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From "Vadim Gritsenko" <>
Subject RE: [Newbie] Where do cocoon apps go?
Date Mon, 01 Apr 2002 02:56:39 GMT
Give some more attention to the, "Adding optional
components". When reading it, bear in mind that steps to add could be
applied (in reverse) if you want to remove components/libs. Once you
customized your libs, do "build clean" and "build
-Dinclude.webapp.libs=yes webapp" to build customized to your needs
Cocoon version. After that, edit sitemap.xmap, cocoon.xconf, web.xml
(yes, you can edit it too!), add/remove XML/XSLT/SQL/etc files, and
run/debug it till you get what you need. When finished - rename
resulting cocoon.war to whatever you want and ship it! This is your app
now, built with Cocoon.


-----Original Message-----
From: Eric de Groot [] 
Sent: Sunday, March 31, 2002 9:33 PM
Subject: [Newbie] Where do cocoon apps go?

I read all the articles and tutorials with the cocoon documentation, but
I cannot find any information telling me how to actually let an app use
cocoon.  Does the app need to be in a sub-directory of /webapps/cocoon/
, without it’s own web.xml, etc..?  How can I have my application
/webapps/myapp/ use cocoon?  Do I need to route everything through
Cocoon2 in my web.xml?  How will cocoon know where my sitemap is?  Is
there any documentation that details how to create a cocoon application
from scratch?  The tutorial says we need a sitemap, this code, this sql,
etc.., but doesn’t explain where any of it goes.  Any help to get me
started would be appreciated.  Thanks.

-Eric de Groot

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