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From Jörg Heinicke <>
Subject Re: [C2b2] document() function not working?
Date Wed, 22 Aug 2001 15:22:38 GMT
Hi Christopher,

thanks for your reply, but it must be another problem. I tested the 
stylesheet with all the XML-files on the commandline with Ant/Xalan and 
without Cocoon - it works fine. But I want to use Cocoon for doing this 
transformation on the fly.

For the document()-function I have a question: Will the called XML-file 
handled by the sitemap ( -> So do I need a correct matcher in it?  -> 
inclusive link-resolving? ) e.g. like a HTML-redirect for JPGs/GIFS or does 
it work completely without Cocoon (direct access to the XML-file)? I think 
that I tested all possibilities, but I had no success.

I also searched the logfiles - no success. No error messages from document().



Christopher Painter-Wakefield wrote:
> If you are getting nothing back when you use the document() function, make
> sure the file you are opening with document() is valid XML.  I found out
> the hard way that document() fails silently (at least in Cocoon 1.8.2) when
> the XML is bad.  Try opening the XML document in IE or something like that
> to make sure it parses successfully.
> If this is still true in C2, it might make a good FAQ entry.
> -Christopher

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