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From d...@cocoon.apache.org
Subject [Cocoon Wiki] Updated: FlowBasedXMLEditor
Date Thu, 16 Sep 2004 04:10:04 GMT
   Date: 2004-09-15T21:10:04
   Editor: TonyEdwards <anthonybedwards@optusnet.com.au>
   Wiki: Cocoon Wiki
   Page: FlowBasedXMLEditor
   URL: http://wiki.apache.org/cocoon/FlowBasedXMLEditor

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 - REVIEWER-CONTACT:[[BR]]
 
 My first cocoon application was a simple xml editor written under version 2.0.4.
-[[BR]]It utilised actions extensively and became a bit of a maintenance nightmare. It basically
allowed the user to create, edit and render into different formats an xml document derived
from a proprietory namespace. One of my greatest reservations about this method was the heavy
emphasis on Java as I'm not much of a java programmer at all.
-[[BR]]When 2.1.4 came along I though I'd port the application and jazz it up at the same
time. I managed to scrape up enough examples and snippets to come up with a fairly usable
solution.
+[[BR]]Utilising actions extensively it became a bit of a maintenance nightmare. It basically
allowed the user to create, edit and render into different formats an xml document derived
from a proprietory namespace. One of my greatest reservations about this method was the heavy
emphasis on Java as I'm not much of a java programmer at all.
+[[BR]]When 2.1.4 came along I thought I'd port the application and jazz it up at the same
time. I managed to scrape up enough examples and snippets to come up with a fairly usable
solution.
 [[BR]]Using flow to manipulate xml proved to be pretty straight forward, although I'm not
too sure as to the efficiency and optimisability of its application. [[BR]]So far so good
though.
 [[BR]] First step was to create a new flowscript file and include the necessary XML manipulation
classes. I'm generally flying blind when it comes to importing all these classes so there
may be some redundancy. 
 [[BR]]importClass(org.apache.xpath.XPathAPI);   

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