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Re: disabled controls bindset failure

From: Aaron Reed <aaronr@us.ibm.com>
Date: Tue, 31 Aug 2010 11:43:18 -0500
To: www-forms@w3.org
Message-ID: <i5jbfd$ql9$1@dough.gmane.org>
The reason that the 'or' xpath statement wasn't working was because of 
all of the whitespace and new line characters that you have inside the 
xf:value elements.  If you pare them down to <xf:value>ewbrl</xf:value>, 
for example, it works.  I honestly don't remember my xforms and xpath 
well enough to know if this is a bug or not.  If someone can cite the 
appropriate spec section, I'll open a bug on it.

I will open a bug on the multiple relevant property definitions not 
causing a xforms-binding-exception.  However, I need someone from the 
xforms WG to tell us what the target of the xforms-binding-exception 
should be in this case.  Should it be the xf:bind that tries to add the 
already present model item property?  Or should it be someplace more 
centric like the model that contains the bind?

Thanks,
--Aaron

e-letter wrote:
> On 31/08/2010, Ronald van Kuijk<rvkuijk@intercommit.nl>  wrote:
>>    In betterForm I get this error (after switching ' to " and vice-versa)
>>
>> xforms-binding-exception: property 'relevant' already present at model item
>> *URL: *http://127.0.0.1:8080/betterform-trunk/forms/e-letter.xhtml
>> *Element causing Exception:*/html[1]/head[1]/xf:model[1]/xf:bind[2]
>> *
>> *This is not allowed according to the spec and an error should be
>> thrown... Personally I always have 2 different XForms processors
>> (BetterFORM and Orbeon, but I always use the former)  that I use to
>> check if I'm wrong or the engine.
>>
>> So if Mozilla XForms does not complain, it is in violation of the spec
>> (see point 2 in http://www.w3.org/TR/xforms11/#evt-rebuild)
>>
>> It can be solved by changing it to one bind:
>>
>> <xf:bind nodeset="stage" relevant="../purpose='ewbrl' or
>> ../purpose='nibrf'" />
>>
> This does not work so perhaps there is (another) bug with mozilla
> xforms plug-in. If you know of another cross-platform web browser I
> could use to test xforms please tell me, thank you.
>
>
Received on Tuesday, 31 August 2010 16:47:07 GMT

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