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From Piratenvisier <>
Subject Re: using maven archetypes
Date Wed, 17 Jul 2013 18:15:58 GMT
Hello Thorsten,

I got cocoon running under the latest wicket application.
Most time I spend because of the low degree of documentation.
The email adaption you spoke of is there some public access to it.
How can I transfer the content of a bean in the pipline, as I could do
it before with flowscript ?

Am 04.07.2013 15:04, schrieb Thorsten Scherler:
> Please do not crosspost but stay in the original thread.
> On 07/03/2013 08:37 AM, Piratenvisier wrote:
>> When i create the mysample block with the atchetype as described on
>> the cocoon 3.0
>> homepage maven first complains that there is no cocoon-optional
>> 3.0.0-alpha-3-SNAPSHOT dependency.
>> when I ask for cocoon-optional 3.0.0-alpha-3 I get the error when I
>> start jetty
>> java.lang.NoClassDefFoundError: org/springframework/core/env/Environment
>> what is the problem
>> when I want to use the cocoon pipeline in my wicket application
>> I have a dependency problem between flyingsaucer and
>> org.apache.xmlgraphics fop 1.0
>> or org.apache.cocoon cocoon-fop-ng-impl 1.0.0-SNAPSHOT
> On 07/04/2013 01:57 PM, Piratenvisier wrote:
>> Thank you I got it.
>> I was an adherent of cocoon from the beginning.
>> But with the upcoming AJAX I felt that for dynamic web it was not the
> rightt solution.
>> So I stopped to use it.I started my project again because thanks to
> cocoon's hompage I
>> noticed the upcoming wicket.
>> Wicket brought a new dynamic in my project there were only two
> use-cases for which I preferred cocoon.
>> For PDF generation and email-transport. I used flow :cocoon-protocol
> fop-ng
>> But this services could not be upgraded from cocoon 2.2.0 to 3.
>> Meanwhile I use hibernate and spring 3.1 and I would prefer to use the
> hibernate ojb-part with annotations in cocoon.
>> but in cocoon 3 first flow and cocoon-protokol is missing and I can
> not use spring 3.1
>> So the situation becomes worse and worse for me. So I am looking how
> to escape from cocoon
>> with flyingsaucer and an own email adaption maybe as soap-application.
> I do not really understand your problems. c3 is using
> <spring.version>3.2.2.RELEASE</spring.version>
> why can you use that but are bound to 3.1?
> Regarding the dep conflict you have I recommend to use the pom view of
> eclipse and there the dep hierarchy, where you can exclude certain deps
> directly.
> Regarding the sending mail, in one of our deployments we are using c3 to
> create the eMails in 2 different formats (html and plain text) and
> attach pdfs that we as well generate via fo from a pipeline. Further the
> solution is based on JMS to make it async and it works like a charm to
> invoke a cocoon java pipeline via JMSListener.
> Further c3 is designed to be integrated painlessly in whatever, meaning
> you can have a my faces app and some business code can call c3 pipelines
> to get data processed, so IMO it is now time to get into cocoon again.
> salu2

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