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Subject: Re: Cocoon 2.2 - Block name required in file path?

Hugh Sparks pisze > This is a 2.1 to 2.2 migration issue. > > I created a simple c2 block using > > mvn archetype create \ > -DarchetypeGroupId org.apache.cocoon \ >

Subject: Re: Cocoon 2.1 environment objects from a Java XSLT extension

Tobia Conforto pisze > solprovider@(protected) wrote > > XSLT Extensions assist formatting. Data collection belongs in the XML > > generation phase. Using XSLT Extensions to generate data is a very >

Subject: Re: SendMail & smart host (was sendmail)

Thanks Tobia It 's the transformer. Thanks to your help it is now working Peter > Peter Sparkes wrote > > > I have to use a Smart host "smtp.bytemark.co.uk ". Please is it > > possible to use a S

Subject: Re: SendMail & smart host (was sendmail)

Peter Sparkes wrote > I have to use a Smart host "smtp.bytemark.co.uk ". Please is it > possible to use a Smart Host with sendmail and if so how. You didn 't say whether you 're using the Sendmail Tr

Subject: Re: Cocoon 2.1 environment objects from a Java XSLT extension

solprovider@(protected) wrote > XSLT Extensions assist formatting. Data collection belongs in the XML > generation phase. Using XSLT Extensions to generate data is a very > bad practice. What are t

Subject: Re: SendMail & smart host (was sendmail)

Hi I can 't connect to the default SMTP port number 25 but have to use a Smart host "smtp.bytemark.co.uk ". Please is it possible to use a Smart Host with sendmail and if so how. thanks Peter >

Subject: Re: problem creating generator - parameters

On 10.10.2007 10 23 Uhr Lieven Doclo wrote > I 'd like to define the generator as this > > <map generator name "remoteGenerator " src "x.y.RemoteSpringGenerator > > <spring-config >/x/y/remote-sp

Subject: Re: Cocoon 2.2 - Block name required in file path?

Hugh Sparks wrote > > From "Joerg Heinicke " <joerg.heinicke@(protected) > > > > > I didn 't know it but I saw today the thread about "mounting a block at > > root level ". So in case you missed it > > > > http /

Subject: Re: Cocoon 2.2 - Block name required in file path?

> From "Joerg Heinicke " <joerg.heinicke@(protected) > > > I didn 't know it but I saw today the thread about "mounting a block at > root level ". So in case you missed it > > http //marc.info/?t 1192025586

Subject: Re: Problem with my Wiki-Account

Hi Joerg > The default place for maintaining Cocoon documentation (which is more > official than the wiki) is Daisy at > http //cocoon.zones.apache.org/daisy/. What the better place is is > hard t

Subject: problem creating generator - parameters

Hi I 'm trying to build a generator that does the following call a remote method on a server (using spring remoting) drag the result through an XML mapper (currently XMLBeans) deliver XML SAX event

Subject: Re: error while calling component MailSender

On 10.10.2007 6 03 Uhr marco bellacosa wrote > I have also put the Sun mail.jar and activation.jar in my WEB-INF/lib but I > get the error >

Subject: Re: Cocoon 2.2 - Block name required in file path?

On 10.10.2007 4 43 Uhr Hugh Sparks wrote > The quotations work as expected but the path to the > images in the result.jx template (shown below) requires > the name of my block in the path I didn

Subject: Re: Problem with my Wiki-Account

On 10.10.2007 15 09 Uhr Marc Gorzala wrote > i just discovered the cocoon wiki ( http //wiki.apache.org/cocoon/ ) As > i wanted to add some information i created an account by entering my > Firs

Subject: Re: How to access cocoon object from javascript scriptAction?

On 10.10.2007 13 51 Uhr Josh2007 wrote > I use request.getSession() instead of objectModel.session and replace > objectModel.session.setAttribute( "stream " stream) with > session.setAttribute( "stre

Subject: Re: Cocoon 2.1 environment objects from a Java XSLT extension

Yes. There is a better method. XSLT Extensions assist formatting. Data collection belongs in the XML generation phase. Using XSLT Extensions to generate data is a very bad practice. What are the

Subject: Problem with my Wiki-Account

Hi i just discovered the cocoon wiki ( http //wiki.apache.org/cocoon/ ) As i wanted to add some information i created an account by entering my First and Lastname my Password and my emailadress.

Subject: Re: Cocoon 2.1 environment objects from a Java XSLT extension

Tobia Wednesday October 10 2007 10 30 57 AM you wrote TC > This works but I need to access the standard Cocoon environment objects TC > (Request would suffice) from my Java class. TC > Is ther

Subject: Re: How to access cocoon object from javascript scriptAction?

Sorry everything is fine. I use request.getSession() instead of objectModel.session and replace objectModel.session.setAttribute( "stream " stream) with session.setAttribute( "stream " stream) and it

Subject: Re: How to access cocoon object from javascript scriptAction?

Thanks Joerg I 'm almost done. Not familiar with Java I still need to get access to the session to store my xml. Using session manager.lookup(Packages.org.apache.cocoon.environmentSession.ROLE) I

Subject: Mounting a block at root "/ "

Hanne Moa wrote > Reinhard Poetz wrote > > Hanne Moa wrote > > > Per today the tutorial at http //cocoon.apache.org/2.2/1159_1_1.html > > > (http //cocoon.zones.apache.org/daisy/cdocs/g2/g2/g1/1159.htm

Subject: Mounting a block at root "/ "

Reinhard Poetz wrote > Hanne Moa wrote > > Per today the tutorial at http //cocoon.apache.org/2.2/1159_1_1.html > > (http //cocoon.zones.apache.org/daisy/cdocs/g2/g2/g1/1159.html in Daisy) > > is rath

Subject: Re: Cocoon 2.2: Installation-trouble

Reinhard Poetz wrote > Hanne Moa wrote > > Per today the tutorial at http //cocoon.apache.org/2.2/1159_1_1.html > > (http //cocoon.zones.apache.org/daisy/cdocs/g2/g2/g1/1159.html in Daisy) > > is rath

Subject: Re: Cocoon 2.2: Installation-trouble

Hanne Moa wrote > Per today the tutorial at http //cocoon.apache.org/2.2/1159_1_1.html > (http //cocoon.zones.apache.org/daisy/cdocs/g2/g2/g1/1159.html in Daisy) > is rather deeply flawed. > > Foll

Subject: Cocoon 2.2: Installation-trouble

Per today the tutorial at http //cocoon.apache.org/2.2/1159_1_1.html (http //cocoon.zones.apache.org/daisy/cdocs/g2/g2/g1/1159.html in Daisy) is rather deeply flawed. Following the recipe by the let

Subject: Re: How to access cocoon object from javascript scriptAction?

Instead of cocoon.getComponent() you have to use manager.lookup(). Look at ServiceManager [1] for the details. It 's available in your JavaScript as you can see in ScriptAction 's code. Joerg [1] h

Subject: Re: How to access cocoon object from javascript scriptAction?

Thanks for the information I took a look at ScriptAction 's source code. I have a better understanding of how it works but it seems I need to import in my scriptAction other components and functions

Subject: Re: Cocoon Installation problems on SunOS

Derek Hohls wrote > In the meantime rather than hacking around with all sorts of > combinations we are trying to locate and use another server > (running Linux which seems not to have these sorts

Subject: error while calling component MailSender

Hi All I 'm a new non-expert cocoon user and I 'm trying to set up a simple contact form

Subject: Re: Cocoon Installation problems on SunOS

Tobia I appreciate the input. In the meantime rather than hacking around with all sorts of combinations we are trying to locate and use another server (running Linux which seems not to have thes
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