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Subject [DAISY] Updated: Simple Binding
Date Thu, 06 Oct 2005 11:43:12 GMT
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Name: Simple Binding (unchanged)
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Updated on: 10/6/05 11:42:20 AM
Updated by: Bruno Dumon

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--- <html><body><p>TODO</p></body></html>
+++ <html>
+++ <body>
+++ <h1>Concept</h1>
+++ <p>As an alternative for the more flexible <a href="daisy:488">binding
+++ framework</a>, there is also a simpler solution when that can be used when there
+++ is a 1-to-1 coupling between the XML and the form.</p>
+++ <p>The XML format is such that there is one XML element for each widget and the
+++ element gets the widget id as name. Exceptions from this is that the elements in
+++ a <a href="daisy:496">repeater</a> get the name "item" and an attribute
+++ "position" with the position of the repeater child, instead of just a number
+++ (which is not allowed as element name). Childs of a
+++ <a href="daisy:490">MultiValueField</a> are also embeded within an "item"
+++ element. If the Form widget does not have an id it get the name "unknown".</p>
+++ <p>An AggregateField can both be interpreted as one value and as several
+++ widgets. This ambiguity is resolved by chosing to emit the single value rather
+++ than the fields as XML. For population of the form both forms are however
+++ allowed.</p>
+++ <h1>Usage</h1>
+++ <p>The simple XML binding is implemented by the following class:</p>
+++ <pre>org.apache.cocoon.forms.util.XMLAdapter
+++ </pre>
+++ <p>To load XML, you simply construct an XMLAdapter with a form instance as
+++ argument to the constructor. You can then load XML into the form simply by using
+++ the XMLAdapter as a ContentHandler for the XML parser, and save the XML by using
+++ the toSAX method on the XMLAdapter object.</p>
+++ <p>In the flowscript CForm API, the form object has a <tt>getXML()</tt>
+++ that returns an XMLAdapter instance. But more simply, there are also
+++ <tt>form.loadXML(uri)</tt> and <tt>form.saveXML(uri)</tt> methods.</p>
+++ </body>
+++ </html>

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