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XML Forms EP6 SP2

Hi portal people 😊

A couple of easy XML Forms Builder related questions for you:

1) How can I see the raw XML generated by an XML Form. This was possible with EP5 but with EP6, I can only download the rendered XML?

2) How can I plug in my own XSLT to render the XML instead of using the XSLT generated by the XML Form Builder? I've read about Pipelines and XSLT Filters but I can't find any instructions on how to do this.

Many thanks,

Rash

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    Posted on Apr 22, 2004 at 11:44 AM

    you will find all generated XML and XSL files in /etc/xmlforms/...

    every project has his own folder with files.

    You can look in but I wouldn't edit them. there might be problems to open the files with XML Forms Builder again.

    good luck!

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    Posted on May 20, 2004 at 01:56 PM

    To render the xml generated with the xml form just access the proyect you have created in <i>etc/xmlforms/<proyect name></i>

    and there, download to your local pc the <form>.xsl you want to render (<i>renderlist, ListShow, ListEdit, edit, show</i>)

    Then with an editor like eclipse(see foot) you can modify the look&feel of the form giving it a new render.

    then upload the new xsl with the same name as the older one and confirm when the portal advise you that you already have a document named like the one you are uploading.

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    better to work with eclipse with the oxygen plugin, eclipse--> http://www.eclipse.org/platform version 2.1 better

    oxygen plugin for eclipse--> http://www.oxygenxml.com/

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    <i>adrian vindel</i>

    realtech spain

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