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From Steven Maring <>
Subject RE: cocoon + application servers
Date Sun, 09 Jan 2000 11:32:28 GMT
Well, you're really dealing with two completely different concepts, business
logic and presentation.  I have used Cocoon and the Jonas OpenSource EJB
Server together quite successfully.  I'm sure Weblogic is the same concept,
you just pay a hell of a lot more for it. ;-)  I plugged my bean clients
into Servlets, and had the Servlets call Cocoon to do the XSL processing on
the XML I got from my EJB.  So your Servlets act as the EJB client and the
presentation.  And if you need to merge XML you just put a reference to an
external entity in the XML you got from the EJB.  This is much faster than
loading the two DOMS and merging them together.

I'm sure there are a few other methods for what you want as well.

I am still disgustingly astounded at how incredibly fast Cocoon is.  Loading
up a complete DOM and passing it to an XSL processor API in the traditional
manner is REALLY slow.

Many thanks to the ingenious developers. :-)

Good luck.

-----Original Message-----
From: Robert Cadena []
Sent: Saturday, January 08, 2000 4:23 PM
To: Cocoon Users
Subject: cocoon + application servers


i was wondering if anybody could share their experiences on using cocoon and
an application server like weblogic.  i'd appreciate your comments,
thoughts, or opinions on how this could or has been done.


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