OTOH it also sounds quite depressing that lots of what we have
learnt in the past now has to be thrown away. I suppose it is
All For Our Own Good... but nonetheless it all means more work
i > Michel Erard writes
> Hi Hugh
> you need the declaration of the namespace in the applicationContext.xml.
> Here the begining of my whole file
You have Changed My Life.
Kamal Bhatt wrote
> Hi again
> I had a play with Ajax and tabs. I am not happy that all elements are
> on the screen at the time but I can leave with it for now (thanks to
> However IHi again
I had a play with Ajax and tabs. I am not happy that all elements are
on the screen at the time but I can leave with it for now (thanks to Ajax).
However I have discovered that problem On 10/18/07 10 39 AM Rapha?l Pi?roni wrote
> I still can 't find a simple example on binding with forms.
What about the samples that come with Cocoon?
On 10/18/07 9 12 AM Luiz Antonio Falaguasta Barbosa wrote
> But please using Cocoon includes putting images into the pure XML files
> (saved by MS Office 2003) too right?
Is this of interest fo
* The problem is that when upgrading to Cocoon 2.1.10 for
* one of our software packages to make use of all the
* in 2.1.10 we 're hitting an eLuiz Antonio Falaguasta Barbosa wrote
> using Cocoon includes putting images into the pure XML files
> (saved by MS Office 2003) too right?
If (and only if) those file formats really are valid XML Hello
In my pipeline I 've defined like this
I still can 't find a simple example on binding with forms.
Here is my use case
i display a list of elements (taken from the database) with a link per
item. (this is working correctly)
whI would thank you Tobia and Joerg for the answers.
But please using Cocoon includes putting images into the pure XML files
(saved by MS Office 2003) too right?
Thanks in advance!
On 10/1Hi Hugh
you need the declaration of the namespace in the applicationContext.xml. Here the begining of my whole file
<beans xmlns "http //www.springframework.org/schema/beans "
xmlns xsi "htOn 10/18/07 6 55 AM Luiz Antonio Falaguasta Barbosa wrote
> The problem is which framework I have to use.
Only option 1 needs POI for the binary stuff the others (even option 3)
is pure Cocoon.
----- Original Message -----
> Michel Erard suggests
> Try something like this in applicationContext.xml
> <!-- Servlet service -- >
> <bean id "org.hugh.yourapp "
> class "org.apache.cocoon.sitemLuiz Antonio Falaguasta Barbosa wrote
> Joerg Heinicke wrote
> > If you tell it to save the files in the XML format instead of the
> > binary format you can use option 2 mentioned below.
> > > *Yeah and use option 2 mentioned below means to use a "I don 't know
framework base on it ".
The problem is which framework I have to use. Please I would like a tip
about the framework.
Thanks in advHi all
I 'm getting through some troubles with a trasformer I 'm developing.
I read about caching here http //cocoon.apache.org/2.1/userdocs/
concepts/caching.html and I tried to apply those conceptHi Hugh
How did you define your Sitemap-Servlet?
Try something like this in applicationContext.xml
<!-- Servlet service -- >
<bean id "org.hugh.yourapp " class "org.apache.cocoon.sitemap.SitemapSeOn 17.10.2007 11 15 Uhr Luiz Antonio Falaguasta Barbosa wrote
> So if my users only have Microsoft Office 2003 can 't I do anything to
> change text (keys by values) and substitute text keys by imHello
I 'm following the advice Grzegorz gave me about coding my custom
URL-rewriting logic into an input module and using that input module
with the LinkRewriterTransformer and wherever else I need Hi Thomas
I understood the structure of new MS-files with .***X extension. Thanks for
The problem is that the users only have MS Office 2003.
I made a test here after your answer and Thanks for the answer Philippe!
So if my users only have Microsoft Office 2003 can 't I do anything to
change text (keys by values) and substitute text keys by image with Cocoon?!
LuActually there is 3 office file formats
* pre office 2003 binary format cocoon has a serializer for excel
via gnumeric xml.
* since office 2003 pure xml format cocoon can handle Hi
OOo files (and newer MS-files like docx) are zip files with multiple
files inside. OOo has a content.xml + attachments and styles. You can
unzip that file modify content.xml modify attachmentYeah I am not sure.
Somebody told me that it should be created in a XML-based way with the
version 2007 but I thought it would already be in Microsoft Office 2003
When you say "binary ExOn 17.10.2007 9 02 Uhr Luiz Antonio Falaguasta Barbosa wrote
> > On the other hand the newer office productivity file formats are all
> > XML-based (both OpenDocument and that other Microsoft equivaHi Tobia
I now that you understood what I said but only for clarify all the steps
that I need to develop are
1. Read a template file in any type of Office (like .DOC .PPT and .XLS-I have a block that contains these dependencies
<groupId >org.apache.cocoon </groupId >
<artifactId >cocoon-databases-impl </artifactId >
<version >1.0.0-RC3-SNAPSH > Not sure about the second part of your question but the first part
> has already been answered by the developers
> http //marc.info/?l xml-cocoon-users&m 119202260922881&w 4
> so I guess the tutoGrzegorz Kossakowski wrote
> Hanne Moa pisze
> > So I guess the migration guide is missing a step? Where and how do I add
> > org.apache.cocoon.databases.bridge.spring.avalon.SpringToAvalonDataSourceW|