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Subject: Re: [docbook-apps] How to set up profiling in customization layer?

I've troubleshooted this a bit further and found an error in our XML catalog file, which resolved to an old version of the stylesheet. Fixing this and restarting oXygen solved the initial problems.
Now, I have another question:
I understand that you must have attribute values on the form value1;value2 if an element is to be selected both when the condition is value1 and when it is value2.We use controlled vocabulary for our attributes, and have customized the rng schema to enforce this.
Currently this looks something like this:
<attribute name="audience"><ref name="my.audience.choices"/></attribute>
<define name="my.audience.choices"><choice><value>value1</value><value>value2</value></choice></define>
How do I change this definition so that it allows value1;value2 but not value1;value1 ? We use the non-compact rng syntax.
Best regards,
Bergfrid Skaara

On Wed, Sep 30, 2009 at 9:18 AM, Bergfrid Skaara <bergfrid.digitaldias@gmail.com> wrote:
ofcourse... I should have thought of that. But no, adding inner quotes did not do any difference
Best Regards,
Bergfrid Skaara

On Tue, Sep 29, 2009 at 2:01 PM, Camille Bégnis <camille@neodoc.biz> wrote:

<xsl:param name="profile.audience" select="None"/>

Will try to select a "None" element. Try this instead:

<xsl:param name="profile.audience" select="'None'"/>

With the word 'None' into simple quotes so it's taken as a string.... I
was caught a number of times on this :-)


Bergfrid Skaara wrote:
> Hi,
> I'm trying to introduce profiling to the following scenario, so far
> without success:
> DocBook 5, modular with xincludes and olinks. Have unique xml:id and
> profiling attributes set
> XSL customization layer which imports fo/profile-docbook.xsl
> oxygen XML Editor 10.3 with saxon6.5.5 and FOP0.95 stylesheets 1.75.1
> problem:
> I have <section audience="All">... and add <xsl:param
> name="profile.audience" select="None"></xsl:param> to my cust.layer
> and the generated PDF is not filtered (everything is included). Both
> validation and transformation are successfull and
> fo/profile-docbook.xsl is read at processing. It seems like the
> profile param is ignored.
> I believe I've followed the instructions in the book to the letter,
> but clearly I must be missing something. Suggestions?
> Best regards,
> Bergfrid Skaara

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