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From Joerg Heinicke <joerg.heini...@gmx.de>
Subject Re: What is better: run JSP directly In Tomcat or in Cocoon
Date Sun, 08 Feb 2004 13:26:23 GMT
On 06.02.2004 13:32, Nadia BrĂ¼nning wrote:

> I have this comprehensive Question:
> 
> well if i need to use some JSPs, is it better to put them out of the cocoon
> servlet and let them run by Tomcat or is there no difference if they are
> served by the cocoon servlet ?

Hello Nadia,

if it is possible for you and you don't need the SAX events in Cocoon 
(e.g. for transforming them to different output formats) you should not 
let Cocoon process the JSPs. Though Cocoon does not process them itself 
(it gives them back to the servlet container) the integration seems not 
to be perfect. Regularly ServletExceptions are reported without deeper 
information why - a fix in the error handling in 2.1.4 mabye improves 
this. Furthermore jsp includes and forwards seem not to work when 
processing via Cocoon.

Joerg

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