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From Jean-Marc Borer <jean-marc.bo...@infodesign.com>
Subject Servlet generator, help needed
Date Thu, 19 Jul 2001 15:21:31 GMT
Hello guys,

I am new to Cocoon, but not to web application development and XML. We
are currently evaluating Cocoon to see if it fits out needs. We develop
web applications based on servlets. In a MVC (model view controller)
model, we expect to use servlets as controllers, Cocoon for the view and
we have our own database layer for the model. Our servlets are
responsible to produce the XML (from information extracted of the
database) and tranmit it to the Cocoon pipeline for the rendition.
However our static pages will be written in XML and processed by Cocoon
in the usual way.
What is the best way to implement this? Subclass the ServletGenerator
class and build our owns?

Thanks in advance for any help. Cheers,


Jean-Marc Borer
Solution center Engineer
InfoDesign Communications

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