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Subject RE: XMLForm Deprecated?
Date Mon, 01 Sep 2003 14:21:58 GMT

You're right, deprecated doesn't mean deleted.
But I'm not really happy because XMLForm doesn't support all the XForm stuffs.
And JXForm?

Do you have some information about differences between XMLForm and JXForm and how to migrate?

Sylvain (T)

-----Message d'origine-----
De: Sylvain Wallez []
Date: lundi, 1. septembre 2003 16:05
Objet: Re: XMLForm Deprecated? wrote:

>But what do you do if you already use XMLForm and don't have time to change all the things?
>Sylvain (T)

Is there anything that prevents you continue using XMLForm ? If you are 
happy with it, there's no reason to change. And being deprecated doesn't 
mean that it will be deleted tomorrow.

But if you are frightened by this deprecation, you may consider 
switching to JXForms which AFAIK should not be that much complicated.


>-----Message d'origine-----
>De: Sylvain Wallez []
>Date: lundi, 1. septembre 2003 10:34
>Objet: Re: XMLForm Deprecated?
>Ryan Hoegg wrote:
>>I would guess that if you like XMLForm better than what you see of 
>>JXForms, then maybe the XMLForm community is not "dead" after all.
>>Looking at and the CS repository, it looks like 
>>Ivelin has removed all Cocoon code from the codebase.  The 
>>XMLFormTransformer is gone.  So I guess you could 1) Start using the 
>>XMLForm servlet thing on that site, 2) Try to resuscitate the 
>>XMLFormTransformer as a block, with possibly a dependency on the 
>> code, or 3) migrate to JXForms.
>My personal choice is 4) use Woody.
Sylvain Wallez                                  Anyware Technologies 
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