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From "Lincoln" <linc...@linc.net.au>
Subject Re: Cocoon2.1.3 forms example needed
Date Fri, 23 Jan 2004 10:23:32 GMT
Derek,

Actually Cocoon2.1.3 was a breeze, just installed and I was up at away!
However for 3days I followed all the books and on-line tutes I could find to
install Cocoon with Tomcat and JDK. I found no mention of Jetty buddled in
2.1.3 and just stumbled across the answer when I finally decided to blindly
install it 2.1.3 myself.

Linc


Lincoln Mitchell
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----- Original Message -----
From: "Derek Hohls" <DHohls@csir.co.za>
To: <users@cocoon.apache.org>
Sent: Friday, January 23, 2004 5:55 PM
Subject: Re: Cocoon2.1.3 forms example needed


> Linc
>
> A question on the side - I am only using Cocoon 2.1.3; but I
> did not find it at all hard to install and get running - may I ask
> what configuration you are have and which "problems" you
> bumped into?
>
> -> If you're feeling kind, you may want to write up your experience
> (hopefully with problems + solutions) and add it to the beginners
> section of the Wiki.
>
> Thanks
> Derek
>
> >>> lincoln@linc.net.au 2004/01/23 11:31:13 AM >>>
> Thanks for the tip Ugo, the woody sample "XML Binding - A form for
> just
> editing an XML file." in Cocoon2.1.3 works well.
> As a novice I spent days getting cocoon setup, is it complex to
> install
> "2.1.4-dev straight from CVS" does it come packaged with Jetty?
>
> Linc
>
>
>
> > Lincoln wrote:
> > > I am new to Cocoon/Jxforms and am trying to achieve a mini content
> > > management
> > > system where an admin user via the browser can edit simple web
> content
> > > stored in "content.xml" on the server. I believe I need to use
> Jxforms
> but
> > > maybe Forms or Xforms is best.
> >
> > There are currently three form frameworks in Cocoon:
> >
> > 1. XMLForms (deprecated)
> > 2. JXForms (unlikely to be further extended)
> > 3. Cocoon Forms (a.k.a. Woody)
> >
> > Woody is quite robust and rich with features, even though it is
> still
> > considered "alpha" quality and some specifications may change. If
> you're
> > just exploring and not committed to a particular release date, I
> would
> > suggest going with Woody and the most current version of Cocoon
> > 2.1.4-dev straight from CVS.
> >
> > Ugo
> >
> >
> >
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