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From "Vadim Gritsenko" <>
Subject RE: Serving static XML files a la Cocoon-1
Date Mon, 22 Apr 2002 12:54:48 GMT
> From: Peter Flynn []
> I finally got Cocoon running (scrapped everything, installed
> the Tomcat 4.0.4-b2-01-LE-jdk14 and went on from there and it
> worked fine).
> Initially I need urgently to get back to the stage I was at
> before with Cocoon 1, serving from XML files with XSLT stylesheets
> outputting HTML.
> However, Cocoon2 now being separate from my regular port-80 Apache
> server won't recognise XML files or process them even though they
> contain the <?cocoon-process type="xslt"?> Processing Instruction.

This instruction is not working anymore.

> The "documentation" does not mention this method of working. Has it
> been scrapped?


> All I can see are predefined conversions in the
> sitemaps: that won't work at all, as the whole objective is to
> server the texts direct from arbitrary XML files, just like Cocoon-1
> did.
> Anyone got a pointer?

Read concept docs and sitemap docs on Cocoon site. Sitemap is the only
way to tell Cocoon what it needs to do. You should spend some time to
get it - once you get it, chances are, you will love it.


> ///Peter

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