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From d...@cocoon.apache.org
Subject [Cocoon Wiki] Updated: Getting Started with Cocoon and Hibernate
Date Fri, 29 Oct 2004 06:55:40 GMT
   Date: 2004-10-28T23:55:39
   Editor: DerekLastname <dhohls@csir.co.za>
   Wiki: Cocoon Wiki
   Page: Getting Started with Cocoon and Hibernate
   URL: http://wiki.apache.org/cocoon/Getting Started with Cocoon and Hibernate

   draft 2

Change Log:

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-= Getting Started with Cocoon and Hibernate =
 
-
-== Why would you want to do this?  ==
+= Why would you want to do this?  =
 
 ''brief outline of the benefits of using Hibernate''
 
 
-== What must you know before you start? ==
+= What must you know before you start? =
 
 ''outline skills and depth of knowledge required''
 
 ''outline skills and depth of knowledge that would be useful''
 
+----
 
-== What software is required ? ==
+= What software is required ? =
 
 It is assumed that you have already downloaded, compiled and deployed the latest version
of Cocoon.  In addition you will need the software listed below.
 
-=== Hibernate ===
+== Hibernate ==
 
+----
 
-== What other software is also useful? ==
+= What other software is also useful? =
 
-=== System X ===
+== System X ==
 
 System X is useful because .... It can be obtained from [http://www]
 
-=== System Y ===
+== System Y ==
 
 System Y is useful because .... It can be obtained from [http://www]
 
-=== System Z ===
+== System Z ==
 
 System Z  is useful because .... It can be obtained from [http://www]
 
+----
 
-== How to Install and Configure ==
+= How to Install and Configure the Software =
 
-Hibernate itself can be deployed according to the installation procedure found at [http://www.hibernate.org/].
 
+Hibernate can be deployed according to the installation procedure found at [http://www.hibernate.org/].
 After this you will need to...
 
 Other installation procedures needed before getting started are ...
 
+----
 
-== Baby Sits: A Really Simple Table ==
+= Baby Sits: A Really Simple Table =
 
-=== Objective ===
+== Objective ==
 
 The objective of this part is to allow a user to perform an ACID (add/create/insert/delete)
operation on a single table.  The table, while simple, contains a range of data types that
will demonstrate how data is formatted in the front end (by Cocoon) and handled on the back
end (by Hibernate).  In addition ...
 
-=== Step 1: Do this ===
+== Step 1: Do this ==
 
-=== Step 2: Do this ===
+== Step 2: Do this ==
 
-=== Step 3: Do this ===
+== Step 3: Do this ==
 
-=== Troubleshooting ===
+== Troubleshooting ==
 
+----
 
-== Baby Crawls: Working with Mutiple Tables ==
+= Baby Crawls: Working with Mutiple Tables =
 
-=== Objective ===
+== Objective ==
 
 The objective of this part is to allow a user to perform an ACID (add/create/insert/delete)
operation on multiple tables in a single operation.  
 
-=== Step 1: Do this ===
+== Step 1: Do this ==
 
-=== Step 2: Do this ===
+== Step 2: Do this ==
 
-=== Step 3: Do this ===
+== Step 3: Do this ==
 
-=== Troubleshooting ===
+== Troubleshooting ==
 
+----
 
-== Baby Stands: Working with Master-Child Tables ==
+= Baby Stands: Working with Master-Child Tables =
 
-=== Objective ===
+== Objective ==
 
 The objective of this part is to allow a user to perform an ACID (add/create/insert/delete)
operation on related tables in a single operation.  The "child" table is linked to the "master"
table via a common key.  This will demonstrate how rows of data can displayed and updated
at the same time.
 
-=== Step 1: Do this ===
-
-=== Step 2: Do this ===
+== Step 1: Do this ==
 
-=== Step 3: Do this ===
+== Step 2: Do this ==
 
-=== Troubleshooting ===
+== Step 3: Do this ==
 
+== Troubleshooting ==
 
+----
 
-== Baby Stumbles: Adding Logic for Data Pre- and Post- Processing ==
+= Baby Stumbles: Adding Logic for Data Pre- and Post- Processing =
 
-=== Objective ===
+== Objective ==
 
 The objective of this part is to show how data passed to and from Hibernate can be evaluated
and/or processed in order to apply appropriate business logic.
 
-=== Step 1: Do this ===
+== Step 1: Do this ==
 
-=== Step 2: Do this ===
+== Step 2: Do this ==
 
-=== Step 3: Do this ===
+== Step 3: Do this ==
 
-=== Troubleshooting ===
+== Troubleshooting ==
 
+----
 
+= Baby Walks: Next Steps to Take =
 
-== Baby Walks: Next Steps to Take ==
+== Performance Tuning and Optimum Configuration ==
 
-=== Performance Tuning and Optimum Configuration ===
-
-=== Rich Application Interface ===
+== Rich Application Interface ==
 
 The adoption of a RAI such Laszlo ([http://www.laszlosystems.com/]) will enable you to create
a graphically-rich front-end for your web application.  Please refer to ["Getting Started
with Cocoon and Hibernate and Laszlo"].
 
-=== Item ===
-
-=== Item ===
+== Item ==
 
+== Item ==
 
+----
 
-== References ==
+= References =
 
-=== Essential Books and Articles ===
+== Essential Books and Articles ==
 
-=== Other Wiki Pages ===
+== Other Wiki Pages ==
 
-=== Related Reading ===
+== Related Reading ==
 
   * [URL] Article name
   * [URL] Article name
   * [URL] Article name
 
 
-== Downloads ==
+= Downloads =
 
 The following files can be downloaded:
 

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