Hi Thorsten,


Thanks for pointing out actions. I will have a closer look at them.


Setting the status code is no problem, we already do that. The problem is that we only know within the XSLT code if a page is available in a certain country, because this is defined in XML.






From: Thorsten Scherler [mailto:scherler@gmail.com]
Sent: Donnerstag, 12. Dezember 2013 14:33
To: users@cocoon.apache.org
Subject: Re: Trigger Cocoon http response code from within XSL code


On 12/12/2013 02:21 PM, Daniel Schmidt wrote:



In our project we have multiple languages and some pages are not available in a certain country. If that is the case, we just output a message. For Search engines it would be good to respond with a different status code then 200.


The question is: Is it possible to trigger a different http status code from within the XSL-code to the sitemap? Is there a way of doing something like that?


Thank you!



Daniel Schmidt | Jr Web Developer | TomTom Business Solutions | daniel.schmidt@tomtom.com | +49(0)341 24495-920 office | +49(0)341 24495-888 fax | www.tomtom.com/business


Depending which version I would suggest an action to do that. There are examples how to set the status code, the question which one would you want to set? From within xslt I think it is a bit more complicated.


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