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From "HANAX" <>
Subject RE: Re: TOC in output plugin - solved :)
Date Sun, 10 Jul 2005 12:15:23 GMT
I found that dtd page useful, that is exactly what I meant when asked for specification of
xdoc. For now I'll try to make as many work as I can in xsl and then I'll send brief info
about with some comments included.
I hope that views will be next step.
Od: "Ross Gardler" <>
Predmet: Re: TOC in output plugin - solved :)
Dátum/Čas: 9. 7. 2005 23:07:04

> HANAX wrote:
> > ok, this one works :)
> > But still xhtml serializer throws error, but probably i don't really need it...
I've already read about serializers, about xhtml specifically but there is too little 
> information for me, for example i stil don't know how it transforms its input, or what
it really does..
> It doesn't transform the output, it simply serialises for consumption by 
> whatever requested the document.
> > Finally one question: where I can find xdoc specification? I mean, I know structure
and elements of the input file but it goes 
> throgh several transformations during input and internal processing, 
> doesn't it? So are there some informational elements or attributes 
> added? How it will be modified? Which elements are allowed in xdoc? Can 
> I use any element I want?
> The XDoc DTD is at
> There is a reasonably complete example at 
> However, I think what you are really asking is what are the intermediate 
> steps between XDoc and the XHTML output. The answer to this depends on 
> whether you work with skins  or views. In 0.8 skins will be deprecated 
> and replaced with views. So, as Torsten suggests you should really be 
> working with views. Unfortunately, there is very little newbie 
> documentation for views.
> The problem we have now is that we (I think I speak for all other 
> developers here) do not understand the voicexml schema. I think the best 
> way to progress now is to describe exactly what you need to achieve. 
> That is, create a simple XDoc and then create an XHTML representation of 
> that document with the voiceXML markup. If you provide both of these 
> documents we will be able to understand what you want to achieve and 
> Thorsten can tell us how to do it with views.
> Does that sound like a sensible course of action?
> > I hope today I make some good progress and read a lot of documents, so for now it's
time for bed :)
> It certainly sounds like you have achieved allot. You deserve a good sleep.
> Ross

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