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From Piratenvisier <hansheinrichbr...@yahoo.de>
Subject Re: Spring properties placeholder (was Re: [jira] [Commented] (COCOON3-129) Create an example to send a mail via cocoon)
Date Sun, 28 Jul 2013 15:17:59 GMT
Thank you Thorsten,

after a lot of integration hazzle,
I decided to keep the cocoon sitemap out of the Wicket application,
only using in the application a programmed pipeline returning back 
wicket-conform Output.
At the moment I use a pipeline with a JAXBgenerator a Transformer and a 
FOPSerializer,
as one piossible PDF solution.
I will go on examining the other solutions Flyingsaurcer and Itext.
An Application with a real sitemap Servletsupport and RestControllers I 
will keep in an own
Cocoon application. I will separate the database part and share it 
between both worlds as I had it before
but could not upgrade because of cocoon.2.2.
I put now cocoon-sample and cocoon-rest-optional together, the only 
problem I have with
the TextResponse using

  <map:match pattern="**">
         <map:read src="{map:1}" />
       </map:match>

which breaks in cocoon-sample the SitemapBuilderTest.
How can I change the mapping part of this response to make the pattern 
not as general,
or maybe i put it in the error part.

My application has a third part which is an eclipse Application.
I also want to integrate this.
My feeling is that using maven here is not as easy.

Best regards
Heiner


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