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From Josh2007 <>
Subject Re: How to get same function as java loadDocument(cocoon:/your.pipeline) in javascript flow?
Date Sun, 07 Oct 2007 07:09:44 GMT

Thanks a lot, you make my day easier.
I've been searching for 2 days now, digging in all the posts without any
I will give it a try and will let you know if I need any input about
transformation in javascript.


solprovider-2 wrote:
> Hi Josh,
> The function is posted:
> The function works for any source in Cocoon so you can use the
> "cocoon:", "file:", and "http:" protocols and any others you have
> configured.  Let me know if you need how to do a transform in
> JavaScript.
> solprovider
> On 10/6/07, Josh2007 <> wrote:
>> I would like to load a pipeline in my flowscript.
>> There's a function for that in java: document =
>> loadDocument(cocoon:/your.pipeline);
>> I can't figure out which way will provide me the same result in
>> javascript.
>> Actually, I need to get the result of a stream generation and xsl
>> transformation in my flowscript for further processing.
>> For now, I didn't find any solution in the previous posts.
>> Thanks,
>> Josh
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