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From William Moore <williammo...@mac.com>
Subject Re: Sql Transformer
Date Mon, 25 Mar 2002 14:49:39 GMT
Markus

Did you get ny replies off-list to your question?

I too had lots of problems with SQLTransformer, but managed to find 
workarounds.

In particular there seems to be a problem with namespaces. It is described 
(and fixed) by Christopher Watson in the message with subject "RE: Cocoon 
2.0 release, IE5.5, XML NAMESPACE" dated 2001-12-03 23:35:03. His message 
is in the archives at http://marc.theaimsgroup.com/?l=xml-cocoon-
users&m=100742253606131

I never used the serverpages generator, so your problem may be somewhere 
else. If you send me your sitemap and some of the xml xsl files, I might 
be able to help some more.

Regards

William

On Sunday, March 24, 2002, at 11:20  am, Markus Blank wrote:

> Hi,
> I created an xml File with an Insert into statement. The xsl File should 
> show text like Database succesfully updated. Following Parameters were 
> stored in the db .... and so on.
>  
> But I always get a nullpointer exception at the serverpages generator.
>  
> If the xsl file is commented out in the sitemap the database will be 
> updated-but the error appears. If the stylesheet is not commented out the 
> error appears and the db won´t be updated.
>  
> I tried a simple xml file -(insert into mytable Values ('aa')) and chose 
> the xml serializer-but my browser couldn´t display the xml code.
>  
> Could anyone help me to insert data using sql transformer without a 
> nullpointer exception
>  
> Markus


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