On 5/3/00 at 10:35 pm, balld@webslingerZ.com (Donald Ball) wrote:
>I think that this approach might ease some of the suggested security flaws
>with my XMLForm - at the cost of having the form automatically generated
>rather than crafted by hand. It's a tradeoff, but it might be worthwhile.
I think this is the way to go
I'd probably want to add extra info as in my message dated 28 Feb ...
Though some of this may be mixing "contracts" .... I guess default values ought
to go in the XSL that renders the form, or maybe collected from entities?
So "news" is the name of the top element, "title", "body" etc, are the names of
the formfields and the corresponding XML elements, right?
I guess attributes like "minlen" and "maxval" would be dependant on the
"datatype" so may require a different structure ...
So apart from the fact this obviously needs needs further work :)
What else is missing?
>Oh, btw, there's a newer version of XMLForm available on my web site -
>including a working example! It adds, edits, and removes nodes. It uses
>XSP to generate the 'choose' and edit forms. A little kludgy but
>effective. Check it out at
I'll check it out ...
Jeremy Quinn media.demon