[opencms-dev] Writing HTML directly into a vfs file

David Currie dcurrie at opensistemas.com
Fri Jun 27 15:47:02 CEST 2003

Hi Matthias.

Can you be a little more specific about what you are trying to do?  I
have various fragments of code I've written that might help you, but I
need to know more about the context.  Are you going to do this from a
Content Definition?  A JSP?  A class called from a JSP?  etc.

Basically, you should look at the CmsResource.createResource() calls. 
You need to have a CmsResource object available, which is why I asked
those questions above.

By the way, /system/bodies/* is only used for files of type PAGE.  If
you just want to create a PLAIN file in the VFS, all you have to do is
include the file path and body in the arguments to createResource() and
you're done.

Hope this helps.


On Fri, 2003-06-27 at 12:13, Matthias Schmidt wrote:
> Hi list,
> I have to write a Class that can directly write HTML code into a file in the
> vfs. I know that the file content of a file
> /myfile.html
> really is stored in a file
> /system/bodies/myfile.html
> inside an XML tag. I guess, there MUST be an OpenCms method that does
> exactly that for me, but I cannot find it. Has anybody got a hint for 
> me? The Code
> and HTML editors must be using it, but I still cannot find it.
> Thanks in advance!
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