cocoon-users mailing list archives

Site index · List index
Message view « Date » · « Thread »
Top « Date » · « Thread »
From Mauro Daniel Ardolino <>
Subject Re: XMLForms and Java (repost)
Date Mon, 04 Nov 2002 17:41:39 GMT
> I'm sending this questions again because I'm still looking the answers.
oops...looking "FOR" the answers.

> Thanks a lot and sorry for the repost.
> Mauro
> ---------- Forwarded message ----------
> Date: Fri, 1 Nov 2002 12:42:40 -0300 (ARST)
> From: Mauro Daniel Ardolino <>
> Reply-To:
> To:
> Subject: XMLForms and Java
> Hi! I've never used XMLForms, but now I'm writting an application that can
> have or not a web interface.  I mean that I need to contemplate at least 2
> types of clients: e.g. swing guis and web browsers.
> So I wrote all the application in Java.  When I need to create a html page
> I only ask the objects to show themselves as xml and then in a servlet
> apply a TRAX transformation against a xsl file.
> Now I want to give some flow logic to the application and I think that
> struts or cocoon are a good way to do it.  I red that XMLForms is Struts
> based.
> Following the idea of having not web clients, I still need to create some
> classes to represent the screens or pages and their buttons, fields, and
> so on.
> So the instances of this classes have to answer to messages like
> "asXMLForm".  The difference between the XMLForm example and my
> application is that the XMLForm is not a static xml, it must be created on
> the fly.
> I don't know if this approach will take me much time or not (what do you
> think?).
> On the other hand: to use XMLForm I have to use cocoon (true or
> false?).  If so: how can I tell cocoon to generate a "xmlform" asking
> it to a class.  Is there a stream generator?  If so, please tell me how to
> use it.
> Well, sorry for so many questions.  I'm trying to decide what would be the
> best choice.
> Thanks in advance.
> -- Mauro

Ing.Mauro Daniel Ardolino
Departamento de Desarrollo y Servicios
Billinghurst 1599 - Piso 9
C1425DTE - Capital Federal
Tel/Fax: 4821-3376 / 4822-8759

Please check that your question  has not already been answered in the
FAQ before posting.     <>

To unsubscribe, e-mail:     <>
For additional commands, e-mail:   <>

View raw message