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From "Antonio Gallardo" <agalla...@agsoftware.dnsalias.com>
Subject Re: cocoon-session management.
Date Fri, 20 Dec 2002 10:31:46 GMT
Hi Kishore:

I am using XSP. I am using the CVS 2.1 version of Cocoon that have a
better authentication framework.
The special thing I did was write a the <xsp-session:getxml> tag that
works as described in:

http://xml.apache.org/cocoon/developing/webapps/authentication.html

I understand you have a diferent problem. Since I am using just one huge
servlet called cocoon.

Antonio Gallardo.

Kishore dijo:
> Mr. Antonio Gallardo :
>                                          You said you were using an
> application that is 100% cocoon based and that seems to preserve
> sessions.
>                  Now, could you let me know, if your content generators
> are
> servlets as is the case with me or JSP or XSPs. Also, whether you did
> something specially to be able to implement session management in your
> application.
>
> regards
> nanda kishore.
>
>
>
>
>
>
>
>> SAXESS - Hussayn Dabbous dijo:
>> > cocoon basically does not preserve session state in
>> > subrequests.
>> ? I dont think soo. I have currently running an application 100%
>> Cocoon based that works with the authentication framework. And it
>> looks like the sessions are preserved.
>>
>> Can you explain more why you told that?
>>
>> Antonio Gallardo
>>
>> >
>> > i'm currently working together with another developer on a
>> > general solution. We are investigating severeal approaches.
>> >
>> > Currently we are looking at the idea to add another
>> > protocol to cocoon, or enhance the http protocol. There
>> > was the idea to enhance the new webproxy generator, but
>> > we want to check out first, if the protocol enhancement
>> > would do a better job here. It may be a more general
>> > approach...
>> >
>> > I made some basic tests and things work fine. I expect to
>> > write some preliminary results tonight or tomorrow.
>> >
>> > As i see multiple requests on this theme i get convinced
>> > there is severe need for this feature.
>> >
>> > I want to inform you, that this enhancement is a commercially
>> > triggered work. The participants in the project are beeing
>> > payed for their work but the results are kept open source...
>> >
>> > I'd like to see more projects of this kind. So also individual
>> programmers could can benefit ...
>> >
>> > regards, hussayn
>> >
>> > Kishore wrote:
>> >> Hi all,
>> >>                I am using cocoon to apply XSL transformation
>> >> on XML files generated by my 'SERVLETS'. So, cocoon
>> >> intercepts the client request, calls the proper application
>> servlet, then applies xsl mapping on the servlet's output and
>> returns the result  as a html file.
>> >>                 Now, the problem I am facing is, this way I am
>> unable
>> >> to
>> >> maintain sessions among my servlet's clients. Each new request
>> coming to  my servlet is creating a session afresh because it's not
>> the client  directly, but cocoon that's making a request for my
>> servlets.
>> >>                Has anybody  faced this problem or know the
>> solution?
>> >> Pl.
>> >> let me know ASAP.
>> >>
>> >> regards
>> >> nanda kishore.
>> >
>> >
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