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From Lionel Crine <>
Subject Re: using my own transformer several times in a pipeline
Date Fri, 05 Sep 2003 11:44:13 GMT
As far as I know,

the component of a pipeline are called once at the same time.
This is not step by step.
I'm sure someone else can tell you more about it.(and tell if I'm wrong)

You may use several pipeline using <map:action> and <map:redirect-to> !!!!

Hope that help.


At 12:06 05/09/2003 +0200, you wrote:
>I have written a transformer which should perform a transformation in three
>steps in a pipeline. Therefore I call the transformer three times in my
>pipeline. The transformer puts xml-tags into the outgoing xml that tell it,
>when the transformer is re-executed, which transformation it should
>perform. That should guarantee that it transforms the xml according to the
>rules for the first transformation in the first step, according to the
>rules for the second transformation in the second step...
>But if I include the transformer three times in my pipeline, the
>transformation process is only executed once. So I receive an xml-structure
>which has only undergone one of three necessary transformations.
>Could somebody please tell me if I have to include special interfaces to
>use my transformer three times in the same pipeline or if I have to specify
>certain parameters in my sitemap?
>Thank you for your help.
>Gregor Bertrand
>P. S.: Thank you, Ramy, for solving my parameter problem.
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