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From Paul Russell <>
Subject Re: Will cocoon2 be a servlet?
Date Mon, 04 Dec 2000 19:24:13 GMT
On Mon, Dec 04, 2000 at 07:45:20PM +0000, Ulrich Mayring wrote:
> Paul Russell wrote:
> > There are mumblings inside Avalon towers about an api for
> > managing this hierachic relationships -- it's called Camelot,
> > and it's described as a containment API. It should allow us to
> > put a servlet container inside avalon in a uniform fashion,
> > and therefore cocoon2 could live inside that (remember that
> > cocoon2 is still a servlet at present). Alternatively, we could
> > move Cocoon2 over to being a service within avalon, although
> > I'm not sure if the service cocoon provides is general enough
> > to be imeplemented elsewhere. What are you doing that requires
> > the servlet api? There may well be an alternative even if we
> > did move over to being a service.
> Well, what about the Response object, the Request object, the Session
> object, ....

Most of that *should* be generalised, I'd have thought? Having
said that, I've just noticed that CommandLineRequest is derived
from HttpServletRequest. Should there be generic request and
response interfaces?

cc Cocoon-dev for some further perusal.
Paul Russell                               <>
Technical Director,         
Luminas Ltd.

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