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From Sebastien Arbogast <>
Subject Re: Cocoon 2.1.7 and XML-RPC. Handle client requests through cocoon.
Date Wed, 29 Jun 2005 16:22:16 GMT
>  Hello Sebastien
>  Thanks for your update on that Wiki Page. Your approach is very
> interesting. The way to provide the xml to the flowscript through a
> streamgenerator seems similar for XML-RPC.
>  I found two classes in XML-RPC Package that could be called through a
> Flowscript (WebServer, XMLRpcServer) to handle the rpc and generate a
> request.
>  The same I thought of the Axis classes SoapServerImpl and AxisRPCReader but
> haven`t followed up this yet.

Yes I know about that SoapServerImpl but I've never understood how to
use it and never got help so I had to tinker that myself.

>  Do you think it could compile faster to write an apple instead of
> flowscript? I mean, I do not need any Continuation Features here so why
> relying on flowscript.

I know nothing about apples or javaflow. There isn't any documentation
about it anywhere and it seems too experimental for my application.
That and the fact that flowscript is interpreted are the reasons why I
chose flowscript. But of course it would certainly be easier with Java

S├ębastien Arbogast

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