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From Alexander Daniel <>
Subject Re: Protocols in Cocoon
Date Sun, 24 Feb 2008 18:48:48 GMT
On 24.02.2008, at 06:30, Mansour wrote:

> Is there a full documentation about all the protocols available in  
> Cocoon. I couldn't find any document on the Cocoon web site about  
> this subject. Protocols I am aware of:
> implicit.
> block:
> blockcontext:
> context:
> resource:
> servlet:
> cocoon:
> I don't know what is the difference between each of them. Where can  
> I get this info?

Unfortunately I am not aware of any full documentation of all the  
protocols. Some information can be found in the Cocoon Wiki [1].

The Cocoon 2.1.11 samples configure following protocols in  
cocoon.xconf: all JDK standard protocols (e.g. http), blob, cached,  
cocoon, context, coplet, empty, file, module, qdox, repository,  
resource, slide, upload, webdav, xmldb, xmodule, zip. Javadocs for  
most of these can be found at [2].

I assume that block, blockcontext and servlet were introduced with  
Cocoon 2.2.



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