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From Antonio Gallardo Rivera <agalla...@agsoftware.dnsalias.com>
Subject Re: HOW TO DEVELOP....
Date Fri, 04 Oct 2002 16:16:34 GMT
You can place almost every file when you want.

There are some standards place for some files that depend of what version are 
you using. Please check the samples/tutorial is a good intro.

Antonio Gallardo

El Jueves, 03 de Octubre de 2002 11:04, Mauro Daniel Ardolino escribió:
> Hi!  I'm developing my first application with Cocoon.  I want to confirm
> that what I am doing is correct.
>
> This is my project structure:
>
> MyFirstProject
> \src
> \docs
> \web
>  sitemap.xmap
>  welcome.html
>  \WEB-INF
>   cocoon.xconf
>   logkit.xconf
>   web.xml
>   \lib
>    \*.jar  (including all the cocoon's jar files that comes with cocoon2)
>   \classes
>
> The *.xconf and *.xmap files are the same that cocoon brings with some
> changes (e.g. changes to the pipelines).
>
> Am I doing right?
> Do I have always to put the .jar files in web/WEB-INF/lib (or links to
> them)?
> Do I have to write a pipeline to access to "welcome.html"?
>
> Thanks in advance.
>
> -- Mauro

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