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From Stan Hughes <coc...@hwm-usa.com>
Subject newbie to Cocoon2 - What happened to Action/ActionHandler
Date Mon, 15 Oct 2001 04:08:50 GMT
Tomcat4.0-1
Cocoon-2.0rc1a
Apache 1.3.22

I have apache on port 80. Tomcat is installed and operating as expected 
on 8080.  So, to get to Cocoon pages I use  "localhost:8080/cocoon/..." 
(which also works fine).

My question is, in Cocoon1 you could have mod_jserv.so with a 
complimenting Action/ActionHandler in the httpd.conf file such that xml 
docs were processed using a URL such as "localhost/simple.xml", i.e. you 
did not have to use "localhost:8080/simple.xml". Is this still possible 
with Cocoon2? If so, how? I have mod_webapp.so, but I'm not to sure what 
to do for the Action/ActionHandler pair...

Thanks for any help....

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Stan Hughes
cocoon@hwm-usa.com

Quick to judge, quick to anger, slow to understand;
Ignorance, fear, and prejudice all walk hand in hand.
- Neil Peart



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