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Tapestry template exception

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Im working on an application that uses Tapestry and DOJO.
I added some javascript logic to existing HTML and it fails to run
when deployed, javascript executes fine otherwise.
org.apache.tapestry.parse.TemplateParseException
Tag <curTime)){on line 127 contains more than one 'days' attribute.
context:/WEB-INF/html/Schedule.html, line 127
122 var startMonth = start.substring(0,2);
123 var endMonth = end.substring(0,2);
124 var startDate = startMonth + startDay;
125 var endDate = endMonth +endDay;
126 if(days < 10){
127 days = '0'+days.toString();
128 }
129 if(scheduleName==""){
130 FailureDialog_show("The following error occurred during the
schedule creation:", "You must specify a schedule name.");
131 return false;
132 } else if((startDay 0 && endDay 0 && day != 0) ){
here issue is whenever a var is assigned a value again, it issues
this
exception, if this value is assigned to a new varibale, it works
fine.
Anybody knows why this behaviour happens?
Sep 30 '08 #1
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On 2008-09-30 11:18, [FX] Tarandeep singh wrote:
Im working on an application that uses Tapestry and DOJO.
I added some javascript logic to existing HTML and it fails to run
when deployed, javascript executes fine otherwise.
org.apache.tapestry.parse.TemplateParseException
Tag <curTime)){on line 127 contains more than one 'days' attribute.
context:/WEB-INF/html/Schedule.html, line 127
First of all, this looks more like a Tapestry related problem, and
should probably be discussed on their mailing list. Second, if you think
you *have* to post in more than one newsgroup, it's considered polite to
at least say so. (the same post appeared in c.l.java.programmer, where
it's already being discussed)
122 var startMonth = start.substring(0,2);
123 var endMonth = end.substring(0,2);
124 var startDate = startMonth + startDay;
125 var endDate = endMonth +endDay;
126 if(days < 10){
127 days = '0'+days.toString();
128 }
...
here issue is whenever a var is assigned a value again, it issues
this
exception, if this value is assigned to a new varibale, it works
fine.
Where did 'days' come from? If you think that assigning to it is a
problem, you need to show us the relevant passage. The exception also
mentions a "tag" having two "attributes", this looks like an error in
the XML structure. Where's that tag?
- Conrad
Sep 30 '08 #2

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