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From "Andreas Hartmann" <u...@cocooncenter.de>
Subject Re: How To Mount My WebApp (powered by cocoon)
Date Tue, 26 Feb 2002 16:36:11 GMT

Hi Kevin,


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On 26.02.2002 at 10:24 Kevin.Ross@bredex.com wrote:

>Another note: I'm very new to cocoon.  I felt that I should just mount a
>sub sitemap in the cocoon deployment (as you stated previously):
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>                  <map:match pattern="/bredex/**">
>                        <map:mount uri-prefix="/bredex" src="/bredex/"
>check-reload="yes"/>
>                  </map:match>
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>And then deploy my webApp war file as context /bredex.  This didn't really
>work out for me and I thought that I misconfigured C2.  Now that I think
>about it, I didn't use Tomcat4's deployment manager so the problem may lie
>there in that tomcat may not be able to find that deployed context????
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>More detail:
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>deploy cocoon.war
>deploy bredex.war (without cocoon resources inside)
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>bredex.war contains xsl/classes that generate xml (from xml-rpc) and I want
>to use C2 framework for processing
>

I guess you use a XML-RPC servlet?
Then you could configure your bredex/web.xml to map requests to this servlet
and access the servlet URI with a ServerPagesGenerator from your Cocoon
subsitemap. That's the only way I could imagine how it works.

Or did you write your own generator for XML-RPC?

Greetings,
Andreas

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>Hi Kevin,
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>>Hello Andreas,  I don't think I communicated what I want to do very
>>effectively.
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>>If I set a new Context in tomcat, that just sets up an alias/file mapping
>>(no knowlege of my classes, jars, and other resources)...I want to deploy
>>multiple application WAR files (without cocoon.war/jars inside) and deploy
>>one instance of cocoon(war) to support them all.
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>Could you explain this a little more in detail?
>For instance, I use a news and a forum WebApp that I access from
>Cocoon (something like <map:generate src=/news/{1}>) as XML sources.
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>Or do you want to mount subsitemaps in different directorys?
>That's no problem at all, just look at the sitemap documentation.
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>>Do I need to configure the dependency in web.xml?  Anyone have any
>>references they can point me to?  This is common right?
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>I must confess that I don't know exactly how this should work.
>How do you want to use your resources in Cocoon? Not as XML sources?
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>Greetings,
>Andreas
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>>On 25.02.2002 at 22:47 Andreas Hartmann wrote:
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>>>On 25.02.2002 at 15:20 Kevin.Ross@bredex.com wrote:
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>>>>Can someone point me to a document describing how to mount my own
>WebApps
>>>>(powered by cocoon).  I want to deploy several, but not under the cocoon
>>>>heirarchy.
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>>>Just add a context entry to your tomcat/server.xml file:
>>It's located at (tomcat-path)/conf/server.xml.
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>>>        <!-- Intranet Context -->
>>>        <Context path="/intranet" docBase="/intranet" debug="0"
>>>                 reloadable="true" crossContext="true"/>
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>>path="/intranet" means: every URI starting with /intranet
>>(e.g., http://localhost:8080/intranet/index.html is mapped to the Intranet
>>WebApp.
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>>docBase="/intranet" points to the file system path.
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>>Greetings,
>>Andreas
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