Hopefully you’re already using the ATG Cache Droplet extensively in your ATG eCommerce application, as I recommended in my ATG Performance Tuning post on Improving JSP Serving Time for an ATG Application. If you are, you’re probably using a smaller value for the cacheCheckSeconds parameter […]
Thanks to Doug Henderson sending me some code updates I have released a new version of the RSS Feed Droplet (first mentioned in this post) which supports configurable character encodings. This can be very useful if you have “interesting” characters in the content you are publishing.
I have also rolled the code into […]
I sat down a few hours ago to start a droplet which would generate an RSS feed based on data in an ATG Repository. Surprisingly, I think I’m done.
Basically what it is is a droplet, which you put on an otherwise empty JSP page (it’s important that there is no whitespace on the JSP […]
You can download it all here.
The example JSP takes in a query parameter userId and generates the XML for the user profile with that id. For instance, if you call:
you get this……