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From Kamal Bhatt <>
Subject Re: Warnings for XSLT
Date Mon, 29 May 2006 02:22:53 GMT

WARN  (2006-05-26) 17:27.19:443 [sitemap.transformer.xslt] 
(/apps/ccn/exp/query?max=10&city=LON) TP-Processor14/TraxErrorListener: 

Not too helpful. As I said I fixed it, so I am not bothered by it too 
much, but I would like to know what is to blame so I don't have to 
repeat it.


Jason Johnston wrote:

> Kamal Bhatt wrote:
>> Sorry, but this was a cocoon specific issue. The script was working 
>> fine as it was. The problem (which got lost thanks to my bad copying 
>> and pasting) was not the script, it was with the unexplained warnings 
>> (TraxErrorListener) that I got from running the scripts. Is that a 
>> bug or is it something illegal that I am doing in my XSLT that would 
>> not work in another more stringent parser?
> Can you post the exact warnings you are/were seeing?
> TraxErrorListener is simply a class that listens for errors and 
> warnings coming from the XSLT processor, and logs them along with some 
> helpful contextual information.  The thing creating those 
> errors/warnings is most likely not Cocoon, but the XSLT processor.
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Kamal Bhatt

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