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From Peter Sparkes <pe...@didm.co.uk>
Subject Re: Inter Server Communications
Date Mon, 20 May 2013 10:58:27 GMT
Now working. Thanks to all.

I used xslt to generate the cinclude, to insert the variables

Regards

Peter

On 17/05/2013 23:53, Thorsten Scherler wrote:
> On 05/17/2013 05:20 PM, Peter Sparkes wrote:
>> Hi
>>
>> I have an application in which I require to send a POST request from
>> the server to another non Cocoon website ( to set parameters for a
>> newsletter which uses phplist newsletter software) and the response
>> would be in JSON
> Highly depends on your underlying usecase what to do with the response
> and further the cocoon version you are using. I lately use the REST-way
> in c3 but you can post anything with cinclude in 2.1.x like:
>
> <cinclude:includexml>
>    <cinclude:src>http://10.231.27.63/sql_templates/</cinclude:src>
>    <cinclude:configuration>
>     <cinclude:parameter>
>      <cinclude:name>method</cinclude:name>
>      <cinclude:value>POST</cinclude:value>
>     </cinclude:parameter>
>    </cinclude:configuration>
>    <cinclude:parameters>
>     <cinclude:parameter>
>      <cinclude:name>text</cinclude:name>
>      <cinclude:value>
>       <ROOT xmlns:sql="urn:schemas-microsoft-com:xml-sql">
>         <sql:xpath-query xmlns:lsa="blah"
> mapping-schema="schema/address.xsd">(/lsa:Address)</sql:xpath-query>
>       </ROOT>
>      </cinclude:value>
>     </cinclude:parameter>
>    </cinclude:parameters>
> </cinclude:includexml>
>
> as described in http://mail-archives.apache.org/mod_mbox/cocoon-users/200512.mbox/%3C06B403677C41D51194550002A55107D2057B8993@s5-stf1-r1.nrn.nrcan.gc.ca%3E
>
>
>> This would be server to server without any client browser being involved
> Actually if I understand your usecase that is not 100% needed. The user
> has the newsletter form generated by cocoon and the result has to go to
> the php server. IF the php is reachable form the "outside" then a simple
> javascript would do to treat the response. If not I recommend a httpd in
> front and there just proxy/rewrite the request to the different server.
>
> salu2
>
>> How do I do this?
>>
>> Help please
>>
>> Peter
>>
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