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From Christopher Oliver <res1c...@verizon.net>
Subject Re: JXForm or JXTemplate ?
Date Thu, 12 Jun 2003 18:02:39 GMT
If you use jxForm.js then you must use the JXForms template.
However, you can use both JXForms and JXTemplate by running one as a 
generator and the other as a transformer in the same pipeline.

Jeremy Quinn wrote:

> Hi All
>
> I guess I am a bit confused by the samples .....
>
> I am writing a flow app to edit Composite Beans, persisted by 
> Hibernate (or are they better described as Bean Graphs ?).
>
> Of the two Form Template languages I am considering using, I think I 
> prefer 'apache.org/cocoon/templates/jx/1.0' to 
> 'apache.org/cocoon/jxforms/1.0'.
>
> The former appears to me to be more adaptable. Any feedback here?
>
> Of the two Flow programming styles I see examples of, I think I prefer 
> to take advantage of the 'jxForm.js' library, than work without it, as 
> this library appears to handle lots of stuff automatically like Bean 
> population from the Request, Schematron validation etc. which I find 
> useful considering my application. (Feedback welcome).
>
> Can the 'jxForm.js library ' style programming be used with 
> 'apache.org/cocoon/templates/jx/1.0' style Template Language, or does 
> it only work with 'apache.org/cocoon/jxforms/1.0'? I do not see any 
> example of the former combination.
>
>
>
> Thanks for any enlightenment.
>
> regards Jeremy
>
>




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