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From shai200 <shai...@gmail.com>
Subject Modifying web.xml / loading a class when application starts
Date Mon, 17 Mar 2008 21:29:49 GMT

Hello,

The following POM goal:

mvn cocoon:rcl

Implies that web.xml, applicationContext.xml, and the rest of the stuff in
webapp/WEB-INF is automatically generated by maven... But how do I
edit/modify them? Do I do it through the POM or is there some kind of way to
tell maven to use my own file?

My second question is - how do I define a particular class to load when the
web server loads, when I use the Jetty webapp container example from the
Cocoon2 getting started guides? Do I do this through web.xml or
applicationContext.xml, or perhaps by editing the POM file?

I am currently using Jetty in another project where this is defined in a
<listener> tag in the web.xml, but perhaps there is a different way to do
it?

Thanks,

Shai

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