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From Tony Edwards <>
Subject Re: sitemap get xml from pure java servlet
Date Mon, 18 Dec 2006 22:11:43 GMT
Hi James,
Would the webservicesproxygenerator help you out here?
I use it to call another web application written in Struts that returns the data as either

I call it like this, passing through parameters as needed:
<map:generate type="wsproxy" src="{global:proxy-src}/aim/;token={session-attr:token}">

Check out the docs for it.

Hope this helps,



PS Merry Christmas to everyone!

James Holstead wrote:
> Thank you Janne,
> My apologies, because I just realized that I forgot to mention the need
> to pass uri params to the servlet aswell. 
> I know generate type="file" doesn't support this..I'll look at the
> x/cinclude specifications.
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Janne K. Olesen [] 
> Sent: Friday, December 15, 2006 8:24 PM
> To:
> Subject: RE: sitemap get xml from pure java servlet
> Hallo James,
> there is more than one solution, for example:
> 1. Cocoon's file transformer is able to read files using "http", so just
> use something like
> <map:generate src="http://your-servlet-url/" type="file"/>
> <map:transform ...>
> in your sitemap.
> 2. Have a look at cInclude-/xInclude-Tranformer to include external
> (xml-)-content into your files.
> Greetings
> Janne K. Olesen
>> Hello,
>> I have a servlet that processes credit card transaction for various
>> gateways and returns XML responses. Is it possible for a sitemap to
> send
>> URI arguments to a 'non-xsp' servlet like this and load the resulting
>> XML back through a transformer?  (wanting to keep third party gateway
>> software as a non-cocoon servlet 
>> Or am I better of just cut and pasting into an xsp:logic and hoping
> for
>> the best?
>> James Holstead
>> Software Engineer
>> Tybrin Corporation
>> 850.337.2718
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