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From Christian Haul <h...@dvs1.informatik.tu-darmstadt.de>
Subject Re: sitemap design patterns - hybrid selector/matcher?
Date Mon, 10 Jun 2002 07:32:38 GMT
On 09.Jun.2002 -- 07:53 PM, Jonathan Layes wrote:
> Hi all, 
> 
> I have a recurring theme in a few of my sitemaps and, although I
> have solved the problem, I'm not particularly happy with the solution.
> Here's the problem in pseudo-sitemapese: 
> 
>   <map:match pattern="*.html">
>     <map:act desc="an action to be applied to all xhtml">
>     
>       <map:match pattern="a*.html" desc="source A-prefixed xhtml">
>          <map:generate/>
>          <map:transform/>
>       </map:match>
> 
>       <map:match pattern="b*.html" desc="source B-prefixed xhtml">
>          <map:generate/>
>          <map:transform/>
>       </map:match>
> 
>       <map:match pattern="*.html" desc="source of all other xhtml">
>          <map:generate/>
>          <map:transform/>
>       </map:match>
> 
>       <map:transform desc="a common template to apply regardless of source"/>
>       <map:serialize/>
>     </map:act>
>   </map:match>
> 
> The above doesn't work when coded with matchers.  C2 falls through
> the nested matches, hits the generic case and obviously throws 
> an exception because it tries to call a second generator.

That sounds like a bug. Although I'm probably not the right person to
help finding it, it would be important to provide more information,
like the version of Cocoon you're running and the actual sitemap
snippet plus sitemap.log for this case.

> There are some obvious solutions to this problem.  One is to copy
> the common transform and serialize stages into each of the 
> nested matches, forcing C2 to stop processing in the individual
> nested matches.  Slightly cleaner is to put the final transform/
> serialize step in a resource and have each of the nested matches
> call the resource.  I really don't like the finality of resources,
> however - they feel too much like goto statements.  
> 
> What I think I want to do here is use the "if-then-else" processing
> model of selectors.  Choose only one of the a*, b* or * patterns,
> generate the xhtml, and finish by applying the final transform/
> serialization regardless of source.  

Look for a switch selector. I'm not aware whether it's in 2.0.3 or
HEAD only. AFAIR it was invented for such a case.

	Chris.

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