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From annemarie.hartvig...@telenor.com
Subject <!ENTITY foo SYSTEM "file.name"> (was: ESQLl where condition)
Date Wed, 08 Aug 2001 11:11:28 GMT
Hi, you're right it should work and it does.

I discovered that the error was in another place, namely in my main xml
file. I had a file called welcome.xml which pointed to a file called
def.xml. In def xml. was the code for opening the connection and running the
query (part of which I attached in the last mail). In welcome.xml it was
included as:

-----------------------------------------

...

<!DOCTYPE document [
...
  <!ENTITY definitions SYSTEM "def.xml">
]>

...

  <def_data>
      &definitions;
    </def_data>

...

-----------------------------------------

I discovered after a while that the changes made in def.xml was not updated.
Welcome.xml was still using the earlier version of the document. I find this
most peculiar and unlogic, but can find no other explanation. I took away
the pointers and included the code directly in welcome.xml and now it works
perfectly.

My problem now is that welcome.xml becomes very long. I run several queries
and had much better control over my code when I could separate it into
different files. Does anybody know any way to fix the problem with
welcome.xml not seeing the changes to def.xml and the other files?

Thanks again,
/Anne Marie

-----Original Message-----
From: JEULIN Olivier [mailto:olivier.jeulin@xml-ais.com]
Sent: 8. august 2001 11:49
To: 'cocoon-users@xml.apache.org'
Subject: RE: ESQLl where condition


It should work.
The only problem I can think of, is that something goes wrong when the java
class is generated.
So take a look at it (in your 'repository' directory) and search for the
string "select deviceID, description from terminal" to see if it's correct
or not (truncated for exemple).


######### original message #########

I'm trying to run a query and it will not work properly. in mysql I have two
tables and I run the following query:
 
mysql> select deviceID, description from terminal, deviceType where
deviceType.deviceType = terminal.deviceType;
+----------+-------------+
| deviceID | description |
+----------+-------------+
| 57685251 | PSTN        |
| 57685251 | PSTN        |
| 22671300 | ISDN        |
| 90098999 | GSM         |
| 95755499 | GSM         |
+----------+-------------+
5 rows in set (0.00 sec)
 
When I try to run it on a xsp page (see code at the bottom of the page) I
get the following result:
 
Device ID Description 
90098999 PSTN 
95755499 PSTN 
57685251 PSTN 
22671300 PSTN 
57685251 PSTN 
90098999 ISDN 
95755499 ISDN 
57685251 ISDN 
22671300 ISDN 
57685251 ISDN 
90098999 GSM 
95755499 GSM 
57685251 GSM 
22671300 GSM 
57685251 GSM 


As far as I can see the where condition is not working when I run it in the
xsp page (as you can see below this is the result when the query is run
without the condition).
 
mysql> select deviceID, description from terminal, deviceType;
+----------+-------------+
| deviceID | description |
+----------+-------------+
| 90098999 | PSTN        |
| 95755499 | PSTN        |
| 57685251 | PSTN        |
| 22671300 | PSTN        |
| 57685251 | PSTN        |
| 90098999 | ISDN        |
| 95755499 | ISDN        |
| 57685251 | ISDN        |
| 22671300 | ISDN        |
| 57685251 | ISDN        |
| 90098999 | GSM         |
| 95755499 | GSM         |
| 57685251 | GSM         |
| 22671300 | GSM         |
| 57685251 | GSM         |
+----------+-------------+
15 rows in set (0.00 sec)

What's the problem? Is there something special about the esql syntax? Or is
it something else?
 
Anybody who can figure it out?
 
/Anne Marie
 
 
<esql:execute-query>
    <esql:query>
      select deviceID, description from terminal, deviceType where
deviceType.deviceType = terminal.deviceType;
    </esql:query>
(snip)

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