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From Brian McCallister <>
Subject Re: Woody & Flow Events
Date Thu, 15 Jan 2004 04:45:34 GMT
To follow, up, i have had no success using the location attribute in 
the form:

<wt:form-template action="" 
location="getAttribute($session,'clockout-form')"> (action blanked to 
remove continuation for testing)

and setting the form in the session from flow as:

cocoon.session.setAttribute("clockout-form", new 

Or variations thereupon. I have confirmed that the form is set, but the 
particular error with the above code is:

org.apache.cocoon.ProcessingException: Failed to execute pipeline.: 
org.xml.sax.SAXException: Object returned by expression 
"getAttribute($session,'clockout-form')" is not a Woody Form.



On Jan 14, 2004, at 10:46 PM, Brian McCallister wrote:

> This seems like it should be obvious, but I haven't found docs for it, 
> nor figured it out from the examples -- how can I start execution of a 
> flow script with a form submission using woody and flow (not a Java 
> action listener)
> Take for example the fairly common occurrence -- a site you can 
> navigate around that presents a login box on every page that you can 
> access at any time. The submission of the form starts a flow of 
> execution, it is not in the middle of one.
> I can see a possibility for action callbacks in the form definition, 
> but then I cannot figure out how to access the form (to transform it) 
> without using form.showForm(...) to display a pipeline for the form.
> Is there a secret I haven't found for doing this?
> -Brian
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