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From "Lars Steiger" <stei...@access.ch>
Subject schedule/batch feature inside cocoon
Date Tue, 12 Feb 2002 20:54:36 GMT
hi everybody

first, i really like the cocoon framework. but unfortunally i am missing
something, that's (i know) not so usual for servlet based applications. i've
just implemented some kind of html parsing logic inside cocoon, which now
looks very nice (thanx to cocoon). but i can't start the whole parsing
process as a scheduled task, without using a tool outside cocoon.

but before i start hacking something together for myself, i thought that
maybe it would be a cool feature for cocoon. so i am asking you about your
opinion for such a feature inside cocoon.

cool would be, if it would also be configurable inside the sitemap, like a
matcher. but instead of for example an url it would match a time/interval.
but i know, the whole thing is very request driven.

maybe it would also be nice, if a pipeline could be treated like a batch
job. request comes in, independed thread will get started and the response
comes imediately. but this is (IMHO) another thing.

at the moment i'm finding my path through the jungle, so don't expect too
much. maybe there are some inputs/warnings out there.

greetings,
lars steiger


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