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From dirk.osterk...@lynx.de
Subject Re: Forms handling with cocoon
Date Fri, 29 Jun 2001 08:01:14 GMT




Thanks for replys. We think about it!


Viele Gruesse
Best Regards

Dirk Osterkamp

Lynx-forw@rd GmbH, Johanniskirchplatz 6, D-33615 Bielefeld, Germany
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I think Cocoon is pretty much up to the job. w3c already has the business
form definition language part done for you (I think it's called XFDL).
You'd make a great service to the community by creating the XSLT framework
for using XFDL to present, and client-side-validate business forms. And
open-sourcing it... *grin* I know I'd use it right now if I had it.

Sergio


On Thu, 28 Jun 2001 17:58:54 +0200
dirk.osterkamp@lynx.de wrote:

>
>
> I'm new to cocoon and have the following question:
> Is cocoon the right tool to server the presentation layer of a business
> applikation which deals with a lot of forms of business oriented data
which
> is provided by ejb's from a web app server like jboss or weblogic.
> We have the forms for order processing, masterdata handling etc. We need
a
> lot of input fields, field checking against dynamic data, changing
> navigation between pages.
>
> We are very impressed of handling of content with xml like cocoon does so
> it could be rendered in different designs on different devices(browsers,
> pda's, wap). But is it for this kind of apps ore more for contents like
> publishing, news, multimedia?
> Are there projects which are using it for apps in the described area?
>
>
> Viele Gruesse
> Best Regards
>
> Dirk Osterkamp
>
> Lynx-forw@rd GmbH, Johanniskirchplatz 6, D-33615 Bielefeld, Germany
> Tel. +49 (521) 5247-0, Fax.+49 (521) 5247-280, Mobile +49 (171) 7437992
> E-Mail: dirk.osterkamp@lynx.de, Corporate Infos and Job Offers:
> http://www.lynx.de
>
>
>
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