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From Christopher Painter-Wakefield <>
Subject Re: Problems with date and xsp
Date Sun, 04 Jan 2004 04:31:18 GMT
um, <addcomment> is your tag, in your code below.  Put your xsp:logic 
block inside your addcomment block.

Davide <>
01/03/2004 03:02 PM
Please respond to users

        Subject:        Re: Problems with date and xsp

Thanks a lot, but now the problem is: what is <addcomment> and where do I 
need to put it?

You are instantiating your Date variable at the class level, when the page 
is instantiated.  Cocoon re-uses the page object (just calling the 
generate() method each time), AFAIK.  So you need to put your Date 
instantiation inside the generate() method by doing the logic block inside 
<addcomment>.  That way you will get the current date each time the page 
is requested, instead of just the first time.


Davide <> 

01/03/2004 02:26 PM 
Please respond to users 
        Subject:        Problems with date and xsp 

Hi, i have some problems in getting the actual timestamp to put it into a 

My xsp is:

<?xml version="1.0"?>

<xsp:page language="java"
                                 java.util.Date now=new java.util.Date();

                                 <page-title>Add a comment</page-title>
                                 <!-- header bar background source file 
                                 <!-- mcnavigator css -->
 <esql:query>Insert into comments (User_ID, Comment_text, Commented_URL, 
Comment_Date, Comment_browser) values (
          '<xsp-session-fw:getxml context="authentication" 
          '<xsp-request:get-parameter name="comment_text"/>',
          '<xsp-request:get-parameter name="link"/>',
          '<xsp:expr>new java.sql.Timestamp(now.getTime())</xsp:expr>',
          '<xsp-request:get-header name="user-agent"/>')
 <esql:error-results>An error occurred</esql:error-results>
          <message>Your comment has ben added; you can now close this 

The problem is that every time i add a new record to the db using this xsp 

i notice that the time doesn't change. Any solution??

Best Regards, Davide

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