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From Jason Johnston <>
Subject Re: Where are the JavaScript functions?
Date Wed, 22 Mar 2006 14:51:48 GMT
Nicolás Lichtmaier wrote:
>> In your sitemap.xmap, you need to include a matcher for the
>> client-side javascript files. You should write something like this:
>> <map:match pattern="resources/*/**">
>>  <map:read src="resource://org/apache/cocoon/{1}/resources/{2}"/>
>> </map:match>
> I already have that in the sitemap. But there's no inclussion, no
> <script src=""> tag. And there's no documentation about what I should
> add and I can't find any such tag in the samples.

You'll notice that in all of the samples, they use a
forms-samples-styling.xsl stylesheet to convert the fi: elements to
HTML.  If you look at this stylesheet it delegates out to
forms-field-styling.xsl and forms-page-styling.xsl, calling templates
matching <head> and <body> with special modes.  It is in those templates
where the appropriate <script> elements are inserted.

> Should I add an inclussion of forms-lib.js by hand?
> Isn't all this very poorly documented? =/

Agreed.  It has gotten better though. at least
describes the XSLT files and how to use them now, whereas you used to
have to just guess it from looking at the samples.

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