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From java guru <javacoc...@yahoo.co.in>
Subject Re: Help... C2- How to dynamically create new pages without recompiling sitemap?
Date Tue, 03 Jul 2001 18:14:07 GMT
Hi.,
   If u see the cocoon2 sitemap. it has something like
patterns which map the user request to the actual
document to be published. And you can use wildcards in
the patterns to send the web pages dynamically to the
user. So i think the web page(or xsp or image) names
to be requested need not be tied in sitemap.

I am not sure if ur requirement is something else but
this way it should solve your problem. If u want to
serve the web pages of each owner by different url
patterns then you simply create separate patterns for
each owner but leave the actual document name(webpage)
to be requested by ther user to the wildcard stuff...

Hope this helps


 --- jesskung@brel.com wrote: > Dear Cocoon users
> 
> We are in the midst of implementing a publishing
> tool using Cocoon 2. We
> understand that in order to add a new web page into
> the system, we will
> need to update the sitemap file and recompile this.
> We may need to
> restart Tomcat as well in order for the system to
> recognise the new web
> page.
> 
> Please let me know if the above assumptions are
> correct. Perhaps we are
> using it wrongly.
> 
> However, we are building a system to allow the
> content owners to
> dynamically add new web pages. If the above
> conditions are true, and our
> system has about 10 content owners, must we restart
> Tomcat and recompile
> the sitemap each time the owners add new pages?
> 
> Please help... We are rushing to implement this
> system in 2 weeks time
> and really need all the help we can.
> 
> Your help is very very much appreciated.
> 
> Thanks a zillion in advanced!
> 
> Regards,
> Jessica
> 
> 
>
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