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Subject Re: querying to the server's database through cocoon using the client web application
Date Wed, 03 Sep 2003 13:33:03 GMT

use sitemap aggregation

your final page will be the results sever pages aggregation (static 
content, dynamic content from your xsp that run the queries etc etc)

-- stavros 

On Wed, 3 Sep 2003, [windows-1255] ΰεψι λδο wrote:

> Hi and good day to you all!
> I am using the binary version of Cocoon version 2.0.4 for JDK 1.4.
> My server is the Apache Jakarta Tomcat version 4.1.27.
> My database is MySQL version 4.0.13 using the JConnector driver version
> 3.0.8.
> My computer’s operating system is Microsoft Windows 2000 Professional.
> I need to be able to create links in my Cocoon generated
> web-application, which are actually queries to the server’s (cocoon
> connected) database. Clicking on any of these links would not change the
> entire page but a selected portion in it. I do not mean using frames or
> iframes. Is there any coding language I can use for that? From what I
> gathered by now, XSP as amazing as it is, is not useful in this case,
> since it is used for internal server operations only.
> What are my options? Is JSP useful for that? If so, how do I create a
> pipeline in the sitemap that doesn’t send an entire page but only the
> portion that is requested or do I use xpointer to get only what I need
> of the entire received page.
> Thanks for reading so far. Any help is welcome and greatly appreciated,
> god bless…
> 				Ori Cohen

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