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From Tony Edwards <>
Subject Re: Exiting flowscript by sending XML to a pipeline
Date Tue, 16 Jan 2007 22:32:39 GMT
I wrote a little item for the wiki a while back wherein I create and 
manipulate a dom document in flowscript then send the dom back to the 
sitemap for presentation.
Hop onto the wiki and do a search for:
If its not detailed enough (I wrote it a while back) let me know.

Hope this helps!

Mark Lundquist wrote:
> On Jan 16, 2007, at 10:43 AM, Walter Lewis wrote:
>     My thanks to Jason for the keys to the regular expression kingdom,
>     or at least that part solvable by type conversion. :)
>     Now that the data is being manipulated in flowscript to my
>     satisfaction (or, at least, well enough for the moment), on to the
>     next question:
>     How to exit flowscript and pass the output into another (or
>     containing) pipeline expecting XML.
>     I have a public pipeline that includes this match:
>     <map:match pattern="results">
>     <map:call function="main"/>
>     <map:transform type="cinclude" />
>     <map:serialize type="xml"/>
>     </map:match>
> OK, that's going to have to change. Once your pipeline calls a 
> flowscript function, it is /done/. There must be more processing to 
> eventuate in a reply to the client, but that will take place in other 
> pipeline(s).
> You could put your cinclude transformer into the pipeline that has the 
> jx generator. Or, you could put the <map:call> into another pipeline 
> and call it (<generate src="cocoon:/whatever") from the "results" 
> pipeline.
> HTH,
> —ml—

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