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From Vadim Gritsenko <>
Subject Re: Cocoon in Batch Environment
Date Sun, 26 Oct 2003 04:13:58 GMT
Geoff Howard wrote:

> Vadim Gritsenko wrote:


>>>>> To do this we really just need some code for a  generic JMS client 
>>>>> that we can extend to handle the CocoonBean. 
>>>> Now, a generic JMS connection component is in the JMS block which 
>>>> may be all that's needed here.
>> No, what really needed is Cocoon MDB bean (and/or Cocoon stand alone 
>> Java JMS listener) which instantiates and invokes CocoonBean, in the 
>> same way as CocoonServlet does (or will be).
> So by standalone you just mean a jms client which is not a component?

Under "stand-alone Java application" I usually mean a counterpart to the 
"J2EE application" -- i.e., an application which is not running under 
J2EE server but starting from the command line.

And yes, it not need to be a component, unless you want to host all this 
inside some phoenix :)

> Welcome back,


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