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From Bala Sadras <bsad...@xcare.net>
Subject RE: cocoon comparison with dom4j
Date Thu, 26 Jul 2001 18:03:58 GMT
Hi

 What is advantage of using a publishing framework like cocoon as opposed to
using xalan to transform xml to HTML?.  What are the pros and cons?  Thanks.

Bala

-----Original Message-----
From: Berin Loritsch [mailto:bloritsch@apache.org]
Sent: Thursday, July 26, 2001 10:47 AM
To: cocoon-users@xml.apache.org
Subject: Re: cocoon comparison with dom4j


Bala Sadras wrote:
> 
> Does cocoon support following features?
> 
> Support Java 2 Collections

Sure--its all in the JVM

> Convert to and from DOM trees

Yes--though for performance reasons I don't know why you would
want to.  We do it for small DOM fragments that we need to
reference later.

> Can implement DOM interfaces natively

What purpose does this support?

> Integrated XPath API support

This is part of Xalan

> Bundled XPath implementation

Same thing.

> Support for JAXP/TrAX for XSLT integration

Absolutely--it is at the core.

> Event based procerssing support

Absolutely this is the core feature of Cocoon 2

> Capable of processing continuous XML streams

Yes!

> Capable of processing massive documents

Yes!

> Your response is much appreciated.



Cocoon version 2.0+ is an incredible beast that does your little
laundry list and more.  But keep in mind Cocoon is a framework.
If you need a library's functionality, then include the library.
Cocoon is not a DOM implementation, it is not a Parser, it is
not an XPath API.  It USES those things, but Cocoon is a publishing
framework--pure and simple.
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