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From Charles Yates <ceya...@stanford.edu>
Subject Re: 2 (should be) easy questions
Date Mon, 10 Mar 2003 18:03:43 GMT
Richard Cunliffe wrote:

> Hi,
>
> I have two questions:
>
> 1. I’m not sure if this cocoon or my inability to do XSL, but I have 
> my web page images in an images folder, under the root directory 
> soundpool. Everything was looking good until I checked the site in 
> netscape, when I found the images were not loading. I consequently 
> checked on other on other computers, and they were not working there 
> either. Do I need to included something in my sitemap to tell cocoon 
> where the images are. If this is not the case, could someone please 
> tell me how to get them to work. The rest of my XML is being parsed 
> correctly. Below is an example in my style sheet referencing an image:
>
> <img src="C:\tomcat\webapps\cocoon\soundpool\images\uktop10.gif"/> - 
> This is what XML Spy produced in its XSLT designer, I have also tried
>
to do it that way figure out how to browse to the image on your 
filesystem using the file:// scheme.
should be something like file://C:\tomcat\webapps . . . Then use that url.

> <img src="images\uktop10.gif"/> – this also doesn’t work
>
to do it that way you need to define a reader for the gifs in your 
sitemap. see
http://xml.apache.org/cocoon/userdocs/readers/resource-reader.html

> 2. My next question is a DTD question
>
> I have SQL statements in my XML code to query a MySQL database, and I 
> now want to display the results, but how do I define this SQL query in 
> my DTD?? I have attached a XML file.
>
I would dispense with the dtd if you're just trying to get things working.


Charles



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