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From "Patrick Heiden" <>
Subject Re: Help with Cocoon and Spring
Date Tue, 11 Mar 2008 08:49:28 GMT

> > But in addition to my concerns about a final
> deployable war of my webapp,
> > what should I do to deactivate jetty and rcl within my
> production-environment (wich is going to
> > be Tomcat). This has  of course security reasons and should keep my war
> as small as possible. Is
> > this the point, where maven running-modes come into play? Are there
> archetypes to set up such an
> > project-hierarchy, maybe including the src/test -setup as well? If those
> solutions already exists
> > I suggest to extend your video and put them right there!
> It's a job of webapp (created from webapp archetype) to assemble final,
> production-ready WAR package
> that is clean of RCL dependencies, Jetty dependencies, etc. So apart from
> creating webapp and
> declaring dependencies on your blocks you don't have to do anything more.
> The rest belongs to us and
> Maven.
> As I promised, I'll try to officially this video shortly.

Great! Your answer also wiped out my tangled thoughts about packaging final wars. Maybe you
could explain one more thing to me: What is actually achieved by the following statement within
a blocks file


Thank you very much,
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