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From Stephan Michels <>
Subject Re: Using Slide with Cocoon 2
Date Mon, 21 Oct 2002 10:57:02 GMT

On Mon, 21 Oct 2002, Jeremy Quinn wrote:

> On Monday, Oct 21, 2002, at 09:26 Europe/London, Stephan Michels wrote:
> Thanks for your reply, Stephan.
> >
> > On Thu, 17 Oct 2002, Jeremy Quinn wrote:
> >
> >> We will be using Cocoon2 with SQL and XML Files, I would like there to
> >> be WebDAV access to the XML files, so they can be edited using an App
> >> like XMLMind.
> >>
> >> What is the best way to set up Cocoon, so that the files that Cocoon
> >> serves, can safely be edited via WebDAV?
> >
> > You should write your own Slide Store to access your repository
> I think we only need a File-based repository ATM, so this is already
> written, correct?


> >
> >> A few weeks ago I saw a document that described a set up for putting
> >> Cocoon inside Slide, but now cannot find it!
> >
> > xml-cocoon2/src/scratchpad/webapp/samples/slide
> I cannot get this to work.
> Attempting to login throws Exceptions, I wrote to you privately about
> this on Saturday. Thanks for your subsequent reply.

Yes, it seems there has some things changed.

> FYI. The sample web.xml file is out of sync with the current main
> web.xml, and tries to use WEB-INF/Domain.xml, I believe this should be:
> /samples/slide/slide.xconf (but then I still cannot access it with a
> WebDAV client ;). I did manage to get Slide working standalone, just
> not your samples from inside Cocoon.

If you plan to run the Cocoon Servlet and the Slide WebDAV Servlet
in one Servlet Container, you could share org.apache.slide.common.Domain
instance, which holds all repositories. So you must not initialize the
Domain twice.

> I had several emails from people who wanted to use Slide in Cocoon, but
> could not get it working, it would be great to sort out these problems
> so people can use this powerful stuff!

The problem is that I'm in the exams. So my time limited, until mid next

> >> Is it wise to use Cocoon's FileGenerator to read files managed by
> >> Slide?
> >> Is there a better way of doing it?
> >
> > Yes, by using the Slide SourceFactory(slide://)
> OK, so once you start to use Slide for storage, even though it may only
> be File storage, you _always_ need to access the files via the
> 'slide://' protocol, rather than the 'file://' protocol, correct?


> >> How do you take advantage of Slide's versioning capabilities?
> >
> > The SlideSource implements a primitive access to the versions of
> > the files.
> Is it useable?

Yes, but not all tested.

Stephan Michels.

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