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From Yahoo <>
Subject Re: [jira] [Closed] (COCOON3-129) Create an example to send a mail via cocoon
Date Mon, 10 Mar 2014 07:27:13 GMT
Hello Thorsten,

I now looked deeper in the two cocoon applications.
The Fop-config problem ist solved because the normal Fopserializer 
allows userconfig.
If I stil lneed the FOPNGSerializer I will see.
Concerning my mail problem you offered the SendMailPipeServiceI. I now 
try to use pipelines for the attachements. Maybe I will come back with 
some configuration questions.

Am 09.03.2014 09:47, schrieb Yahoo:
> Hello Thorsten,
> it lasted a long time to bring my wicket appliication up to the latest 
> wicket,
> spring,hibernate,appfuse,hibernate lucene text search,automatic 
> creation of the database from bean annotation by dbunit. I succeeded 
> to include hibernate in cocoon.
> Now I get back to the specialities of my cocoon applications.
> Concerning the Fop serializer: i I used the FOPNGSerializer
> and fop-config.xml to include englischeschjoit.ttf.
> The second speciality is the reason I used a SendMailTransformer
> getting the Mail Text from a cocoon pipeline and also the attachement.
> At the moment I don't see how I could achieve this.
> The other possibility you mentioned to look for is the node.js 
> environment, where there is a hype at the moment.
> But here I have no exoerience and I don't know with what to start to 
> achieve the above mentioned functionality. Especially by what to 
> replace Hibernate.
> Am 24.07.2013 22:17, schrieb Thorsten Scherler:
>> offered the MailOn 07/24/2013 05:30 PM, Piratenvisier wrote:
>> ...
>>>> Because I am not able to install the whole application because of
>>>> this error.
>>>>>> But I see a strong tendenca to a programmed pipeline and I found
>>>>>> myself even without cocoon on this way.
>>>>> see the pipeline example you can use cocoon-pipeline in you normal
>>>>> spring webapp (without cocoon servlet).
>>> I got a programmed fop-pipeline running. Under wicket you have to
>>> grant access to the stylesheets
>>> und let wicket give you the full href.
>> Actually you can call a java cocoon pipeline from wicket to do the job
>> for you. ;)
>> ...but seriously there are many fish in the sea and I myself ATM are
>> experiencing node.js which is really rapid in terms of development
>> especially if your gui is using json. Our company has create a framework
>> called rapidMobile where I am ATM testing to serve the static html5 part
>> with creating a node.js server around it, instead of using c3 as we did
>> before.  While playing around I found it pretty easy to create basic
>> REST services for node and do some REST services that prior had been in
>> cocoon (maybe re-factored to go into node).
>> What I am trying to say is that cocoon is the best in what it is
>> designed for: being a lib capable of use x input formats and serialize
>> to n output formats. The whole idea for myself is best expressed in
>> Apache Forrest and they concept of input, internal and output modules.
>> Where everything is drilled down to an internal language so it easy to
>> create various input and output formats.
>>>>>>> However that seems pretty much as the sample block.
>>>>>>> Try just to start cocoon-rest-optional and do mvn clean install
>>>>>>> jetty:run
>>>>>>> I just added a small sample (I consider it quite clean) to use
>>>>>>> pipeline in your java code.
>>>>>> How should i call the Restcontroller from the browser and what
>>>>>> result should I see ?
>>>>> cd ../cocoon-rest-optional #assuming you were in samples before
>>>>> mvn clean install jetty:run
>>>>> http://localhost:8888/
>>>>> There are three different showcases, the last two ones are mail
>>>>> samples. Where "Here comes the response from server..." stands we
>>>>> will wait the response. I implement the whole thing with html5 and a
>>>>> bit of javascript to post to the server and update the response div
>>>>> with the server response. In case you have success it will read:
>>>>> "Result: true" while the request is processed you see "Processing
>>>>> request...". In case of result: false check the logs in
>>>>> ./target/work/cocoon.log
>>>>> salu2
>>> I got your example running, thank you
>>> I aknowledge that cocoon is again getting interesting.
>> yeah :)
>> salu2

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