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From "Guardiola, Derek (ELS-STL))" <D.Guardi...@Elsevier.com>
Subject blank pattern values in sitemap_xmap.java with CVS rebuild
Date Mon, 09 Jun 2003 16:47:16 GMT
I have rebuilt cocoon from its CVS "latest source distribution". I'm not
sure exactly which version that is distributed but I believe it might be
2.0.4 due to the timestamp. After troubleshooting some pipeline and
map:match pattern issues, I realized that the generated sitemap_xmap.java
file that is created by cocoon (tomcat work folder) will properly set the
pattern for my matches for the first sequential map:match tag. All
subsequent matches will have the pattern of ""

[code - sitemap_xmap.java]

	// Prepare the pattern for "hello.html"
	this.matcher_N1006B_expr = this.preparePattern("wildcard",
"hello.html");

	// Prepare the pattern for "helloCustom.html"
	this.matcher_N1007C_expr = this.preparePattern("wildcard", "");

	// Prepare the pattern for "hellocustomgen.html"
	this.matcher_N1008D_expr = this.preparePattern("wildcard", "");
	
[/code]


Notice the preparePattern is coming in blank. Here is my xmap file
snippet...


[code - sitemap.xmap]
	<map:pipelines>

		<map:pipeline> 
			<map:match pattern="hello.html" type="wildcard">
				<map:generate src="test/hello.xml" />
				<map:transform src="test/hello.xsl" />
				<map:serialize type="html" />
			</map:match>
		</map:pipeline>

		<map:pipeline> 
			<map:match pattern="helloCustom.html"
type="wildcard">
				<map:generate type="myGenerator" />
				<map:transform src="test/hello.xsl" />
				<map:serialize type="html" />
			</map:match>
		</map:pipeline>

		<map:pipeline> 
			<map:match pattern="hellocustomgen.html"
type="wildcard">
				<map:generate type="myGenerator" />
				<map:transform src="test/hello.xsl" />
				<map:serialize type="html" />
			</map:match>
		</map:pipeline>
		
	</map:pipelines>
[/code]


I've tried placing the map:match tags all inside one pipeline as well with
the same results. If I switch them around, they will have their correct
values for the first match only. Each one works properly by itself.
I noticed something similar with session issues causing blank values from
the CVS builds in earlier posts. Does anyone have insight into this?

>On Mon, 8 Apr 2002, James Harris wrote:
>
>> After having numerous problems trying to get sessions to work, looking
back
>> through the mailing list I discovered the messages below... Am I to
believe
>> from this that sessions in cocoon 2.0.1 are problematic if not broken?
This
>> has perplexed me all day so I would appreciate a quick response from
>> someone. Is it fixed in 2.0.2?
>
>Sessions work in c2.0.1, were broken in 2.0.2 and are fixed in current
>CVS.
>
>HTH,
>
>Andrew.



--
Derek Guardiola
Elsevier
Sr. Software Engineer

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