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From "Jeremy Aston" <>
Subject RE: Can Cocoon work without Tomcat or Weblogic?
Date Thu, 11 Oct 2001 23:04:16 GMT
Hi Minwoo,

It depends on what your app server is.  Cocoon is a servlet based web app
and so needs a servlet engine to run from - hence the need for something
like weblogic or tomcat.  Any J2EE compliant servlet container should do

There is a class that can be called as an applications (ie. it has a main
function) however this would not really work as part of a dynamic web app.



-----Original Message-----
From: Minwoo Lee []
Sent: 11 October 2001 09:44
Subject: Can Cocoon work without Tomcat or Weblogic?


I need Cocoon2's functionality to transform xml to other formats using SAX
events and to manage contents with sitemap. But I want to run Cocoon in my
application server, NOT in Tomcat or Weblogic.

Can I use Cocoon without Tomcat or Weblogic?

Thanks in advance.

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