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Subject Re: Cocoon FlowScript + woody : change styling via javascript
Date Tue, 27 Apr 2004 16:11:05 GMT
Dear Bruno,

Thanks for the info

In fact I'm looking for a solution to display a hidden field  when some 
conditions are met.

By example, in my flowscript , I check some value then I discover an 
At this moment I will change the widget "message" and return the form to 
the user with his data.
But the messagebox must appear only if the validation is ok.

I do not speek about simple validations . These are validation that I have 
to make with my back end system.

If you have any idea ..



Bruno Dumon <>
27/04/2004 17:59
Please respond to users
        Subject:        Re: Cocoon FlowScript + woody : change styling via 

On Tue, 2004-04-27 at 15:54, wrote:
> Dear All,
> Is it possible to change the styling of a widget or better change a
> real property of the real input field via the Flowscript ?

No, because flowscript does simply not know about (nor has access to)
these things. Especially not to the "real input field", which isn't
modeled by an object model or something, but generated by an XSLT.

Do you have a need to change the styling of your widgets at runtime?

You might be able to do useful things by generating the form template
using the JXTemplateGenerator.

Bruno Dumon                   
Outerthought - Open Source, Java & XML Competence Support Center                

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