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From Andy Lewis <Andy.Le...@NSMG.VERITAS.com>
Subject RE: A request for opinions...
Date Wed, 03 May 2000 17:34:20 GMT
Thanks!

Andy Lewis
VERITAS Software, Heathrow, Florida
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"Man's sensitivity to little things and insensitivity to the greatest are
the signs of a strange disorder" -Pascal


		-----Original Message-----
		From:	Paul Russell [mailto:Paul.Russell@uea.ac.uk]
		Sent:	Wednesday, May 03, 2000 10:18 AM
		To:	cocoon-dev@xml.apache.org
		Subject:	Re: A request for opinions...

		Heh. This old chesnut ;)

		Basically, cocoon isn't an application server (although
it'll be
		part of one Real Soon Now if ExOffice have their way, or I
get
		so bored I beat them to it ;).

		Cocoon is a tool for separating information from
presentation,
		basically, and it's a very powerful tool at that.

		Enhydra is an application server, it does some of the things
		cocoon does, as it happens, but they're not really competing
		products as far as I'm concerned.


		Paul

		On Wed, May 03, 2000 at 10:00:57AM -0400, Andy Lewis wrote:
		> 
		> I have been using Cocoon 1.x  for quite a while now, and
am thrilled with it
		> (I've also been lurking on this list for a long time)  I
was wondering
		> however if anyone here has really looked at Enhydra and
can tell in what the
		> real differences are. I admit to preferring Cocoon
(+Tomcat) from what I've
		> seen so far, and I fully expect an appropriately biased
response :-). If
		> anyone has already looked and can save me some evaluation
time, it would be
		> much appreciated. 
		> 
		> Thanks!
		> 
		> 
		> Andy Lewis
		> Voice:  407-531-7584  -  Fax:  407-531-7686  -  Cell:
407-718-4718
		> Pager:  4077184718@mobile.att.net  -  EMail:
andy.lewis@veritas.com
		> 
		> 
		> 

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