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From Jakob Praher <>
Subject Re: XMLForms code
Date Fri, 28 Feb 2003 15:04:22 GMT
Am Fre, 2003-02-28 um 14.22 schrieb
> I have done the example off the site for XMLForms.
> Having got this to work i have tried to create a new form. I want to
> put a dropdown list in but have no idea what the code is.
> Is coding for XMLForms the same as XForms, so in this case i would do
> a <select1>?
> Im sure there is going to be more things i will want to use but dont
> know the code, is there some documentation for XMLForms anywhere?
it is very tight on the spec, but has some differences, for selectOne
you simply use:

<xf:selectOne ref="myProperty">
	<xf:caption>Please select:</xf:caption>

for more details look at the source code in:


in your cocoon webapp folder.

note if you are using the war file, you can use 

jar xfv cocoon.war

to extract it.

hope this helps.

-- Jakob

> I have looked but cant find anything apart from the tutorial for
> making a mailing list.
> Thanks
> Dale Ellis
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