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From Werner Guttmann <Werner.Guttm...@morganstanley.com>
Subject Re: XSP Java Class Include
Date Fri, 16 Aug 2002 16:42:19 GMT
And more importantly, do not to forget to put a

<xsp:exp>instance_of_your_class</xsp:expr>

at the place where you want the generated XML to be inserted into your document.

Werner

"Lai, Harry" wrote:

> Hi Brian,
>
> I'm not totally sure if this is the cause of your problem, but make sure
> your xsp:structure element is inside your xsp:page element, but outside your
> content element.  So for example:
>
> <xsp:page _namespace stuff_>
>         <xsp:structure>
>                 <xsp:include>org.my.custom.Class</xsp:include>
>         </xsp:structure>
>
>         <actualContent>
>                 ...
>         </actualContent>
> </xsp:page>
>
> Anyway, hope that helps!
>
> Harry
>
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Brian Schwark [mailto:bschwark@aci-hq.com]
> Sent: Friday, August 16, 2002 10:27 AM
> To: cocoon-users@xml.apache.org
> Subject: XSP Java Class Include
>
> Hello,
>
> I'm new to Cocoon, trying to work my way through the documentation. So far,
> I've been able to get most things to work satisfactorily enough, however
> I've run into a roadblock while trying to implement XSPs. So far, I've
> written a quick and dirty example, of which all I want to do is import a
> custom class and call a function from that class. From what I understand in
> the documentation, to import a custom class all I need to do after the
> appropriate .jar file containing the class into the cocoon/web-inf/lib
> directory is to include the following tag in my XSP, (or XSL? Can someone
> clarify this please? The documentation is sketchy and I have seen examples
> using either method. Are both kosher?):
>
> <xsp:structure>
>         <xsp:include>org.my.custom.Class</xsp:include>
> </xsp:structure>
>
> However, when the file is serialized, Cocoon merely spits out the text
> between the <xsp:include> tags, as if it hasn't even recognized that as a
> parameter. If I try to call a function from that class in a <xsp:logic> tag,
> cocoon dies with an error explaining that it can't find the class.
>
> I'm understandably confused at this point, as all the examples I've looked
> at seem to show that including the class is as trivial as using the above
> mentioned structure tag. For redundancy (or lack of a better idea), the
> class has also been added as an additional classs in the web.xml file inside
> the web-inf directory. The logic in my XSP is working, as I'm able to call
> java.util classes without a problem.
>
> Thanks in advance for any insight,
>
> Brian Schwark
> bschwark@aci-hq.com
>
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