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From Bertrand Delacretaz <>
Subject Re: We need a detailed comparison with Struts (XML/REST integration?)
Date Mon, 10 Jun 2002 08:31:41 GMT
On Monday 10 June 2002 10:23, Sylvain Wallez wrote:
>. . .
> 4 - Can we integrate Stuts and Cocoon ?
> --------------------------------------
> The JSP part of Struts can certainly be integrated into Cocoon using the
> JSPGenerator. What about the controller part (i.e. the servlets) ?
>. . .

Rings a bell here, cause I'm thinking along the same lines between Enhydra 
( and Cocoon.

How about using these (struts, enhydra, etc.) as XML-based back-ends to a 
Cocoon presentation front-end?

I'm thinking of Cocoon relaying user HTTP requests to the back-end, and the 
back-end replying with XML documents representing the "logical contents" of 
pages (see also [1]).

The back-end would be fully testable with anteater, JUnit/HTTPUnit or 
something using HTTP/XML interactions, and the Cocoon front-end would be 
nicely decoupled and care only about the presentation layer.

Any comments? First-hand experiences?


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