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From "Martin Gainty" <mgai...@hotmail.com>
Subject Re: PlanetStruts has a "Proxy Error"
Date Sun, 24 Dec 2006 23:51:15 GMT
Dale/Ted-

I just did a quick build with 2.0.1 and got
2006-12-24 18:40:10,718 ERROR [XSLTResult.java:289] : Unable to render XSLT Template, 'nofile.xsl'
javax.xml.transform.TransformerException: Stylesheet nofile.xsl not found in resources

Which distro has nofile.xsl ?
Thanks,
Martin --
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----- Original Message ----- 
From: "Dale Newfield" <Dale@Newfield.org>
To: "Struts Users Mailing List" <user@struts.apache.org>
Sent: Sunday, December 24, 2006 3:46 PM
Subject: Re: PlanetStruts has a "Proxy Error"


> Ted Husted wrote:
>> Change to the showcase source directory and run mvn install
> 
> That was the trick I was missing!  Thanks!
> 
>> There's an open issue that suggest reverting the 2.0.2 datepicker,
>> which I may try to apply today.
>> 
>> * https://issues.apache.org/struts/browse/WW-1555
> 
> with the right mvn command I can now finally get the showcase working, 
> and it appears (at first glance--I'll need to do a little more testing) 
> that the datepicker and timepicker are working in there w/o this 
> patch...  (But with my one character change--I'll have to see if it 
> works w/o that.)
> 
>> Actually, we'd prefer people did make changes to Struts to make it
>> work or make it work better, and then donate back the patches. :)
>> We're all working-stiffs here, just like you.
> 
> I have a feeling the broken-ness may be in my app rather than struts. 
> Now I at least have a baseline against which to compare my app so I can 
> find the problems (whether they be in my code or in struts).   If I can 
> figure out for sure that it's in struts, I'll definitely submit issues 
> and patches.
> 
>> If the datepickers works better for your with the trwithout the
>> trailing slash, then post a patch. It does seem to be broken in the
>> 2.0.1 beta, since the picker doesn't go away after selecting a field.
> 
> Without that trailing slash none of the dojo based tools work for me 
> (not just the datepicker), so I doubt this is the showstopper you're 
> looking for.
> 
>> It is not our intention for people to treat Struts like a
>> blackbox and use only whatever happens to be in the distribution.
> 
> I know I can add in other tools, but I would like to be able to add them 
> in later as spit and polish.  This project is still in the (not very 
> rapid right now) prototyping phase, and in order to make reasonable 
> progress I need to be using a framework powerful enough to provide some 
> fairly complex tools out of the box.  The fact that struts integrates an 
> ajax toolkit to provide these is a major point in its favor.  (Of 
> course, on top of the fact that is a first class framework that should 
> help yield a maintainable application.)  But, there are other 
> frameworks, and I need to start making progress again soon.  I hope I am 
> able to stick with struts.  Time will tell.
> 
>> And, honestly, if someone doesn't fix the datepicker tag soon, it's
>> not going to be in the GA distirbution anyway.
> 
> While I recognize this is not a key component of an MVC framework, it is 
> a key datatype that lots of applications need to ask users to specify, 
> so would be a shame to have to exclude it.  Here's hoping that we can 
> get it working in time.
> 
> Thanks,
> -Dale
> 
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