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From Faron Dutton <>
Subject RE: SQL and Stylesheets
Date Thu, 13 Mar 2003 16:06:02 GMT

If you are running cocoon from the command line then be aware that the
Cocoon class will request the page three times: once to determine the mime
type, once to get the outgoing links, and once to get the actual content.


> -----Original Message-----
> From: Richard Cunliffe []
> Sent: Thursday, March 13, 2003 10:32 AM
> To:
> Subject: RE: SQL and Stylesheets
> Thorsten
> Ok, I when I looked at the book I thought I would take it 
> back one step,
> for it to make more sense to me. Therefore I thought I would start off
> doing all the XPATHs together instead of separating it out and doing
> many more MATCHes. 
> If you look on page 171 of the 'Cocoon Building applications' 
> we can the
> result that the SQL transformer comes out with, we don't normally see
> this. Therefore I think I was calling templates that exist(although
> temporarily).
> Can you check I'm right?
> I have got the results to come out correctly by just copying the book,
> but as soon as I start adding things to the style sheet, 
> things start to
> go wrong, that's why I thought I would set it up myself from start to
> gain a better understanding. 
> If I am calling the correct templates, can you see why it displays my
> XML document 3 times?
> If I'm wrong :-( about the templates on page 171, then tell me, and I
> will try and work from there example a bit more.
> Thanks
> Richard
> By the way I have included my sitemap!

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