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From SAXESS - Hussayn Dabbous <dabb...@saxess.com>
Subject Howto debug sitemap flowcontrol and xslt-errors ?
Date Mon, 28 Oct 2002 12:44:27 GMT
Hy;
Is there some logging facility, that shows me, which resources 
have been utilised for one specific browser-request ?

A list of entries in a logfile would be very helpfull for me.
>From the cocoon config i learn, that the log-objects are
all in logmode "DEBUG", hence logging is fully enabled.
I don't know, how to get further infos without putting 
debug stetments into my own documents (<xsl:message/>.

It would be rather fancy, if i could get such a list in
a separate browser window, telling me, which resources
have been taken from the cache, which ones came from
the filesystem and so on...

Concerning XSLT-processing: I found it quite tricky to
debug a stylesheet, when i assemble my pages with the <map:part>
tag. Whenever i get an error in one of my stylesheets, the 
default XSLT seems to silently abort and all i get is an empty
page, or a partially constructed page, depending, where in my
parts the error occures. Sometimes i get a trace dump in the 
logs, sometimes i see nothing at all.
With the saxon-xslt parser i was used to get at least the 
error line, where my problem occurs. 
So, can i switch from the cocoon-XSLT to Saxon (How can i do this?)
and expect the same (more user firendly) behaviour, or are things
more complex ? ...

any comment would help.
regards, hussayn

-- 
Dr. Hussayn Dabbous
SAXESS Software Design GmbH
Neuenhöfer Allee 125
50935 Köln
Telefon: +49-221-56011-0
Fax:     +49-221-56011-20
E-Mail:  dabbous@saxess.com


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