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From Enke Michael <Michael.E...@wincor-nixdorf.com>
Subject Re: Protecting your XSP Code.
Date Mon, 03 Sep 2001 14:58:18 GMT
I am also very interested in this topic.

Michael

Gerard Maas wrote:
> 
> Hi all,
> 
> I've a critical problem. We've been developing a product based on
> Cocoon1.8.x/XSP and Xforms for a while. Now, the time has come to
> deliver the first (beta) version to a potential customer for testing.
> Nevertheless, we're afraid of the delivery, as all our "knowledge" is
> encoded in the XSLT pages that produce XSP pages. We're using the Taglib
> paradigm, so we've: XML -> XSL -> XSP -> XSL -> HTML.  As you know, the
> first XSL contains the application code, while the second (last one) is
> the presentation layer.
> Delivering the first XSL will give them an open book of our code and
> techniques, making it very easy to plagiate.
> Knowing that Cocoon only needs to compile once the pages, is there a way
> I can make a "compiled" delivery, where I don't include the XSL and make
> my pages based on the .class files created in the repository?
> It's obvious that I've to clean up the .java from the repository as
> well.
> 
> Any ideas?
> 
> Thanks a lot!
> 
> Gerard.  (coming back to the list after a long break)
> 
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