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XML form from EP5 to NW4 EP6 SP9

Hello,

We used to work with ep5, and have now moved on to ep6 sp9.

We didn’t perform an automatic migration (Due to various reasons).

In ep5, we had a custom xml-form for FAQs, with xsl files for Edit, ListShow, ListEdit, Show and RenderList Item.

The iView for the ListEdit, for example, was based on the codelink com.sapportals.km.xmlform, and had the name of the corresponding xsl file in the “XSL Style Sheet for List” property.

In ep6, there is no special template for xmlform, and we understood it is done using the KM Navigation template (is this true?).

We copied our xml-form project folder (in the KM under /etc/xmlforms/) from ep5’s KM to ep6’s KM. When opening the project using ep6’s xmlFormsBuilder and choosing “preview project” it looks just fine, and when trying to create a new form in the KM Content, our form appeared in the list of available forms.

The problem is we didn’t succeed in finding the right properties to set for displaying the wanted result. (After some reading we thought it might be through the Layout Set property, but couldn’t find the right one, neither could we create a new one that worked).

Thanks ahead for any help.

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    Posted on Feb 14, 2005 at 03:19 PM

    Hi Yoav,

    You can configure the resource renderer for a specific form within your XML Forms Project. This means you can develop your renderer to display any non standard forms.

    My suggestion would be to recreate your XML Projects in EP6 SP9 since there are new controls.

    Hope this helps

    Paul

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    Posted on Feb 16, 2005 at 06:24 PM

    Yoav,

    Have you tried defining a new XML Form?

    Call Me ,

    Yoav

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