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From Olivier Billard <obill...@rennes.jouve.fr>
Subject Re: Using built-in stylesheets tags in other built-in stylesheets
Date Thu, 17 Jul 2003 15:15:56 GMT
Hi Adrian,

I didn't saw that the
     <xsl:template match="@*|*|text()|processing-instruction()" priority="-2">
       <xsl:copy>
          <xsl:apply-templates select="@*|*|text()|processing-instruction()"/>
       </xsl:copy>
     </xsl:template>

missed the <xsl:copy>... (damned)

Thank a lot !

--
Olivier Billard




adrian.geissel@ecb.int wrote:

> Hi Oliver,
> 
> For a logicsheet to work properly, you must 
> 
> a) provide a default transformation for elements not handled by your XSL
> eg.
>   <xsl:template match="@*|*|text()|processing-instruction()" priority="-2">
>      <xsl:copy>
>         <xsl:apply-templates select="@*|*|text()|processing-instruction()"/>
>      </xsl:copy>
>   </xsl:template>
> 
> and 
> b) you must have a root <xsp:page/> handler, to kick the whole thing off:
> 
>   <xsl:template match="xsp:page">
>     <xsp:page>
>       <xsl:apply-templates select="@*|*"/>
>     </xsp:page>
>   </xsl:template>
> 
> 
> Then, all you need to do is call <xsl:apply-templates/> in the spots in your
> logic where you want the nested logic-tags to be evaluated.
> 
> HTH
> /Adrian
> 
> 
> 
>>-----Original Message-----
>>From: Olivier Billard [mailto:obillard@rennes.jouve.fr]
>>Sent: Thursday 17 July 2003 17:03
>>To: dev@cocoon.apache.org
>>Subject: Re: Using built-in stylesheets tags in other built-in
>>stylesheets
>>
>>
>>Hi Tim,
>>
>>Thanks for your answer.
>>
>>I've tried
>>xsp < esql < mystylesheet
>>and xsp < mystylesheet < esql
>>
>>and none worked...
>>
>>It seems that order in namespace declaration is no longer 
>>taken into consideration...
>>
>>Any other idea ?
>>
>>
>>-- 
>>Olivier BILLARD
>>
>>
>>
>>Tim Myers wrote:
>>
>>
>>>The stylesheets get chained together in a pipeline one 
>>
>>after the other.  The
>>
>>>only issue of one stylesheet using another is order in the 
>>
>>pipeline.  Your xsp 
>>
>>>must be transformed by any logicsheet that uses another 
>>
>>logicsheet before it
>>
>>>is transformed by that other logicsheet.  xsp.xsl is the 
>>
>>least dependent, most
>>
>>>depended logicsheet.  esql uses it.  
>>>
>>>Here's the part i'm not sure about:
>>>
>>>Which ever order they are declared in cocoon.xconf is the 
>>
>>order you should 
>>
>>>declare your logicsheet in:
>>>
>>>yourlogicsheet > esql > xsp
>>>or 
>>>xsp < esql < yourlogicsheet.
>>>
>>>There was once a time when processing order was determined 
>>
>>by the order the
>>
>>>namespaces appear on the root element.  I don't think that 
>>
>>is any longer the
>>
>>>case.
>>>
>>>Tim
>>>
>>>On Thu, Jul 17, 2003 at 04:23:38PM +0200, Olivier Billard wrote:
>>>
>>>
>>>>Hi all !
>>>>
>>>>I've already asked this question on the users list, but the 
>>
>>dev-ers may be more able to 
>>
>>>>answer... :)
>>>>
>>>>I would like to know if there is any issue in using tablibs 
>>
>>from built-in stylesheets 
>>
>>>>(like esql) in user-custom built-in stylesheets.
>>>>
>>>>For me, no Java code is generated...
>>>>Isn't it possible ?
>>>>How does Cocoon deal with all these built-in stylesheets ? 
>>
>>A global stylesheet with 
>>
>>>>"xsl:import" or "xsl:include" ? Is there a requiered order 
>>
>>of declaration in cocoon.xconf 
>>
>>>>to be able to cross-use taglibs ?
>>>>
>>>>Thanks in advance !
>>>>
>>>>-- 
>>>>Olivier BILLARD
>>
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