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From d...@cocoon.apache.org
Subject [Cocoon Wiki] Updated: WebDAVCMS
Date Mon, 18 Oct 2004 10:41:53 GMT
   Date: 2004-10-18T03:41:53
   Editor: DerekLastname <dhohls@csir.co.za>
   Wiki: Cocoon Wiki
   Page: WebDAVCMS
   URL: http://wiki.apache.org/cocoon/WebDAVCMS

   Added ref to Tomcat as a WebDAV server.

Change Log:

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 This tutorial shows you how to build a complete CMS without writing a single line of Java
code.
 It builds on the samples of the WebDAV block. Just go to http://localhost:8888/samples/webdav/
 
-You see that the samples consist of 5 steps where each step builds on the previous one. Each
step contains a sitemap with a global variable named <staging>. To WebDAV enable the
samples you first need to setup a WebDAV server of your choice. The Apache Web server with
the mod_dav module is very easy to setup. Just follow WebDAVmod_dav instructions.
+You see that the samples consist of 5 steps where each step builds on the previous one. Each
step contains a sitemap with a global variable named <staging>. To WebDAV enable the
samples you first need to setup a WebDAV server of your choice. The Apache Web server with
the mod_dav module is very easy to setup. Just follow WebDAVmod_dav instructions.  Alternatively,
Tomcat offers WebDAV (http://localhost:8080/webdav/index.html) and is simpler to setup.
 
 After setting up your WebDAV server just copy the complete "webdav" directory from Cocoon's
"sample" directory to your WebDAV server. To do this you can use your favorite WebDAV explorer
such as Windows Explorer or Nautilus. Then adjust the <staging> variable of each sitemap
to point to the corresponding folder on your WebDAV server. From this point on the content
on your WebDAV server is used by the samples.
 

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