[oXygen-user] Re: custom layers
George Cristian Bina
Tue Jan 20 03:00:00 CST 2004
It seems that the website catalog defines the that any reference to
chunk-common.xsl will be resolved to the corresponding Website stylesheet:
There is no conflict with the Docbook catalog. You can try a new stylesheet
and add an import of chunk-common.xsl and on validate you will get an error:
F org.apache.xml.utils.WrappedRuntimeException: Could not find variable with
the name of collect.xref.targets
The interference with Docbook comes from the fact that the chunk.xsl
contains an import of chunk-common.xsl which will be resolved to the one
One solution is to edit the Website catalog to remove this mapping.
George Cristian Bina mailto:
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----- Original Message -----
From: "Sean Wheller" <>
To: "George Cristian Bina" <>;
Sent: Monday, January 19, 2004 9:15 PM
Subject: Re: [oXygen-user] Re: custom layers
> Hi George,
> I found the problem. This is a strange one.
> In a previous session on the week-end I was toying with website-2.5.0 and
> had added the catalog.xml to Oxygens XML Catalog list. When trying to
> transform I was confused by the errors as they were not docbook. Thinking
> about the problem it suddenly dawned on me that the errors were from
> So I removed the catalog entry, closed and restarted Oxygen, then did a
> validation of the HTML customization layer. Guess what .... the document
> valid and transformations work as expected.
> This explains why xsltproc was able to do the transform. xsltproc was not
> aware of the WebSite catalog and the xsl's were valid all along.
> The problem seems to be replicated by adding the WebSite catalog.xml to my
> list of XML Catalogs. This catalog does not know where the docbook
> are, because I have not set it up to do so, yet.
> The WebSite catalog was third in the list after the docbook and tei
> entries. Is there a search order used by oxygen. Should it have found the
> entry in the oxygen catalog?
> Sean Wheller
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