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From "Schmitz, Jeffrey A" <>
Subject RE: Implementing a series of transformations
Date Thu, 01 Mar 2007 14:28:49 GMT
Yeah, I think you've hit on the realization I hit on this morning (thus my recent posting).
 What I really need to implement is a custom tranformer instead of a logic sheet.  That's
what I'm working on right now.  Any examples you could provide?

The xml I'm generating will be fed into an xslt tranform.  And actually, I need to feed the
result of an xslt transform into my transformer, thus I think implementing a custom tranformer
(and not a xsp or custom generator) is going to be required.  Right?


-----Original Message-----
From: Grzegorz Kossakowski [] 
Sent: Thursday, March 01, 2007 8:25 AM
Subject: Re: Implementing a series of transformations

Schmitz, Jeffrey A napisaƂ(a):
> Hello,
>    I've been struggling with the following scenario for some time and 
> thought it was time to post.  Basically, I need to be able to perform 
> the following types of translations, in the order specified, all with 
> one pipeline, and I can't figure out how to do it using Cocoon:
> 1.  Transform an existing XML File using XSLT 2.  Transform the result 
> of step one using an XSP (i.e. Java code) that produces new XML.
> 3.  Transform result of Step 2 using two more XSLT scripts 4.  Use the 
> result of step 3 in another XSP
What your XSP pages really perform? I see that you want to use them as trasnformers but XSP
files can be used in generators. How would you make use of xml generated by Cocoon's pipeline
in your XML?

Grzegorz Kossakowski

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