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From Marc Portier <>
Subject Re: [MVC] OJB+Woody+Flow
Date Thu, 17 Jul 2003 21:19:25 GMT

Antonio Gallardo wrote:
> Hi:
> I was ending my simple research of how to start a new web application
> using Cocoon.
> I choosed to use the MVC (Model View Controler) approach. My proposal is:
> Database: PostgreSQL
> Model: Java+OJB -
> View: Woody
> Controler: Flow in Cocoon CVS.
> If someone has already experience in this with the proposed products, I
> will be glad if he can share some advises.

just bounce off your woody questions (will try to answer), 
feature requests and patches (rest of your choices not in an 
active domain I'm afraid)

in fact you might want to have a look to the Woody-binding stuff 
I've thrown into bugzilla. It uses JXPath and should be fairly 
ready for mapping onto javabeans (but limited time made me not 
test that)

(Bruno told me he wanted to do some more on the patch before 
checking in, but the impatient can already grab the patch from 
bug 21671 |

> I know that Hibernate is the prefered and explored choice for Model, but
> the problem with the LPGL looks like a break (I know know why is a problem
> since LGPL can be used in a total propietary solution without breaking any
> law).
> Since we need a total solution in one package, this is why I will try to
> use OJB.

of course the ojb list might be of help on those details of course.

> I will tell you how it will work.
> Best Regards,
> Antonio Gallardo.

Marc Portier                  
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