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From java guru <javacoc...@yahoo.co.in>
Subject Re: XML messages
Date Fri, 31 Aug 2001 11:46:09 GMT
HI.,
  wow...did i hear that XML:DB support on
cocoon2?..where is it...that would be very helpful to
me..

Thanks

 --- "Piroumian, Konstantin" <KPiroumian@flagship.ru>
wrote: > I'm not agree with it.
> 
> Cocoon 2 has a very good thing such as Actions.
> Instead of developing a
> separate servlet for message receiving functionality
> you can just implement
> a set of actions that will handle message requests.
> You can implement any
> functionality that you need inside of your actions:
> sender validation, XML
> format validation, database update and much more of
> this.
> 
> I'd advise you to look at the C2 samples,
> especially: new XML:DB support,
> SOAP handling, Stream generator etc.
> 
> Btw, have you heard about the Jabber? It's an XML
> based messaging system.
> See: http://www.jabber.org and http://www.jabber.com
> 
> Regards,
>     Konstantin Piroumian
> 
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: "Bertrand Delacretaz"
> <bdelacretaz@codeconsult.ch>
> To: <cocoon-users@xml.apache.org>
> Sent: Friday, August 31, 2001 12:05 PM
> Subject: Re: XML messages
> 
> 
> Hi Federico,
> 
> I can't pretend to be a Cocoon expert, but IMHO the
> following operations are
> not very specific to what the Cocoon framework
> offers:
> 
> -receive messages (HTTP POST probably?)
> -validate the sender (against a database?)
> -validate the format (a parser with a DTD or schema
> will do it)
> -update the XML database
> 
> So I would tend to implement them separately in a
> servlet or web application
> environment, trying to write reusable business logic
> for these functions
> (straight java servlets, enhydra or EJB).
> 
> On the other hand, I would definitely use Cocoon for
> this:
> > offer to other clients using browser an overview
> of the database with
> > the current data formatted with XML/XSL technology
> 
> In summary I would consider the "receive messages"
> (=information production)
> and "browse data" (=information publishing)
> functions as separate
> subsystems,
> and I don't think Cocoon would help you much for the
> first one.
> 
> --
>  -- Bertrand Delacrétaz, www.codeconsult.ch
>  -- web technologies consultant - OO, Java, XML, C++
> 
> 
> 
> 
> 
> 
>
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Thanks and have great day
srini

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