[XML-SIG] 4Suite problems

Anders Bruun Olsen anders@bruun-olsen.net
Fri, 13 Dec 2002 14:36:18 +0100

n Fri, Dec 13, 2002 at 01:57:53PM +1100, Michael Hall wrote:
> Warning: I am a relative newbie to Python, 4Suite and XSLT, I may
> easily have
> missed something obvious in your example, and you may be trying to do
> something
> I'm not even aware of. That said, however ...

I looks like you have caught on to the idea :)

> Do you need to explicitly open the XML and XSL files? Normally, you
> would
> simply supply filepaths to the processor:

Uhmm.. probably not, but take a look below..

> > def ProcessFile(input, output):
>           stylesheet = "/path/to/somesheet.xsl"
> >         xsltprocessor = Processor()
> >         xsltprocessor.appendStylesheetUri(stylesheet)
> >         result = xsltprocessor.runUri(input)
> >         if result:
> >                 open(output, "w").write(result)
> This works for me creating dynamically generating HTML web pages with
> a Python
> CGI script, except that I do this with the result:
> if result:
>     print "Content-type: text/html\n\n"
>     print result

This results in the following error:

AttributeError: Processor instance has no attribute 'appendStylesheetUri'

I forgot to mention that I am using 4Suite 0.11.1

Version: 3.12
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