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From Todd Wright <coc...@jtconsult.com>
Subject Re: Simple problem?
Date Mon, 21 Jan 2002 23:43:00 GMT
Tim,

Thanks for the info..

What is the root element of the stylesheet? If it is HTML then it is 
implicitly being set to HTML
Todd

>Hi Todd,
>
>Hmm no we don¹t have that as I understand Cocoon does not support the
>xsl:output...... Here is the snip from the faq
>
>The Cocoon project doesn't implement the xsl:output feature for XSLT because
>we believe it breaks the separation of concerns and doesn't match the
>internal Cocoon architecture
>
>But yes this would solve the problem I believe and that¹s why I am asking
>the community for any ideas. We have the same problem with html entities
>being parsed and then "reread" from a form text field back into a database
>and then not being strict xml/xsl.
>
>FWIW
>The only browser that outputs html entities in form text fields as they are
>in the code is IE 5x on a mac and NOT the OSX version of the browser. We
>have tested Opera, Netscape, Icab etc etc.
>
>So some how we have to disable output escaping on the data contained in text
>fields that are in forms....
>
>I have also tried to play with the PIs and still no success.
>
>Tim Cavanagh
>
>
>
>on 22/1/02 1:50 AM, Todd Wright at cocoon@jtconsult.com wrote:
>
> > Tim,
> >
> > In the XSL do you have a xsl:output tag?  It looks like the stylesheet is
> > assuming html for the output type.
> >
> > Todd Wright
> >
> > At 10:56 AM 1/21/2002 +1030, you wrote:
> >> Hi all,
> >>
> >> We have hopefully a simple problem using cocoon 1.8.2. I am editing 
> html in
> >> a form field on a html page that is parsed by cocoon.
> >>
> >> The trouble is that cocoon is reading correctly formatted list items
> >> <LI>blah</LI> and then parsing them back out as <LI>blah (no
closing tag)
> >> and then when I submit the form data back cocoon throws an error 
> because the
> >> list tag is not closed. I have tried to change the DTD currently
> >> REC-html40/strict.dtd to loose.dtd but this still wont output the closed
> >> list item tags. What I really would like to do is to disable the output
> >> escaping so that only raw code is output to the text field.
> >>
> >> The edit page is being with xsp and this is the code:
> >>
> >> <util:include-uri>
> >> 
> <util:href><xsp:expr>"http://blah.com.au/blah.acgi$edit_Stories?"+<session:g
> >> et-attribute name="loginPageQueryString" />+"&#038;anid=" +
> >> <session:get-attribute name="anid" /> + "&#038;cachebuster=" +
> >> <session:get-last-accessed-time as="long" /></xsp:expr></util:href>
> >> </util:include-uri>
> >>
> >> And this page of xml is being parsed by an xsl stylesheet
> >>
> >> <?xml-stylesheet href="/ls/xsl_edit.xsl" type="text/xsl"?>
> >>
> >> Can anyone help? I hope this this is enough information.
> >>
> >> --
> >>
> >> Regards
> >>
> >> Tim Cavanagh
> >> MindMedia
> >> Douglas Mawson Institute of Technology
> >>
> >> Phone +618 83032669
> >> Fax   +618 83032667
> >>
> >> "What can be done with fewer assumptions is done in vain with more"
> >> William of Ockham
> >>
> >>
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> > Todd Wright
> > Software Developer / Technical Trainer
> >
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> >
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