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From Geert Josten <>
Subject Re: Where's the best place to run code at Cocoon startup?
Date Fri, 14 Oct 2005 10:36:02 GMT
>> Another solution I use is to inherit the Cocoon servlet and override 
>> the standard servlet init method.
> Thanks for the suggestion.  I need to configure the component before use 
> so it makes sense to use the Avalon framework.
> Actually, doing this has given me the excuse I needed to explore the 
> murky world of the Avalon component manager.  I'm finding it tough going 
> though because there is little documentation to help with integrating a 
> component into Cocoon.  Until I started researching this I had no idea 
> of the history and conflict involved with Avalon.  I had heard of  
> 'Inversion of Control' (IoC) but little clue about what that meant.  Now 
> I've got images in my head of syringes injecting things into classes!

You probably already found out, but there are (at least) three stages to configure/init you

component. At 'creation' time, at configure time and at run time. I may be wrong as I didn't
into the depths of Avalon, but I believe what you are looking for is part of the Serviceable

interfaces. This adds a recycle and setup function..


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