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Subject [Cocoon Wiki] Updated: FlowBasedXMLEditor
Date Thu, 16 Sep 2004 04:21:10 GMT
   Date: 2004-09-15T21:21:10
   Editor: TonyEdwards <>
   Wiki: Cocoon Wiki
   Page: FlowBasedXMLEditor

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Change Log:

@@ -35,6 +35,7 @@
 To create a new document, pass the name of the document to the '''newDocument''' function.
Adding attributes is as simple as calling '''addAttribute'''. If the nodeParent parameter
is null, the attribute gets assigned to the document root.
 [[BR]]The use of the '''sessionManager''' is interesting. 
 [[BR]]I couldn't for the life of me get a reference to the DOM if I used the '''cocoon.session'''
object. I don't know why. I scoured all manner of places and found the use of the sessionManager,
stuck the document in there, and then I was able to access the DOM from the pipeline. Maybe
I missed something, but it works.
+[[BR]]Some of the code is specific to my particular application but most of what's in jsUtils.js
is generic enough to be used in your own projects. Let me know if you do and keep me informed
of any improvements you make!!
 [[BR]] var sXmlName = "TestDoc";
 [[BR]]    var xmlDoc = newDocument("hierarchy","description",Trim(sXmlName));
@@ -42,7 +43,7 @@
 [[BR]]    addAttribute(xmlDoc,null,"hrcyNumber",0);
 [[BR]] 	var sessionManager = cocoon.getComponent("org.apache.cocoon.webapps.session.SessionManager");
 [[BR]]	var session = sessionManager.getSession(true);
-[[BR]]	session.setAttribute("hrcyDoc", hrcyDoc);
+[[BR]]	session.setAttribute("xmlDoc", xmlDoc);
 [[BR]]	cocoon.sendPage("tree-menu");		
 [[BR]] The sitemap pipeline that process the evergrowing document looks like this (note the
name of the session attribute):

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