cocoon-users mailing list archives

Site index · List index
Message view « Date » · « Thread »
Top « Date » · « Thread »
From Berin Loritsch <>
Subject Re: Pointer to good Java Binding Cocoon Forms docs?
Date Wed, 10 May 2006 16:50:14 GMT
Antonio Gallardo wrote:
> Hi Berin,
> In the sample there is a nice step by step tutorial of how bean 
> framework works [1] lookup for "Binding samples".
> Best Regards,
> Antonio Gallardo.
> [1]

It's not a "how to" which is what I need.  It's a working sample and I 
have to figure out by reverse engineering how the thing works.  I need 
it, not only for myself but for my colleagues as well.  This is the text 
I see:

Cocoon Forms has a binding framework which assists in copying Java-bean 
or XML (DOM) data into a form and back.

XML Binding 
- A form for just editing an XML file.
Simple XML Binding 

- A form for just editing XML data. Illustrates the XMLAdapter.
Bean Binding 

- A form for just editing a Java bean

Step-by-step tutorial into individual binding features:

1. Binding Simple Values 

- fb:*/@direction and fb:value/*
2. Lenient Binding 

- fb:*/@lenient
3. Aggregate Binding 

- fb:aggregate
4. Heavy Form 

- Form with lots of select boxes - test memory utilization, performance
5. Custom Bindings using Java or Javascript 

- fb:javascript and fb:custom
6. XML binding using namespaces 

- Using XML binding with complex namespaced XML

And on each link is an example of a form.  There's no link to a "how to" 
or tutorial there.

*Berin Loritsch*

*Work:* 571-215-7708
	*Email:* <>
*IM:* (MSN)
* * 		*D-Haven* <>
20044 Great Falls Forest Dr.

Great Falls, VA 22066

See who we know in common <> 	Want 
a signature like this? <>

View raw message