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From Mike Engelhart <mengelh...@earthtrip.com>
Subject Re: sorry
Date Wed, 16 Feb 2000 17:58:45 GMT
Roman Seidl wrote:

> 
> the only thing im still thinking about is how to use some simmilar mechanism
> in a processor - as i dont want to put big amounts of buisness logic
> into a producer - id rather like to hide the buisness logic in a
> processor because then id have some kind of universal xml interface not
> bound to use servlet technology
> 
> i think ill have to implement a persistent session object for a
> processor myself - maybe there's someone else who would like this idea?
> 
> mfg
> Roman Seidl

If you don't want anything to rely on servlets than you'll have to create
your own session mechanism as Cocoon does not have any way to keep state.
But this begs me to ask why you're using Cocoon if you don't want to rely on
servlets?? Cocoon IS a servlet.

Mike


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