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From Peter Robins <coc...@peterrobins.co.uk>
Subject Contents of map:handle-errors?
Date Fri, 15 Mar 2002 11:34:21 GMT
In my 2.0 setup, I had a map:handle-errors with a simple map:read of an html 
file. This worked fine. However, with 2.0.1, this no longer compiles. I 
looked in the documentation (yes, really!): sitemap.html describes something 
called map:error-handler (I assume this is an, er, error) and says that 

"you do not define a generator inside the error handler. Beside this 
issue you configure the error handler like a pipeline. Thus you can choose 
your transformer, and serializer, and all other features of pipeline 
processing"

If I look in the DTD on the other hand it tells me I can have generators, 
xformers and serializers (sic: what would I do with more than 1 serializer?). 
I tried adding read to the DTD but this had no effect - which didn't surprise 
me, as afaics the DTD isn't actually used by anything.

Although read would, istm, be the simplest way of handling page not found 
errors, what I actually want to do is an aggregate, but the compiler doesn't 
like that either. Nor does it like a redirect or the cocoon:/ protocol.

So, how can I get a handle on this error, and handle without error those 
errors that the handle-errors error-handler won't handle?  ;-)

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