <>
Subject Re: Cocoon-based RSS server
Date Fri, 10 Nov 2006 07:31:25 GMT
Hi James,

couldn't you just use cforms along with xml binding to serialize the input 
from a form into a new xml file on the server? This is not really RSS 
specific but could still be a fast way to achieve this.
I am a newbee, so if this doesn't realy makes sense, please tell me.

HTH, Jan

"James Cummings" <> schrieb am 09.11.2006 

> Hiya,
> I have a very light-weight pared-down cocoon server running under
> jetty, and I want to add an RSS (or similar) server to the site.  I
> already have xslt which will take an RSS file and display it, but
> wanted to know if there was an existing and easy to plug-in solution
> someone would recommend.
> What I want is something to take input as an action from an XHTML
> webform where a user fills out a form, and then this is added as valid
> RSS (or atom, or whatever) to an existing file as valid RSS (or atom,
> or whatever).  I don't want it to have a database-backend, I don't
> want to have to approve posts or anything (happy to delete them if
> they are inappropriate).  Optionally, I suppose, I wouldn't mind if it
> sent an email when a new item was posted.
> Does cocoon already have something like this built in that I could use
> (to take form content and put it, well-formed, into a file).  Does
> someone have an example I can steal from?
> I'm trying to avoid using other technologies (i.e. PHP etc.) if 
> -James
> -- 
> James Cummings, Cummings dot James at GMail dot com
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