It’s resolved. My elements didn’t have the right namespace.

I still don’t understand why there is a difference between source being a file VS other processing step though.

 

From: Lochschmied, Alexander
Sent: Freitag, 20. November 2009 10:31
To: 'dev@cocoon.apache.org'
Subject: RE: Unbalanced tags not triggering endTransformingElement in Transformer

 

Hello again!

 

I think I was wrong, unbalanced tags do not seem to cause it. Here is sample input XML for my transformer:

 

      <rowset xmlns="http://www.vishay.com/rowspan/1.0">

            <row>

                  <P1000>abc</P1000>

                  <P1001>def</P1001>

                  <T8400>

                        <img src="small.jpg">img</img>

                        <br>br</br>

                        <a href="javascript:void(0)" onClick="foo(42)">Enlarge</a>

                  </T8400>

 

The elements inside T8400 (img, br, a) do not trigger endTransformingElement() but they do trigger startTransformingElement(). And again: This is only a problem if the input XML is coming from another Cocoon processing step. It is not a problem if the input XML is read from file system (with FileGenerator). This is actually the most confusing part for me.

If input comes from a file, they do generate the end events.

 

Any pointers for me?

 

Thanks,
Alexander

 

From: Lochschmied, Alexander
Sent: Donnerstag, 19. November 2009 14:23
To: 'dev@cocoon.apache.org'
Subject: RE: Unbalanced tags not triggering endTransformingElement in Transformer

 

To avoid confusion, please swap the pattern values of my example; “OK” should be “NOT_OK” and vice versa.

 

Let me call <br/> “unbalanced” element as opposed to <br></br>.

I’m extending AbstractSAXTransformer and noticed that unbalanced elements do not trigger endTransformingElement(…) if the source (or generator) is cocoon:/something.

 

Example:

 

1. Unbalanced tags do NOT trigger endTransformingElement(…)

        <map:match pattern="NOT_OK">

            <map:generate src="cocoon:/something"/>

            <map:transform type="custom-transformer"/>

            <map:serialize type="xml"/>

        </map:match>

 

2. Unbalanced tags do trigger endTransformingElement(…)

        <map:match pattern="OK">

            <map:generate src="same_something_as_above_but_now_as_a_file.xml"/>

            <map:transform type="custom-transformer"/>

            <map:serialize type="xml"/>

        </map:match>

 

Can somebody explain what I could possibly be missing or is that a bug in Cocoon?

 

Thanks,
Alexander

 

From: Lochschmied, Alexander
Sent: Donnerstag, 19. November 2009 13:46
To: dev@cocoon.apache.org
Subject: Unbalanced tags not triggering endTransformingElement in Transformer

 

Hello!

 

Let me call <br/> “unbalanced” element as opposed to <br></br>.

I’m extending AbstractSAXTransformer and noticed that unbalanced elements do not trigger endTransformingElement(…) if the source (or generator) is cocoon:/something.

 

Example:

 

1. Unbalanced tags do NOT trigger endTransformingElement(…)

        <map:match pattern="OK">

            <map:generate src="cocoon:/something"/>

            <map:transform type="custom-transformer"/>

            <map:serialize type="xml"/>

        </map:match>

 

2. Unbalanced tags do trigger endTransformingElement(…)

        <map:match pattern=" NOT_OK">

            <map:generate src="same_something_as_above_but_now_as_a_file.xml"/>

            <map:transform type="custom-transformer"/>

            <map:serialize type="xml"/>

        </map:match>

 

Can somebody explain what I’m could possibly be missing or is that a bug in Cocoon?

 

Thanks,

Alexander

 

Alexander Lochschmied

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