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From Tim Cavanagh <timca...@tafe.sa.edu.au>
Subject Re: Simple problem?
Date Mon, 21 Jan 2002 23:18:33 GMT
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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