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From Niclas Hedhman <>
Subject Re: [Proposal] Complete Cocoon 2.1 distribution...
Date Mon, 20 Jan 2003 06:48:28 GMT

Definately a "plus" from me. Tomcat is nice, but often a bit "heavy" on 
resources (and last time I checked Jetty was much less so).

Did you manage to hardwire Cocoon to the "root" level in Jetty? That would 
also be a nice "extra".


On Monday 20 January 2003 09:14, Pier Fumagalli wrote:
> Folks,
>     I've been playing around lately with Jetty and Cocoon, and came out
> with the idea of possibly distributing the two together...
> Basically what I did is a some sort of "minimal" server distribution
> including Jetty as a container, and Cocoon as the only configured servlet.
> The "cute" thing about this is that I was able to completely remove the
> "web-inf" directory, and the "web.xml" file, having basically Cocoon
> "hardwired" straight into the HTTP stack.
> I believe that in some cases (where the Cocoon WAR is the only
> web-application on a server) this might be somehow advantageous, and Jetty
> is somehow faster than Tomcat...
> There is only a very minimal patch that need to be applied to the
> CocoonServlet to make it work, the ability to find logkit.xconf and
> cocoon.xconf straight from a file in addition to the use of the servlet
> context "getResource()" method...
> All the rest works pretty much as is...
> Is anyone else interested in this???
>     Pier
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