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XMLForm(3pm)						User Contributed Perl Documentation					      XMLForm(3pm)

CGI::XMLForm - Extension of which reads/generates formated XML. NB: This is a subclass of, so can be used in it's place. SYNOPSIS
use CGI::XMLForm; my $cgi = new CGI::XMLForm; if ($cgi->param) { print $cgi->header, $cgi->pre($cgi->escapeHTML($cgi->toXML)); } else { open(FILE, "test.xml") or die "Can't open: $!"; my @queries = ('/a', '/a/b*', '/a/b/c*', /a/d'); print $cgi->header, $cgi->pre($cgi->escapeHTML( join " ", $cgi->readXML(*FILE, @queries))); } DESCRIPTION
This module can either create form field values from XML based on XQL/XSL style queries (full XQL is _not_ supported - this module is designed for speed), or it can create XML from form values. There are 2 key functions: toXML and readXML. toXML The module takes form fields given in a specialised format, and outputs them to XML based on that format. The idea is that you can create forms that define the resulting XML at the back end. The format for the form elements is: <input name="/body/p/ul/li"> which creates the following XML: <body> <p> <ul> <li>Entered Value</li> </ul> </p> </body> It's the user's responsibility to design appropriate forms to make use of this module. Details of how come below... Also supported are attribute form items, that allow creation of element attributes. The syntax for this is: <input name="/body/p[@id='mypara' and @onClick='someFunc()']/@class"> Which creates the following XML: <body> <p id="mypara" onClick="someFunc()" class="Entered Value"></p> </body> Also possible are relative paths. So the following form elements: <input type="hidden" name="/table/tr"> <input type="text" name="td"> <input type="text" name="td"> <input type="text" name="../tr/td"> Will create the following XML: <table> <tr> <td>value1</td> <td>value2</td> </tr> <tr> <td>value3</td> </tr> </table> SYNTAX
The following is a brief syntax guideline Full paths start with a "/" : "/table/tr/td" Relative paths start with either ".." or just a tag name. "../tr/td" "td" Relative paths go at the level above the previous path, unless the previous path was also a relative path, in which case it goes at the same level. This seems confusing at first (you might expect it to always go at the level above the previous element), but it makes your form easier to design. Take the following example: You have a timesheet (see the example supplied in the archive) that has monday,tues- day,etc. Our form can look like this: <input type="text" name="/timesheet/projects/project/@Name"> <input type="text" name="monday"> <input type="text" name="tuesday"> ... Rather than: <input type="text" name="/timesheet/projects/project/@Name"> <input type="text" name="monday"> <input type="text" name="../tuesday"> <input type="text" name="../wednesday"> ... If unsure I recommend using full paths, relative paths are great for repeating groups of data, but weak for heavily structured data. Pic- ture the following paths: /timesheet/employee/name/forename ../surname title ../department This actually creates the following XML: <timesheet> <employee> <name> <forename>val1</forname> <surname>val2</surname> <title>val3></title> </name> <department>val4</department> </employee> </timesheet> Confusing eh? Far better to say: /timesheet/employee/name/forename /timesheet/employee/name/surname /timesheet/employee/name/title /timesheet/employee/department Or alternatively, better still: /timesheet/employee/name (Make hidden and no value) forename surname title ../department Attributes go in square brackets. Attribute names are preceded with an "@", and attribute values follow an "=" sign and are enclosed in quotes. Multiple attributes are separated with " and ". /table[@bgcolor="blue" and @width="100%"]/tr/td If setting an attribute, it follows after the tag that it is associated with, after a "/" and it's name is preceded with an "@". /table/@bgcolor readXML readXML takes either a file handle or text as the first parameter and a list of queries following that. The XML is searched for the queries and it returns a list of tuples that are the query and the match. It's easier to demonstrate this with an example. Given the following XML: <a>Foo <b>Bar <c>Fred</c> <c>Blogs</c> </b> <b>Red <c>Barbara</c> <c>Cartland</c> </b> <d>Food</d> </a> And the following queries: /a /a/b* c* /a/d it returns the following result as a list: /a Foo /a/b Bar c Fred c Blogs /a/b Red c Barbara c Cartland /a/d Food (NB: This is slightly incorrect - for /a and /a/b it will return "Foo " and "Bar " respectively). The queries support relative paths like toXML (including parent paths), and they also support wildcards using ".*" or ".*?" (preferably ".*?" as it's probably a better match). If a wildcard is specified the results will have the actual value substituted with the wildcard. Wildcards are a bit experimental, so be careful ;-) Caveats There are a few caveats to using this module: AUTHOR
Matt Sergeant, Based on an original concept, and discussions with, Jonathan Eisenzopf. Thanks to the Perl-XML mailing list for suggesting the XSL syntax. Special thanks to Francois Belanger ( for his mentoring and help with the syntax design. SEE ALSO
CGI(1), CGI::XML perl v5.8.8 2005-01-18 XMLForm(3pm)

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