Stéphane . | 1 May 01:38 2006
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Adding button to window title area

Hi there, I saw a tutorial demonstrating how doing this using <window /> component.
If somehow know this site or have a clue about titlearea or something like this ?
Thanks.
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Stéphane . | 1 May 03:04 2006
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Class methods

Hi there, i'm trying to create a taskbar. My code is at the end.
I don't understand why I can't call addWindowButton method of the taskbar class!
If someone can help, thanks !

<?

xml version="1.0" encoding ="UTF-8" ?>

<

canvas width="100%" height="100%" debug="true">

<

class name="fos_taskbar_button" extends="button">

<attribute name="height" value="100%" />

<attribute name="windowID" value="-1" />

<method name="clicked" event="onclick">

var relatedWindow = windowID;

var visible = relatedWindow.visible ? false : true;

relatedWindow.setAttribute("visible", visible);

</method>

</

class>

<

class name="fos_taskbar" extends="view">

<attribute name="height" value="30" />

<attribute name="width" value="100%" />

<attribute name="y" value="${immediateparent.height - this.height}" />

<attribute name="defaultplacement" value="'insideview'" />

<fos_taskbar_button id="fos_taskbar_startButton" text="Demarrer" onclick="alert('this')" />

<view name="insideview" width="${parent.width}" height="${parent.height}" />

<method name="addWindowButton" args="windowObject">

newTBButton = new fos_taskbar_button(this.insideview, {title: windowObject.title, windowID: windowObject.id});

</method>

</

class>

<

class name="fos_window" extends ="window" oninit="this.setup()">

<attribute name="closeable" value="true" />

<attribute name="resizable" value="true" />

<method name="setup" event="oninit">

fos_taskbar.addWindowButton(this);

</method>

</

class>

 

<

fos_taskbar id="TaskBar">

</

fos_taskbar>

<

fos_window>

<attribute name="title" value="Title" />

</

fos_window>

</

canvas>
 
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ankit rastogi | 1 May 11:17 2006
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Re: The validator had a fatal error, but proceeding with compilation

Thanks Henry,

I increased the Xms and Xmx from default to 128 and 640 respectively and now the app has certainly become fast as well that error hasn't hit me since last 4-5 hours.

May be it was a memory issue.
Still not confident on this and will keep you posted.

regards,
Ankit.


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Date: Fri, 28 Apr 2006 11:06:06 -0400
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Subject: Re: [Laszlo-user] The validator had a fatal error,     but
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I have seen this bug happen before, a couple of times, it is something in
the "jing" XML schema validator library that the compiler uses,  throwing a
fatal error. Other times it is manifest by the validator reporting warnings
when there should be none.

It has been difficult to get a good simple test case for this. If you can
send a zip file of your application, or even better, if you can carve your
source code down to a smaller test case which still exhibits this error,
that would be helpful to reproducing and debugging it.



On 4/28/06, ankit rastogi <ankit.r <at> gmail.com > wrote:
>
> Below are the logs from my Tomcat 5.5.16 console for my laszlo file
> displayreportparams.lzx.
> I m using Java 5.0  and openlaszlo 3.2 .
>
> I am using this environment since last 1 month this used to never come on
> a diff box. But now when I setted the same environment  most of the times I
> get this, my laszlo page gets loaded in about 15 min of processing with
> above errors.
>
> And its inconsistent occuring most of the times but leaving few when the
> page gets loaded quickly.
>
> Can anybody tell me similar experience.
>
> regards,
> Ankit.
>
> displayreportparams.lzx :2:50: The validator had a fatal error, but
> proceeding with compilation
> base/style.lzx:1:10: The validator had a fatal error, but proceeding with
> compilation
> base/colors.lzx:1:10: The validator had a fatal error, but proceeding with
> compilation
> base/basefocusview.lzx:1:10: The validator had a fatal error, but
> proceeding with compilation
> base/componentmanager.lzx:1:10: The validator had a fatal error, but
> proceeding with compilation
> lz/button.lzx:1:10: The validator had a fatal error, but proceeding with
> compilation
> base/basebutton.lzx:1:10: The validator had a fatal error, but proceeding
> with compilation
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Can you tell me how much RAM is allocated for your Tomcat to run with? If it
is less than 512 MB, there may be  memory  problems. It might also help to
increase the max stack size (-Xss arg to java) and see if that helps, if
this is due to a stack overflow in the validator library.





On 4/28/06, ankit rastogi <ankit.r-Re5JQEeQqe8AvxtiuMwx3w@public.gmane.org> wrote:
>
> Below are the logs from my Tomcat 5.5.16 console for my laszlo file
> displayreportparams.lzx.
> I m using Java 5.0  and openlaszlo 3.2 .
>
> I am using this environment since last 1 month this used to never come on
> a diff box. But now when I setted the same environment  most of the times I
> get this, my laszlo page gets loaded in about 15 min of processing with
> above errors.
>
> And its inconsistent occuring most of the times but leaving few when the
> page gets loaded quickly.
>
> Can anybody tell me similar experience.
>
> regards,
> Ankit.
>
> displayreportparams.lzx :2:50: The validator had a fatal error, but
> proceeding with compilation
> base/style.lzx:1:10: The validator had a fatal error, but proceeding with
> compilation
> base/colors.lzx:1:10: The validator had a fatal error, but proceeding with
> compilation
> base/basefocusview.lzx:1:10: The validator had a fatal error, but
> proceeding with compilation
> base/componentmanager.lzx:1:10: The validator had a fatal error, but
> proceeding with compilation
> lz/button.lzx:1:10: The validator had a fatal error, but proceeding with
> compilation
> base/basebutton.lzx:1:10: The validator had a fatal error, but proceeding
> with compilation
>
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Date: Fri, 28 Apr 2006 08:26:14 -0700 (Pacific Standard Time)
From: Adam Wolff <adam <at> laszlosystems.com>
Subject: Re: [Laszlo-user] Laszlo Code Question
To: P T Withington <ptw <at> openlaszlo.org >
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I don't even think it's a syntax really. It looks the way it does for the
same reason that your left eye is wired to your right brain (b/c god
created it that way ;)

We had been discussing moving more of the instantiation logic into the
runtime, but even in a JS runtime you need the to compiler to extract
method bodies and also to decorate constraints with dependencies. (The
latter is possible but impractical with regular expressions in the
runtime.)

Jim and I have been talking about changing the way that replication works
(see his RFC from a few months ago on declared replication.) Ideally we
would move these classes into LZX, but to do see we would need to
formalize aspects of the compiler pass. Ideally, we'd do something like
what you suggest (though SWF compatible) but add a place where the
compiler can pass additional attributes.

We may need to do this before legals.

A


On Apr 28, P T Withington wrote:

> Does anyone else think that this syntax is barfalicious?  Could we have a
> better way?
>
> Is the arglist meant to be the JSON representation of the XML that you would
> have used statically?
>
> With the advent of e4x, could we just use the XML?  Something like:
>
> canvas.appendChild(canvas.createElement(
>  <{new_class} name="first" width="100" height="100" bgcolor="blue>
>    <view name="second" bgcolor="{red}" x="100" width="20" height="20 />
>  </{new_class}>));
>
> ?
>
> On 2006-04-28, at 00:33 EDT, Adam Wolff wrote:
>
> > I didn't test, but I think this should be:
> > new new_class(canvas, {name: "first", width: 100,
> >                       height: 100, bgcolor: blue},
> >              [ { name : "LzView" ,
> >                  attrs: {name: "second", bgcolor: red, x: 100,
> >                          width: 20, height: 20} ], true );
> >
> >
> > A
> >
> >
> > On Apr 27, Max Carlson wrote:
> >
> > > Hi,
> > >
> > > I can't get this code example to work correctly to demonstrate how to
> > > instantiate a new class. The third argument is suppose to be for the
> > > children of this instantiated class, but how do you set the parent view
> > > of the children. Right now, the view "second" is appearing at the top
> > > level. This occurs naturally enough because I have supplied "null" as
> > > its parent argument, but canvas.first produces a "first property not
> > > found" error. The small red square should appear inside the blue square
> > > and be its child
> > >
> > > <canvas>
> > >   <class name="new_class" width="100" height="100"/>
> > >   <handler name="oninit">
> > >      var parentview =
> > >          new new_class(canvas, {name: "first", width: 100,
> > >                       height: 100, bgcolor: blue},
> > > [ new LzView(null, {name: "second", bgcolor: red, x: 100, width: 20,
> > > height: 20})], true);
> > >   </handler>
> > >   <handler name="onaddsubview" args="view">
> > >      if (view.name <http://view.name> == null) return;
> > >      Debug.write("view = " + view.name <http://view.name >);
> > >   </handler>
> > > </canvas>
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P T Withington | 1 May 13:16 2006

Re: Class methods

LZX does not have "class methods" in the C++ sense (they have been  
proposed as an addition).  But, it looks to me like you mean TaskBar  
to be a singleton and you should be calling TaskBar.addWindowButton.

On 2006-04-30, at 21:04 EDT, Stéphane . wrote:

> Hi there, i'm trying to create a taskbar. My code is at the end.
> I don't understand why I can't call addWindowButton method of the  
> taskbar class!
> If someone can help, thanks !
> <?
>
> xml version="1.0" encoding ="UTF-8" ?>
> <
>
> canvas width="100%" height="100%" debug="true">
> <
>
> class name="fos_taskbar_button" extends="button">
>
> <attribute name="height" value="100%" />
>
> <attribute name="windowID" value="-1" />
>
> <method name="clicked" event="onclick">
> var relatedWindow = windowID;
>
> var visible = relatedWindow.visible ? false : true;
>
> relatedWindow.setAttribute("visible", visible);
>
>
> </method>
> </
>
> class>
> <
>
> class name="fos_taskbar" extends="view">
>
> <attribute name="height" value="30" />
>
> <attribute name="width" value="100%" />
>
> <attribute name="y" value="${immediateparent.height - this.height}" />
>
> <attribute name="defaultplacement" value="'insideview'" />
>
> <fos_taskbar_button id="fos_taskbar_startButton" text="Demarrer"  
> onclick="alert('this')" />
>
> <view name="insideview" width="${parent.width}" height="$ 
> {parent.height}" />
>
>
> <method name="addWindowButton" args="windowObject">
> newTBButton = new fos_taskbar_button(this.insideview, {title:  
> windowObject.title, windowID: windowObject.id});
>
>
> </method>
> </
>
> class>
> <
>
> class name="fos_window" extends ="window" oninit="this.setup()">
>
> <attribute name="closeable" value="true" />
>
> <attribute name="resizable" value="true" />
>
> <method name="setup" event="oninit">
> fos_taskbar.addWindowButton(this);
>
>
> </method>
> </
>
> class>
>
> <
>
> fos_taskbar id="TaskBar">
> </
>
> fos_taskbar>
> <
>
> fos_window>
>
> <attribute name="title" value="Title" />
> </
>
> fos_window>
> </
>
> canvas>
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Morgan Duchène | 1 May 14:38 2006
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Re: Adding button to window title area

Hi,
That's in the "state" entry from the LZX reference guide.
Morgan

Stéphane . a écrit :
Hi there, I saw a tutorial demonstrating how doing this using <window /> component.
If somehow know this site or have a clue about titlearea or something like this ?
Thanks.
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graphis1 | 1 May 18:12 2006
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referencing dataset from within a class


I'm having trouble referencing a dataset from within a class.

The code here: http://rafb.net/paste/results/eh2soq66.html produces
the error "couldn't find dataset for action:/" (Line 13 is where it's  
referenced.)

Would anyone be kind enough to suggest what I should do to correct it?
Henry Minsky | 1 May 18:45 2006
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Re: referencing dataset from within a class

<datapointer xpath="action:/">

should maybe be

<datapointer xpath="local:action:/" >


On 5/1/06, graphis1-ee4meeAH724@public.gmane.org <graphis1-ee4meeAH724@public.gmane.org> wrote:

I'm having trouble referencing a dataset from within a class.

The code here: http://rafb.net/paste/results/eh2soq66.html produces
the error "couldn't find dataset for action:/" (Line 13 is where it's
referenced.)

Would anyone be kind enough to suggest what I should do to correct it?


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Re: referencing dataset from within a class


Thanks for the replies folks.

Henry Minsky wrote:
>  "action:/"
>
> should maybe be
>
>  "local:action:/"

Thanks - this looks promising, but it still isn't behaving as  
expected - the error message
disappears, but I get an "Operation Failed" message straight away,  
presumably
because theres no location for the action dataset set yet. Subsequent
requests to the action dataset all result in "Operation Failed."

J Crowley wrote:

> Doesn't look like you're defining the location of the data for the
> "action" dataset.  It appears you just have this tag:
>
>      <dataset name="action" type="http" request = "false" />
>
> ...with no resource for it assigned either within that tag or  
> anywhere else.

You're right there - the 'action' dataset is intended as a  
'placeholder' that I can
route requests through from the main canvas. The idea is that  
requests are
fed through the action dataset and an updated set of records is  
returned via
the 'list' dataset on successful submission. This in turn  
automatically updates
any views bound to the list dataset.

So there's no actual location for the action dataset until a request  
is made from
the canvas - this was my intention, but I appreciate it's not the  
traditional method.

Any other thoughts would be warmly received.
http://rafb.net/paste/results/eh2soq66.html

>> I'm having trouble referencing a dataset from within a class.
>>
>> The code here: http://rafb.net/paste/results/eh2soq66.html produces
>> the error "couldn't find dataset for action:/" (Line 13 is where it's
>> referenced.)
>>
>> Would anyone be kind enough to suggest what I should do to correct  
>> it?
Henry Minsky | 1 May 19:27 2006
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Re: referencing dataset from within a class

I believe an empty local datset will be created by the <dataset> declaration. That is, it will have no child elements. There may be some issue with how you are generating the ondata events. When I did this manually from the debugger, the xpath query worked fine.

  <class name = "datapipe" extends = "node">
      <attribute name = "table" type = "string" />
      <dataset name="action" type="http" request = "false" />
      <datapointer name='bar' xpath="local:action:/">
        <method event="ondata">
          var q = "results/text()";
          Debug.write(q, this.xpathQuery(q));
        </method>
      </datapointer>
   </class>

<datapipe id='foo'/>


In the debugger, I did this manually

lzx> k = new LzDataElement("results")
«LzDataElement#3| <results/>»
lzx> c = new LzDataText("success!")
«LzDataText(0)#4| []»
lzx> k.appendChild(c)
«LzDataText(0)#4| []»
lzx> foo.action.appendChild(k)
«LzDataElement#3| <results>success!</results>»
lzx> foo.bar
«LzDatapointer#0| <action><results>success!</results></action>»
lzx> foo.bar.ondata.sendEvent()
results/text() success!
lzx>









You're right there - the 'action' dataset is intended as a
'placeholder' that I can
route requests through from the main canvas. The idea is that
requests are
fed through the action dataset and an updated set of records is
returned via
the 'list' dataset on successful submission. This in turn
automatically updates
any views bound to the list dataset.

So there's no actual location for the action dataset until a request
is made from
the canvas - this was my intention, but I appreciate it's not the
traditional method.

Any other thoughts would be warmly received.
http://rafb.net/paste/results/eh2soq66.html



>> I'm having trouble referencing a dataset from within a class.
>>
>> The code here: http://rafb.net/paste/results/eh2soq66.html produces
>> the error "couldn't find dataset for action:/" (Line 13 is where it's
>> referenced.)
>>
>> Would anyone be kind enough to suggest what I should do to correct
>> it?




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graphis1 | 1 May 19:56 2006
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Re: referencing dataset from within a class


Thanks Henry - you appear to be right - It is something to do with the way ondata is being triggered. I adapted the datapath to only receive the xpath attribute when data is being sent through the 'action' dataset:

<class name = "datapipe" extends = "node">
        <dataset name="list" type="http" request = "false" /> 
        <dataset name="action" type="http" request = "false" />

        <method reference = "action" event="ondata">
             dp.setAttribute("xpath", "local:action:/");
        </method>
        <datapointer name = "dp">
        <method event="ondata">
                 if (this.xpathQuery("result/text()") == "success") {
                     parent.list.doRequest();
                     Debug.write("Operation succeeded");
                  } else {
                     Debug.write("Operation failed");
                  }
         </method>
         </datapointer>
</class>

Now, the first time I send data to the action dataset, everything works fine - the xpath query executes exactly as expected. However, all subsequent requests do not seem to trigger the ondata event within the datapointer. Any ideas why this might be? I tried adding 'rerunxpath="true"' but didn't notice a change.


On 1 May 2006, at 18:27, Henry Minsky wrote:

I believe an empty local datset will be created by the <dataset> declaration. That is, it will have no child elements. There may be some issue with how you are generating the ondata events. When I did this manually from the debugger, the xpath query worked fine.

  <class name = "datapipe" extends = "node">
      <attribute name = "table" type = "string" />
      <dataset name="action" type="http" request = "false" />
      <datapointer name='bar' xpath="local:action:/">
        <method event="ondata">
          var q = "results/text()";
          Debug.write(q, this.xpathQuery(q));
        </method>
      </datapointer>
   </class>

<datapipe id='foo'/>


In the debugger, I did this manually

lzx> k = new LzDataElement("results")
«LzDataElement#3| <results/>»
lzx> c = new LzDataText("success!")
«LzDataText(0)#4| []»
lzx> k.appendChild(c)
«LzDataText(0)#4| []»
lzx> foo.action.appendChild(k)
«LzDataElement#3| <results>success!</results>»
lzx> foo.bar
«LzDatapointer#0| <action><results>success!</results></action>»
lzx> foo.bar.ondata.sendEvent()
results/text() success!
lzx>









You're right there - the 'action' dataset is intended as a
'placeholder' that I can
route requests through from the main canvas. The idea is that
requests are
fed through the action dataset and an updated set of records is
returned via
the 'list' dataset on successful submission. This in turn
automatically updates
any views bound to the list dataset.

So there's no actual location for the action dataset until a request
is made from
the canvas - this was my intention, but I appreciate it's not the
traditional method.

Any other thoughts would be warmly received.
http://rafb.net/paste/results/eh2soq66.html



>> I'm having trouble referencing a dataset from within a class.
>>
>> The code here: http://rafb.net/paste/results/eh2soq66.html produces
>> the error "couldn't find dataset for action:/" (Line 13 is where it's
>> referenced.)
>>
>> Would anyone be kind enough to suggest what I should do to correct
>> it?




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