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From "Piroumian, Konstantin" <KPiroum...@flagship.ru>
Subject Re: dynamic sitemap?
Date Fri, 11 Jan 2002 13:46:42 GMT
>
> > I don't like dynamic sitemaps and read my next mail to understand why.
> >
> > Moreover, nobody ever could come up with a meaningful example that
> > *required* the use of a dynamic sitemap.
> >
> > But maybe you can. I'm all ears.
> >
>
> To me (and I am sure others) there are 3 phases and 3 sites/VMs to
> developing a website et al:
> - dev.site.com
> - qa.site.com
> - live.site.com
>
> I think it would be good if cocoon could handle these. For dev, the team
is
> usually small and would work most efficiently if everything was able to be
> dynamic (and used a storyboarding tool to layout the site :). qa and live
> would be exactly the same and compiled. Perhaps dev and qa are supposed to
> be on one machine and live is on your big machine.

If I get you right, what you are describing is something like an
adminitrative interface for the sitemap. Something like that is available in
Jakarta Struts - you have special administrative URLs where you can
add/delete an action, form bean, etc. I think that something like that is
possible with Cocoon too.

If you need a dynamic sitemap at runtime then you can use selector to
dynamically select processing paths, you can use more generic pipelines,
etc. Look at the <map:mount /> - using it you can achieve something like a
dynamic sitemap.

> ---
> It would also be nice to have promotion abilities. Perhaps by reading the
> dynamic properties set[1] during the dev phase the system determines when
> the site is promoted to qa, then to live.
>
> best,
> -Rob
>
> [1] Properties set through a gui like:
> - authors signing off on individual content pieces
> - editors signing off on pages
> - producers signing off on folders/sites
> - etc
> when all these are set to 'go' or something the site is preomoted to the
> next level.
>
>
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