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From "Joseph Jupin" <>
Subject Re: StreamGenerator: Could not get parser
Date Tue, 12 Feb 2002 16:57:30 GMT
Hi, Steve...

I did detail the solution out in another post to this 
newsgroup.  I don't have a reference to the exact post - 
but search for my last name and see if it returns from 
that.  If not, I'll search the archives tonite and forward 
it to you.  In it, I detail what I did with the sitemap 
and what I had to write in my servlet to get this to work.


peace.  JOe...
ps -> last name is :  jupin

On Mon, 11 Feb 2002 12:36:32 -0500
  "Steven Caswell" <> wrote:
>Joe, could you share your solution.  I am having the same 
>-----Original Message-----
>From: Steven Caswell [] 
>Sent: Monday, February 11, 2002 12:07 PM
>Actually, that was a fat-finger on my part, Kinga...  I 
>typed in the sitemap by hand - but it really is going to 
>request2...  Also, I changed the variable name in the 
>sitemap and form accordingly - removed the 
>capitalization...  it appears that when setting a request 
>attribute on the URLConnection class - it converts it all 
>to lower case on the way out - thus, I had to make the 
>But, I solved my problem which I'll detail in another 
>many thanx for your help! 
>peace.  JOe... 
>On Thu, 31 Jan 2002 06:03:12 -0800 
>   "DZIEMBOWSKI,KINGA (HP-NewJersey,ex2)" 
><> wrote: 
>>The expected form name is "Foo" it looks like you have 
>>I assume you are sending the xml document using the form 
>>similar to 
>>I like point to you that the request you are sending is 
>>/cocoon/request2 and the sitemap entry you are showing 
>>references request1. 

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