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From "Chitharanjan Das" <c...@accordiasys.com>
Subject RE: MS Excel
Date Thu, 16 May 2002 13:57:55 GMT

Hello there,
	This seems very interesting...
Andrew, could u please guide me to the necessary documentation for
setting up the pipeline entries for cocoon and MS Excel.

The sitemap entries
Samples 
and Some documentaion.

That would be awesome....

Thanks in advance..
Regds,
Chiths




-----Original Message-----
From: Andrew C. Oliver [mailto:acoliver@apache.org] 
Sent: Wednesday, May 15, 2002 4:55 PM
To: cocoon-users@xml.apache.org
Subject: Re: MS Excel

Ahh...  Okay this makes sense.  I didn't read carefully enough about the

version of Cocoon.
I'd highly suggest using a recent nightly build of the serializer if 
you're using gnumeric 1.0.3+ (the format changed).  A number of 
enhancements have been added recently as well as preliminary work on 
support for formulas.  

You can leave out formatting/style information.  The default style 
should be applied.  The serializer completely ignores printer 
information.  If you grab a recent build of Cocoon there is 
documentation on exactly what the serializer pays attention to and
ignores.

If you decide to use the released version you'll need to use an earlier 
version of Gnumeric to match (pre 1.03 should work).

-Andy

 

Andrew Timberlake wrote:

>Typically, as I posted my last message I thought of how I could fix it.
>I changed the xmlns to xmlns:gmr="http://www.gnome.org/gnumeric/v7" and
>added <gmr:Content></gmr:Content> around the content and it works.
>
>I do still have one question. I want to produce a fairly complicated
>spreadsheet through an XSL transformation, what information can be left
>out of the gmr namespace and what cannot.
>Can I just include cell information or do I need the style and print
>information as well?
>
>Thanks for any help
>
>Andrew
>
>On Wed, 2002-05-15 at 21:20, Andrew Timberlake wrote:
>  
>
>>Andy
>>
>>I thought I'd add that the Excel samples all work!
>>
>>Andrew
>>
>>On Wed, 2002-05-15 at 21:09, Andrew C. Oliver wrote:
>>    
>>
>>>Can you supply the XML you're using?  have you tried turning
Logkit.conf 
>>>in WEB-INF/conf to DEBUG for everything and looking in WEB-INF/logs/*

>>>for details?  
>>>
>>>-Andy
>>>
>>>Andrew Timberlake wrote:
>>>
>>>      
>>>
>>>>I understand that the XSL Serializer is now Cocoon's domain instead
of
>>>>POI.
>>>>I know that using Gnumeric to create initial xml for use through the
>>>>serializer should work.
>>>>I am using Gnumeric 1.0.4 on Redhat 7.3 to generate a basic
spreadsheet
>>>>and then trying to serialize it but it is crashing MS Excel 2000?
>>>>
>>>>Anyone got some ideas on what I may be doing wrong thanks.
>>>>
>>>>PS. Cocoon 2.0.2a
>>>>
>>>> 
>>>>
>>>>        
>>>>
>>>
>>>
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>>Andrew Timberlake
>>Digital Design Development
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