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From Dirk Reiss <d.re...@tu-bs.de>
Subject Cocoon/Servlet/JSP and same session-object
Date Fri, 22 Nov 2002 01:18:39 GMT
Hello,

our problem is to integrate some JSPs who are *controlled* by a servlet with 
cocoon. Integrate in our sense means that the servlet which in some way 
invokes the JSPs runs in the same context so that cocoon and the servlet/JSPs 
share the same session-object to communicate over it.

Just reading the JSP via jsp-reader works fine and we can exchange information 
over the session-object, but we assume that the servlet still runs within 
another context and the JSPs are still read by cocoons jsp-reader, but the 
only session-object we can access seems to be the servlets one.

How can we make that *control-servlet* run within the same context as cocoon 
so that informationexchange in the described way is possible? 
Whats the correct position to declare this? web.xml? sitemap?

Thanks in advance,
Dirk


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