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From TREGAN Fabien <>
Subject RE: renewed Newbie Question
Date Mon, 27 May 2002 11:40:34 GMT
>But what do i have to do, if i would 
like to dynamical transform XML to XHTML in a userhompage?
>Say be trying to access http://myserver/~user/hello-page.xml?

All you have to do is tell tomcat (or whatever servlet container you use)
send (or redirect), http://myserver/~* to your cocoon app. Though this is
not a Cocoon related question, it is in the FAQ (go to
http://localhost:8080/cocoon, click on "documentation", then "FAQ" and read

>-----Message d'origine-----
>De: Jens Nie []
>Date: lundi 27 mai 2002 13:34
>Objet: renewed Newbie Question
>Hi cocooners,
>i just asked that question a couple of days before, but did 
>not receive any 
>response to it. And i suppose it's simple for you gurus. So 
>i'm about to try 
>I have installed the jakarta-tomcat and cocoon packages 
>shipped with the 
>Suse-8.0 LinuX-Distribution. The examples work fine. 
>The question is: what changes do i have to make to 
>configuration to make cocoon processing work in user homepages?
>Any sugestions? 
>	Sincerly
>		jneines
>                      Dipl. Phys. Jens Nie
>         Fachbereich Physik, Universität Osnabrück
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