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From Wendy Bossons <wboss...@MIT.EDU>
Subject Re: Use Case for Cocoon with JSF?
Date Thu, 17 Dec 2009 14:34:44 GMT
I take it no one can come up with a use case for Cocoon with JSF. . .  
so I will consider my rewrite as a new JSF application, without  
Cocoon. That seems to make the most sense.



..\Wendy


Wendy Bossons
Web Developer

Contact Information:
wbossons@mit.edu
617-253-0770






On Dec 14, 2009, at 11:11 AM, Wendy Bossons wrote:

> Hello,
>
> I am new to Cocoon . . . however, the project on which I'm now  
> working is Cocoon based and has a significant code base . . . I  
> would like to create a JSF frontend to this application, have been  
> given the go ahead to do so.
>
> As I begin, however, I'm finding only older resources on the web  
> regarding integrating JSF and Cocoon (circa 2004) . . . and in the  
> end, these end up back in the Cocoon pipeline as XML/XSL  
> transformations. So I'm wondering what's the use case for  
> integrating the two? My initial hope was to simplify the user  
> interface and to take advantage of the many features of some  
> extended JSF framework like IceFaces.
>
> Can someone speak to this idea ... what is the use case(s) for  
> moving to JSF if it all ends up in an XSL transformation in Cocoon?
> Wendy Bossons
> Web Developer
>
> Contact Information:
> wbossons@mit.edu
> 617-253-0770
>
>
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