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From bugzi...@apache.org
Subject [DO NOT REPLY: Bug 3057] XSLT not working when generating with own generator from file
Date Fri, 17 Aug 2001 10:00:34 GMT
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http://nagoya.apache.org/bugzilla/show_bug.cgi?id=3057

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  navigation. How can they possibly affect each other?
  
  ------- Additional Comments From kavalar@bokowsky.de  2001-08-10 10:55 -------
! I verified this on windows2000 and linux running tomcat 4 from cvs.
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  navigation. How can they possibly affect each other?
  
  ------- Additional Comments From kavalar@bokowsky.de  2001-08-10 10:55 -------
! I verified this on windows2000 and linux running tomcat 4 from cvs.
! 
! ------- Additional Comments From vincev@gmx.de  2001-08-17 03:00 -------
! This means: There are some elements below the root element: info, navigation 
! and content.
! info is still hardcoded in our generator, as is content. Navigation - which is 
! between those two same leveled elements is read from a File with:
! 
! Source is = resolver.resolve(navFile);
! // resolver is org.apache.cocoon.environment.SourceResolver, which is set by 
! setup
! is.stream(super.xmlConsumer);
! 
! This implementation of the navigation can be turned off via nav=0 in the query 
! URL.
! Now when we XSLTrensform this XML both, navigation and content, are missing 
! while with turned off navigation the content is visible. This may not be after 
! there is no Error thrown saying the XML was not valid and one element may not 
! affect another in the same level.

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