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From "Antonio Gallardo" <agalla...@agsoftware.dnsalias.com>
Subject Re: Strange <xsp:attribute> behaviour
Date Thu, 19 Dec 2002 15:40:20 GMT
This is one of the things that will be corrected or enhanced in the next
version of cocoon. "remove of spaces chars".

For now you can work around:
<xsp:param name="name"><xsp:expr>"Category"</xsp:expr></xsp:param>
<xsp:attribute
name="name"><xsp:expr>"Carboxypeptidases"</xsp:expr></xsp:attribute>

or try to use the xsl function normalize-space() in a stylesheet.

Antonio Gallardo


Vermeulen, Francis dijo:
> Hi,
>
> can anyone tell me why the following xsp statements:
>
> 			<xsp:element>
> 				<xsp:param name="name">
> 					<xsp:expr>"Category"</xsp:expr>
> 				</xsp:param>
> 				<xsp:attribute name="name">
>
> <xsp:expr>"Carboxypeptidases"</xsp:expr>
> 				</xsp:attribute>
> 				(Generating free amino acids)
> 			</xsp:element>
>
> Generate this sort of Java code:
>
>>>>>>>>>>>>>
>
>     xspAttr.addAttribute(
>       "",
>       "name",
>       "name",
>       "CDATA",
>       "\n\t\t\t\t\t" + String.valueOf("Carboxypeptidases") +
> "\n\t\t\t\t"
>     );
>
>
>     this.contentHandler.startElement(
>       "",
>
>
>         ("Category")
>       ,
>
>
>         ("Category")
>       ,
>       xspAttr
>     );
>
>     xspAttr.clear();
>
>
>         this.characters("\n\t\t\t\t");
>
>         this.characters("\n\t\t\t\t");
>
>         this.characters("\n\t\t\t\t(Generating free amino acids)");
>
>         this.characters("\n\t\t\t");
>
>
>     this.contentHandler.endElement(
>       "",
>
>
>         ("Category")
>       ,
>
>
>         ("Category")
>       );
>
> <<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<
>
> The problem here is in the "xspAttr.addAttribute()" call that these
> strings "\n\t\t\t\t\t" are being appended to
> "String.valueOf("Carboxypeptidases")", which is obviously not what I
> intended. To bypass this problem, I'm forced to add the correct Java
> code directly into the xsp file, eg:
>
>  xspAttr.addAttribute(
>       "",
>       "name",
>       "name",
>       "CDATA",
>       String.valueOf("Carboxypeptidases")
>     );
>
> This behaviour is however not consistent, in some other xsp files the
> correct code is generated. I've been looking at the xsp: stylesheet, but
> cannot find an explanation for this behaviour.
>
> Regards,
> Francis
>
> ============================================
> Ing. FRA Vermeulen
> Senior J2EE Architect
> ECM Solutions - Eindhoven
> mobiel: +31 (0) 6 222 03 856
> e-mail: francis.vermeulen@atosorigin.com
> ============================================
>
>
>
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