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From Michael Wechner <coco...@wyona.org>
Subject rdf from Slashdot and Freshmeat
Date Thu, 04 Apr 2002 20:50:29 GMT

Hi

I would like to use the rdf from Slashdot and Freshmeat via XInclude.
http://www.slashdot.org/slashdot.rdf
http://www.freshmeat.net/backend/fm.rdf

Everything works fine except that the following declaration

xmlns="http://my.netscape.com/rdf/simple/0.9/"

within these document makes a lot of trouble. First of all
the XSLT transformer just doesn't seem to match anything if the
declaration is present. When I remove it, everything works fine.
The other thing is when the bracket > is on a new line then the
XML Serialzer seems to remove the declaration. When the bracket >
is on the same line, then it will stay there.

Pretty strange everything.

Did anybody xinclude this stuff before?

Thanks

Michael


Michael Wechner wrote:

> For us mod_proxy seems to work quite alright so far, except for
> the following problems:
> 1) Referer which are used for later redirection (held within session)
> 2) Absolute URL's within pages
> 3) Absolute Path to images
> 
> We are currently resolving these problems by setting on the Cocoon side
> some rules how these URL's have to be "rewritten" in case the 
> publication is viewed via proxy. But it's not very elegant (Although
> other applications such as for instance Zope seem to have the same 
> problem).
> 
> Maybe we just need some more experience:-)
> 
> Michael
> 
> giacomo wrote:
> 
>> On Thu, 4 Apr 2002, Michael Wechner wrote:
>>
>>
>>> Did you try mod_proxy?
>>>
>>> You will find some notes at
>>>
>>> http://www.wyona.org/docs/wyona-cms-docs/integrator-guide/virtual-server/proxy-apache.html

>>>
>>>
>>
>> We had some issues with ProxyPass (I don't remember right now what it
>> was) and used both like this:
>>
>> RewriteRule ^/cocoon/(.*)$ http://cocoonhost:8080/cocoon/$1 [P,L]
>> ProxyPassReverse  /cocoon/ http://cocoonhost:8080/cocoon/
>>
>> Giacomo
>>
>>
>>> All the best
>>>
>>> Michael
>>>
>>>
>>>
>>> Liam Morley wrote:
>>>
>>>
>>>> I read up on working with mod_rewrite in the Cocoon FAQ, and I'm 
>>>> having a
>>>> bit of a hard time getting mod_rewrite to cooperate with my sessions.
>>>>
>>>> I've got the following in my Apache httpd.conf:
>>>>
>>>> RewriteEngine On
>>>> RewriteLog "E:/rewrite.log"
>>>> RewriteLogLevel 3
>>>> RewriteRule /cms/(.*) /cocoon/cms/$1 [PT]
>>>>
>>>>
>>>> Each time the page is visited, a new session ID is created. After 
>>>> checking
>>>> the logs, I noticed that the JSESSIONID isn't getting passed when using
>>>> mod_rewrite. Here's an excerpt from the log without using mod_rewrite:
>>>>
>>>> PARAM: 'cookie' VALUES: '[JSESSIONID=A897E11152D430961782D5C9D9E67211;
>>>> CMSUSER=mMsjah1coqlTGONdauaj1HrXi%2Fi2nT0lSZBixdwP%2BwQ%3D]'
>>>> PARAM: 'connection' VALUES: '[Keep-Alive]'
>>>> PARAM: 'accept-encoding' VALUES: '[gzip, deflate]'
>>>> PARAM: 'referer' VALUES: 
>>>> '[http://localhost/cocoon/cms/info/mission.html]'
>>>> PARAM: 'accept' VALUES: '[image/gif, image/x-xbitmap, image/jpeg,
>>>> image/pjpeg, application/vnd.ms-excel, application/vnd.ms-powerpoint,
>>>> application/msword, */*]'
>>>> PARAM: 'accept-language' VALUES: '[en-us]'
>>>> PARAM: 'user-agent' VALUES: '[Mozilla/4.0 (compatible; MSIE 6.0; 
>>>> Windows
>>>> NT 5.1; Q312461)]'
>>>> PARAM: 'host' VALUES: '[localhost]'
>>>>
>>>> And here's what happens when I use mod_rewrite:
>>>> PARAM: 'cookie' VALUES:
>>>> '[CMSUSER=mMsjah1coqlTGONdauaj1HrXi%2Fi2nT0lSZBixdwP%2BwQ%3D]'
>>>> PARAM: 'connection' VALUES: '[Keep-Alive]'
>>>> PARAM: 'accept-encoding' VALUES: '[gzip, deflate]'
>>>> PARAM: 'referer' VALUES: 
>>>> '[http://localhost/cms/news/news_story_1.html]'
>>>> PARAM: 'accept' VALUES: '[*/*]'
>>>> PARAM: 'accept-language' VALUES: '[en-us]'
>>>> PARAM: 'user-agent' VALUES: '[Mozilla/4.0 (compatible; MSIE 6.0; 
>>>> Windows
>>>> NT 5.1; Q312461)]'
>>>> PARAM: 'host' VALUES: '[localhost]'
>>>>
>>>> As you can tell, there's no JSESSIONID when I use mod_rewrite.. 
>>>> also, the
>>>> 'accept' parameter is different.
>>>>
>>>> If anybody can help me, I'd greatly appreciate it. Thanks:)
>>>>
>>>> Liam Morley
>>>>
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