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From Daniel Fagerstrom <dani...@nada.kth.se>
Subject Re: Using the same object model in forms and jxtg
Date Thu, 03 Feb 2005 08:59:30 GMT
Carsten Ziegeler wrote:

> Currently we have two sitemap components, the jxtg and the forms 
> transformer, that are able to evaluate dynamic expressions.
> Today I found out, that even these two components use different 
> identifiers: for example if you want to access the continuation id, 
> you use "cocoon/continuation/id" in jxtg. But this doesn't work in the 
> forms transformer. There you have to use "continuation/id". And the 
> annoying part is that this last expression works in jxtg but is 
> deprecated.
> I think this is really confusing.
>
> So, anyone against using the same object model in these components? 
> This means introducing the "cocoon" object in the forms transformer 
> and at the same time deprecating the access without the cocoon object.

+1

Another question is, why care about the FormsTransformer at all, does it 
give us something that we can't get from JXTG + Sylvain's macros?

/Daniel



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