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From stev...@outerthought.org
Subject [WIKI-UPDATE] CocoonCompetenceCenter BeginnerSimpleWebappTutorial BeginnerSWTutorial_01 Tue Feb 4 10:00:05 2003
Date Tue, 04 Feb 2003 09:00:05 GMT
Page: http://wiki.cocoondev.org/Wiki.jsp?page=CocoonCompetenceCenter, version: 13 on Tue Feb
 4 08:58:39 2003 by Dabbous

- [setup cocoon in 15 minutes|beginnerInstallation]\\
+ [setup cocoon in 15 minutes|beginnerInstallation] (cookbook)\\
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- [setup a cocoon application in 1 day|beginnerSimpleWebappTutorial]
+ [setup a cocoon application in 1 day|beginnerSimpleWebappTutorial] (tutorial under construction)
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- [setup tomcat in 15 minutes(unix)|beginnerInstallTomcatUnix]\\
+ [setup tomcat in 15 minutes(unix)|beginnerInstallTomcatUnix] (cookbook)\\
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- [setup tomcat in 15 minutes(windows)|beginnerInstallTomcatWindows]\\
+ [setup tomcat in 15 minutes(windows)|beginnerInstallTomcatWindows] (cookbook)\\
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Page: http://wiki.cocoondev.org/Wiki.jsp?page=BeginnerSimpleWebappTutorial, version: 5 on
Tue Feb  4 08:53:03 2003 by Dabbous

- !!The use case
+ You may now proceed to the [Tutorial|BeginnerSWTutorial_01] ...
+ ----
- We need to serve a hierarchically structured website.
- The website contains only one sort of documents. These
- documents are all written in XML notation using the
- same XSCHEMA (or DTD). Every page shall show where in the
- hierarchie the current document is laying, which documents
- are available in the same hierarchical depths and which #
- documents refer directly to the current document as 
- "child documents". The whole website shall be separated
- into subhirarchies containing different languages.
- The layout and most of the used graphical material
- shall be kept in one common place and used all over the
- site.
- 
- The whole application shall be easy maintainable, 
- expandable and scalable. Special care shall
- be taken, that page layout can be modified with as 
- little effort as possible. It shall further be
- possible to directly use XHTML fragments within the
- documentation. The editors may use any convenient 
- XML editor for their authoring work.
- 
- This "Pflichtenheft" (fixme) is complex enough to
- be of certain interest, but not too complex so that
- we can show you the nuts and bolts in detail.
- 
- Let's start the tutorial.
- 
- !! I. About the heart of cocoon "sitemap.xconf" 
- 
- The sitemap is the place where you specify, what 
- Cocoon shall do when a particular URL has been typed 
- in from a Webbrowser. 
- 
- !submounting 
- 
- {{{
- <!-- Basic Website pipeline -->
- <map:pipeline>
- 
-   <!-- 
-   <map:match pattern="">
-     <map:redirect-to session="false" uri="en/index.page"/>
-   </map:match>
- 
-   <map:match pattern="en">
-     <map:redirect-to session="false" uri="en/index.page"/>
-   </map:match>
- 
-   <map:match pattern="en/">
-     <map:redirect-to session="false" uri="en/index.page"/>
-   </map:match>
- 
-   <map:match pattern="*/**">
-     <map:mount check-reload="yes" 
-                reload-method="synchron" 
-                src="{1}/" 
-                uri-prefix="{1}"/>
-   </map:match>
- 
- </map:pipeline>
- }}}
- 


Page: http://wiki.cocoondev.org/Wiki.jsp?page=BeginnerSWTutorial_01, version: 1 on Tue Feb
 4 08:57:17 2003 by Dabbous

New page created:
+ !!Creating a simple Webapplication (Tutorial, part I)
+ - TARGET-AUDIENCE: __*beginner*__ advanced expert\\
+ - COCOON-RELEASES: __2.0.3__, __2.0.4__\\
+ - DOCUMENT-STATUS: __*draft*__ reviewed released\\
+ !!! NOTE: Im currently working on this tutorial. Please don't use.
+ ----
+ !!The use case
+ 
+ We need to serve a hierarchically structured website.
+ The website contains only one sort of documents. These
+ documents are all written in XML notation using the
+ same XSCHEMA (or DTD). Every page shall show where in the
+ hierarchie the current document is laying, which documents
+ are available in the same hierarchical depths and which #
+ documents refer directly to the current document as 
+ "child documents". The whole website shall be separated
+ into subhirarchies containing different languages.
+ The layout and most of the used graphical material
+ shall be kept in one common place and used all over the
+ site.
+ 
+ The whole application shall be easy maintainable, 
+ expandable and scalable. Special care shall
+ be taken, that page layout can be modified with as 
+ little effort as possible. It shall further be
+ possible to directly use XHTML fragments within the
+ documentation. The editors may use any convenient 
+ XML editor for their authoring work.
+ 
+ This "Pflichtenheft" (fixme) is complex enough to
+ be of certain interest, but not too complex so that
+ we can show you the nuts and bolts in detail.
+ 
+ 
+ !! I. About the heart of cocoon "sitemap.xconf" 
+ 
+ The sitemap is the place where you specify, what 
+ Cocoon shall do when a particular URL has been typed 
+ in from a Webbrowser. 
+ 
+ !submounting 
+ 
+ {{{
+ <!-- Basic Website pipeline -->
+ <map:pipeline>
+ 
+   <!-- 
+   <map:match pattern="">
+     <map:redirect-to session="false" uri="en/index.page"/>
+   </map:match>
+ 
+   <map:match pattern="en">
+     <map:redirect-to session="false" uri="en/index.page"/>
+   </map:match>
+ 
+   <map:match pattern="en/">
+     <map:redirect-to session="false" uri="en/index.page"/>
+   </map:match>
+ 
+   <map:match pattern="*/**">
+     <map:mount check-reload="yes" 
+                reload-method="synchron" 
+                src="{1}/" 
+                uri-prefix="{1}"/>
+   </map:match>
+ 
+ </map:pipeline>
+ }}}
+ ----
+ ! page metadata
+ - AUTHOR: Hussayn Dabbous\\
+ - AUTHOR-CONTACT: [hussayn.dabbous@saxess.com|mailto:hussayn.dabbous@saxess.com]\\
+ - REVIEWED-BY: \\
+ - REVIEWER-CONTACT:\\
+ 



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