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From "Lewis, Andrew J" <>
Subject A small bug in the sitemap....
Date Tue, 05 Feb 2002 19:40:20 GMT

I accidentally discovered that if you use a <map:select> with only an
<xsl:otherwise> and no <xsl:when> tags, the sitemap is generated with an
else but no if and therefore failes to compile. 

Ok, I admit that generally speaking if you only have an otherwise, why even
use a select. However, I happened to have all of the other conditions
commented out during development.

I'm sure this has been seen before, and I would consider it a very low
priority, but thought you might like to know...

This is on JDK 1.3.1 on Win NT 4, with Cocoon 2.0.1

      <map:select type="browser">
        <map:when test="wap"> </map:when>
        <map:when test="explorer6"> </map:when>
        <map:when test="explorer5"> </map:when>
        <map:when test="explorer"> </map:when>
        <map:when test="mozilla5"> </map:when>
          <map:generate src="WEB-INF/profiles/anonymous.xml"/>
          <map:transform src="stylesheets/default-other.xsl"/>

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