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From Berin Loritsch <>
Subject Re: Redirecting *.xml to cocoon2 but keep static content served by apache
Date Tue, 02 Oct 2001 14:59:55 GMT
Michael Bierenfeld wrote:
> Hi there,
> :-) I am getting closer. JBOSS integrated. Still not finished but there
> is some light on the horizon. I habe created a logicsheet ejblogic.xsl,
> modified cocoon.xconf, created my own sitemap and using a specific
> stylesheet together with the content files -> works fine.
> When I use the following xml content :
> <img height="1" src="../../images/else/clearpixel.gif" width="5"/>
> When I transform this to html and access it with
> "http://localhost:8080/cocoon/Projekts/content.xml" the image
> "../../images/else/clearpixel.gif" is evenso served by tomcat/cocoon.
> Does anybody know how I can get rid of that. Of course without the need
> of using "http://localhost/<path_to_image>/clearpixel.gif" I have approx
> 150 pages.

In your WEB-INF/web.xml file, change the mapping from "/" to the various
things you want mapped to Cocoon.  In your example you would use "*.xml".
I personally use the correct extension for the resource type generated.
If I am generating HTML from my XML, I would map "*.html" and have cocoon
server the resource.

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