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From Bert Van Kets <b...@visitronics.be>
Subject Re: cocoon web application
Date Fri, 12 Apr 2002 13:46:46 GMT
The easiest way is to copy the cocoon.war file to yourapp.war, start tomcat 
and test it by going to localhost:8080/yourapp
Then you can delete every directory in the yourapp directory, except for 
the WEB-INF directory.  Edit the sitemap and delete every action, resource, 
view and pipeline you don't need.  Leave at least 1 pipeline containing a 
generator and a serialiser.
Add a docs directory and a stylesheet directory and start adding your files 
and pipelines.

Keep the cocoon.war file since you will need to access the cocoon 
documentation often!

Good luck,
Bert
At 16:22 12/04/2002 +0300, you wrote:
>hi!
>i want to develop an web application based on cocoon technology. can anyone
>tell me which is the basic structure of such an application?
>i want to locate the application under other dir than
>tomcat/webapps/cocoon/my_application and i want to access with something
>like localhost:8080/my_application.
>what files do i have to modify and how ?
>i different sollutions but it didn't work. i used tomcat 4.0.1, cocoon
>2.0.2, jdk1.3.1 under win2000.
>
>tks
>
>
>
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