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From Matt Sergeant <m...@sergeant.org>
Subject Re: [Ideas?] Integrating Cocoon2 and WebDAV
Date Wed, 16 May 2001 09:11:37 GMT
On Wed, 16 May 2001, Matthew Langham wrote:

> We are currently examining WebDAV as a way of providing access to the XML
> and XSL files available through our Cocoon2 based platform "sunShine". We
> have already implmented a simple CMS into sunShine - but this uses Cocoon2
> components and architecture to manage the content.
> 
> As an increasing number of clients are including WebDAV support we would
> like to provide this as an additional means of accessing the xml content and
> the xsl stylesheets in the CMS.
> 
> I have taken a look at the jakarta-slide project which is a combination of
> WebDav and CMS. However I do not really like the idea of having to install
> another servlet parallel to Cocoon. Also we do not (really) want to
> implement another CMS. So at the moment I am imagining a solution where we
> have a combination of Cocoon 2 components (Actions whatever) that can
> interpret the incoming HTTP WebDav data and are able to call Cocoon2
> pipelines depending on the functions required.
> 
> Comments?

Wouldn't mod_dav integrate pretty smoothly with the existing setup? Seems
a waste to look into re-inventing the wheel...

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