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From Glen Mazza <grm7...@yahoo.com>
Subject Re: Trouble getting fop to work with cocoon CLI
Date Tue, 01 Feb 2005 13:38:25 GMT
Google on "Unsupported element encountered" (with
quotes).  I'm seeing 55 hits.

Glen


--- Peter Gustafsson <gusp@telia.com> wrote:

> Hi.
> 
> I have this strange problem with fop in combination
> with cocoon.
> 
> What I try to do is to make a offline archive of my
> cocoon pdf files. I use 
> the cocoon command line interface (CLI) to
> accomplish this. The problem 
> however is that fop fail's to render images. It
> prints out the error message 
> shown below and omits the image from the output,
> hence the pdf is rendered 
> without the image.
> 
> "
> ERROR   2005-02-01 07:33:01.749 [manager.] ():
> Unsupported element 
> encountered: external-graphic (Namespace: default).
> Source context: 
> file:/C:/software/tomcat/webapps/cocoon/index.fo
> (line: 1, col: 1)
> ERROR   2005-02-01 07:33:01.759 [manager.] ():
> Expected XSL-FO (root, 
> page-sequence, etc.), SVG (svg, rect, etc.) or
> elements from another 
> supported language.
> ERROR   2005-02-01 07:33:01.829 [manager.] (): no
> handler defined for 
> external-graphic foreign xml
> "
> 
> If I render the pdf the normal way, using cocoon as
> a servlet the result is 
> as desired, the same is true when I use the CLI to
> generate the xsl-fo xml 
> and after that uses fop.bat on the xml.
> 
> My first thought was that my java environment used
> the wrong Xerces or Xalan 
> files. However the problem persisted even after
> placing the same Xalan and 
> Xerces files found in my tomcat endorsed folder in
> the jre endorsed folder.
> 
> The error message indicate that the namespace of the
> external-graphic 
> element is omitted for some reason. When trying to
> use a none existing fo 
> element such as <fo:blablabla /> the same error
> message is shown. However 
> the Namespace : default is change to Namespace: 
> http://www.w3.org/1999/XSL/Format) for the blablabla
> object.
> 
> I run Cocoon 2.0 binary version. and fop 0.20.5. I
> have tried to do a 
> complete reinstall of cocoon (only updating the
> batik.jar so that cocoon 
> will start on tomcat5). In this test environment I
> used a minimal sitemap 
> and a static xsl:fo file. The result is the same.
> The pdf is generated as it 
> should when called through the cocoon servlet but
> fails when called through 
> the CLI.
> 
> If anyone has had this problem I would be very happy
> to find a solution. I 
> have no problem making some adjustments to cocoon or
> fop source files but as 
> it is now I don't know where to start looking for
> the problem.
> 
> Best regards
> Peter Gustafsson
> 
> 
> 
>
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