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From "Moritz Petersen" <devmaill...@pnpconsult.com>
Subject newbie: how to get a clean application
Date Wed, 13 Mar 2002 21:15:56 GMT
hi list,

i'm quite a newbie to cocoon. the last few hours, i've spent removing .jar
files, pipelines etc. from the original cocoon configuration.
my goal is to build a thin cocoon application, which renders xml to svg to
png. so all the database stuff, the searching abilities, the hello world
pipelines etc. are not used by my application.
is there a clean cocoon template anywhere, or how do i know, which jars and
other configuration settings are necessary for my application?

one example: while the documentation says the maybeupload jar is _not_
required, cocoon throws an exception without it.

other example (may be special to my configuration): when packing the
application with the ant [war] target, javac.jar is identified not to have a
valid manifest.mf file. this results in errors during the extraction of the
file in jboss.

any suggestions are welcome!

-moritz.


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