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From Andrew <andrewm...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: Xhtml serialized document with ajax="true" results in 'cocoon not defined'
Date Fri, 21 Jul 2006 21:18:08 GMT
SOLVED: This issue has been resolved.

Andrew

On 21/07/06, Andrew <andrewmadu@gmail.com> wrote:
>
> Hi,
> I have an xhtml document:
>
> <!DOCTYPE page PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD XHTML 1.0 Strict//EN" "
> http://www.w3.org/TR/xhtml1/DTD/xhtml1-strict.dtd">
>
>
> which uses, or is trying to use!, ajax. When ajax is declared as "true", transformation/serialization
yields the following (x)html output:
>
>
> <form action="login.kont" ajax="true" name="Form1" method="POST"
> dojoType="CFormsForm">
> <script> cocoon.forms.ajax = true;</script>
>
> based on:
>
>                 <map:select type="ajax-request">
>                   <map:when test="true">
>                     <map:serialize type="xml"/>
>                   </map:when>
>                   <map:otherwise>
>                     <map:serialize type="xhtml"/> <!------------ This line
> right here is the trouble maker!!
>                   </map:otherwise>
>
> Now that little bit of javascript, <script>cocoon.forms.ajax = true;</
> script>, results in your page being broken, by that I mean the page is
> displayed incorrectly (well in my case it is!), if you serialise your
> document as xhtml. So I changed the code in forms-field-styling.xsl to
> read as:
>
>         <xsl:when test="@ajax = 'true'">
>           <xsl:attribute name="dojoType">CFormsForm</xsl:attribute>
>           <xsl:if test="@ajax = 'true'">
>            <!--<script>cocoon.forms.ajax = true;</script>-->
>            <script type="text/javascript" src="resources/dojo_ajax.js" />
>           </xsl:if>
>         </xsl:when>
>
> There is one single line of js in dojo_ajax.js which is cocoon.forms.ajax= true;. The
page renders correctly with this, but now I have an error,
> reported by FireBug, which says 'cocoon is not defined'! Is there a solution
> to this you .js gurus may be aware of that will resolve this? And before you
> say serialize the doc as html, I need it serialized as xhtml.
>
> regards
>
> Andrew
>

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