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From "Vadim Gritsenko" <>
Subject RE: Minimal Requirements
Date Sun, 24 Mar 2002 03:07:09 GMT
> From: Peter Davis [] On Behalf Of Peter Davis
(by way
> I'm trying to build a site using cocoon, but for my production system
I don't
> want any of the examples cluttering up my disk or the site.  I don't
need any
> SQL, XSL:FO, SVG, any of the demo sites, or even HTML output, and so
I'd like
> to be able to remove all of those things from cocoon.xconf and
> as well as remove the uncessecessary .jars from the lib/ directory.
> Does anyone know of a sample Cocoon config that is absolutely the bare
> minimum for generating XML with JSP and transforming with XSLT
> transformers?  I'm trying to strip out
> the extra pieces from my configs one by one, but its a long and
> process because there seem to be hidden dependencies all over the
place.  I'm
> hoping someone has already done this and could help me out. 

Doing this all the time ;)

Here is the way (assuming you have source distribution):

1. build clean
2. remove all JAR files you do not need from the lib/optional (consult
installing/jars.xml document on the disk or on the site)
3. remove all pipelines from the sitemap.xmap, leave one map:pipeline
with at least map:generate, map:transform (optional), map:serialize. You
may want to have one pipeline with the map:read also for static
4. remove all unneeded components from the sitemap.xmap
5. visit cocoon.xconf, check may be you do not need something there also
(say, XSP language or certain XSP logicsheets)
6. build -Dinclude.webapp.libs=yes webapp

Here it is, Cocoon webapp as you want it.


> Thanks!
> --
> Peter Davis

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