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From "Binkley, Peter" <Peter.Bink...@ualberta.ca>
Subject RE: class widgets
Date Tue, 15 Mar 2005 20:16:45 GMT
Thanks, Beate, your telepathic proof-reading skills nailed the problem: my <ft:new> element
had an attribute named "class" instead of "id". Everything works now. And thanks, Tim, for
the offer to look at my code. I'll probably need that before I get through this project...

Peter



-----Original Message-----
From: beatejung [mailto:beatejung@online.de]
Sent: Tue 3/15/2005 12:49 PM
To: users@cocoon.apache.org
Subject: Re: class widgets
 
hallo peter, 

Am Dienstag, 15. März 2005 20:27 schrieb Binkley, Peter:
> I'm starting to get into class widgets in Cocoon Forms, and I'm not sure if
> my problem fits their use.
>
> I have an XML structure in which several elements have an identical set of
> four optional attributes, as well as their own unique attributes. I've
> declared a widget class containing the four common attributes, and I'd like
> to instantiate it in all the contexts that need it.
>
> The problem is that when I set this up, I get this error:


> org.apache.cocoon.ProcessingException: Failed to execute pipeline.:
> org.xml.sax.SAXException: EffectFormTemplateTransformer: Missing required
> widget "id" attribute.

> My <fd:class> element contains only an <fd:widgets> element, containing
> several fields; the <fb:class> and <ft:class> are similar. The <fd:new>
> element sits in the <fd:widgets> element of an <fd:repeater>, at the end
of
> the list of <fd:field> elements that are unique to that item; likewise for
> <fb:new> and <ft:new>. I'm not using union or struct elements.
>


the error message means the id attribute, not a field i think. 
check if you wrote it like this:	<ft:class id="question-para">
perhaps a wrong character somewhere in the head of the class template 
definition or not lower case ?

> Is my use of the class widget to add fields to a context that also defines
> some of its own fields illegitimate? Is there another way to tackle this
> problem? Any help would be greatly appreciated.
>
> Peter Binkley
> peter.binkley@ualberta.ca

hth
beate

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