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From java guru <javacoc...@yahoo.co.in>
Subject Re: beginner
Date Wed, 01 Aug 2001 11:58:48 GMT
Hi.,
   You could do it either way....if u dont want any of
c2 default sitemap components then u can modify the
main sitemap and put ur xml&xsl as per the examples
provide...or if u prefer to keep the main c2 examples
and build ur project separately, then look at the
subsitemap examples...

I follow the subsitemap method for development and
then plan to deploy on main sitemap in prod...


 --- raghu <s_raghu@rti.daimlerchrysler.com> wrote: >
Hello all,
> I am a cocoon beginner, i want to create a new
> application(a portal),  where
> should i put all my xml, xsl documents and should i
> change the original
> sitemap and cocoon.xconf to suit my needs, or should
> i put my docs in a
> separate directory and copy sitemap.xmap and
> cocoon.xconf to it and then do
> changes?
> hope my question is clear enough,
> please reply,
> raghu
> 
> 
> "black holes are,
> when GOD is dividing by zero"
> 
> 
>
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Thanks and have great day
srini

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