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From michael.raffenb...@t-online.de (Michael Raffenberg)
Subject Re[2]: Parsing a Request Stream
Date Tue, 26 Mar 2002 21:39:41 GMT
Hello Jeremy,

Thursday, March 21, 2002, 11:20:25 AM, you wrote:

JQ> At 2:22 pm +0100 19/3/02, Michael Raffenberg wrote:
>>Hi,
>>
>>i like to receive a post input stream with the following sitemap
>>definitions:
>>     <map:match pattern="request">
>>       <map:generate type="stream">
>>         <map:parameter name="form-name" value="msg"/>
>>       </map:generate>
>>       <map:serialize type="xml"/>
>>     </map:match>
>>This works ok.
>>The input will contain some xml-data with a dtd.
>>Is it possible to get this input parsed again the dtd?

JQ> Not sure, you can validate it against a Schematron though.

JQ> Look in <slash-edit/> in CVS:

JQ>         xml-cocoon2/src/scratchpad/webapps/mount/editor/editor.xmap

>>How can i track down any errors if the input is not valid?

JQ> Valid, or well formed?

JQ> There is little you can do to catch mal-formed XML in a form field using
JQ> the StreamGenerator, it was designed for inter-application usage, the
JQ> assumption was that all XML transferred, would already be well-formed..

>>After parsing the input, i like to transform it with some
>>xslt-stylesheets, how do i have to configure the sitemap for this?

JQ>      <map:match pattern="request">
JQ>        <map:generate type="stream">
JQ>          <map:parameter name="form-name" value="msg"/>
JQ>        </map:generate>
-->>              <map:transform src="your.xsl"/>
JQ>        <map:serialize type="xml"/>
JQ>      </map:match>

JQ> Hope this helps

JQ> regards Jeremy

Sorry for this stupid question again, but i didn't find a solution right
now.
All i wanna do is to check an xml-file (or input through the
StreamGenerator) against its DTD.
Is the Parser configuration in the cocoon.xconf the right place to
start (<parameter name="validate" value="true"/>)?

Thanks in advance

-- Michael



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