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From gelo1234 <gelo1...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: Cocoon 3.0 components
Date Thu, 20 Jun 2013 15:35:04 GMT
You meant Cocoon Spring Configurator Settings ?

Is it usable in spring config files only <beans>...</beans> or within
sitemap.xmap also ?
Can you show the example usage of that settings in sitemap.xmap ?
Where do I define the namespace prefix for that Interpreter ?

Greetings,
Greg


2013/6/20 Thorsten Scherler <scherler@gmail.com>

>  On 06/20/2013 03:42 PM, gelo1234 wrote:
>
>  Can you provide me with some simple example of that new language
> interpreter (module) ? :)
>
>
>
> http://svn.apache.org/viewvc/cocoon/cocoon3/trunk/cocoon-sitemap/src/main/java/org/apache/cocoon/sitemap/expression/SettingsInterpreter.java?diff_format=h&view=markup
> That is REALLY easy example, takes the spring defined settings and
> resolves its value. used in the sitemap like {global:org.apache.cocoon.mode}
>
> salu2
>
>
>  Greetings,
> Greg
>
>
>
>  2013/6/20 Thorsten Scherler <scherler@gmail.com>
>
>>   On 06/20/2013 03:02 PM, gelo1234 wrote:
>>
>>
>>    I've got Cocoon site that hosts multiple www domains, all based on
>>>> the same sitemap.xmap with <map:mount uri-prefix="" src="domain_X"
>>>> check-reload="yes"/>
>>>>
>>>> so the configuration is as follows:
>>>>
>>>> <map:pipeline>
>>>>               <map:select type="cutomDomainSelector">
>>>>                        <map:when test="domainA">
>>>>                             <map:mount uri-prefix="" src="./domaina"
>>>> check-reload="yes"/>
>>>>                        </map:when>
>>>>                        <map:when test="domainB">
>>>>                              <map:mount uri-prefix="" src="./domainb"
>>>> check-reload="yes"/>
>>>>                        </map:when>
>>>>                </map:select>
>>>> </map:pipeline>
>>>>
>>>> Is it still possible with C3 ? Or should I use some separate blocks
>>>> config ?
>>>> The problem with separate blocks config is that I want to use empty URI
>>>> (not different) for each site
>>>>
>>>> So
>>>> site1: http://www.domainA.org/
>>>> site2: http://www.domainB.org/
>>>>
>>>> NOT
>>>>
>>>> http://www.some.org/domainA/
>>>> http://www.some.org/domainB/
>>>>
>>>> under one C3 war (sitemap.xmap config).
>>>>
>>>
>>>  I'd suggest to empower some reverse proxy in order to make things
>>> easier here.
>>>
>>
>>  Reverse Proxy would give the opposite effect - collecting into one URL
>> from multiple domain servers. I would like to have
>>  only ONE backend server that serves as the origin for multiple domains.
>>
>>  With mod_jk/mod_proxy I can setup multiple workers for each domain but
>> where should I point them to serve my clients if having only one backend
>> server with C3 ?
>>
>>
>>  Lets say I have a separate Cocoon block for each www domain. In C2.1 I
>> had a MAIN sitemap.xmap (Controller) that controlled which context to mount
>> upon different Hostname requests.
>>
>> In C3 the only way I could achieve that is passing through with each
>> request INFO about Hostname value. That is not very elegant
>>  solution. But I cannot find any other.
>>
>>  So either every <map:match ...> would need additional <map:select ...>:
>>
>>   <!--  e.g. the main / context -->
>>
>>     <map:match pattern="">
>>         <map:select value="{jexl:cocoon.request.hostName}">
>>           <map:when equals="domainA">
>>             <map:generate src="files/domainA/homepage.xml" />
>>             <map:transform src="files/xslt/homepage.xslt"/>
>>             <map:serialize />
>>           </map:when>
>>           <map:when equals="domainB">
>>             <map:generate src="files/domainB/homepage.xml" />
>>             <map:transform src="files/xslt/homepage.xslt"/>
>>             <map:serialize />
>>           </map:when>
>>    </map:match>
>>
>>  OR (a little bit more elegant and compact):
>>
>> <map:match pattern="">
>>             <map:generate
>> src="files/{jexl:cocoon:request.hostName}/homepage.xml"/>
>>             <map:transform src="files/xslt/homepage.xslt"/>
>>             <map:serialize />
>>    </map:match>
>>
>>  I don't want to handle 100 VMs with C3 app for each www domain. That
>> would be very resource-expensive config.
>>
>> I would like to have only ONE C3 app for all www domains.
>>
>>
>>  so why not:
>>
>> <map:match pattern="">
>>             <map:generate
>> src="servlet:{jexl:cocoon:request.hostName}/homepage.xml"/>
>>              <map:transform src="files/xslt/homepage.xslt"/>
>>             <map:serialize />
>>    </map:match>
>>
>>  Or even simply create a new language interpreter (formally known as
>> module) which does the resolving. That has the benefit that you can use
>> full blown java and use spring config file to do the mapping or a simple
>> properties file.
>>
>> salu2
>>
>>
>>  Greetings,
>> Greg
>>
>>
>>
>>
>>
>> --
>> Thorsten Scherler <scherler.at.gmail.com>
>> codeBusters S.L. - web based systems
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>>
>>
>
>
> --
> Thorsten Scherler <scherler.at.gmail.com>
> codeBusters S.L. - web based systems
> <consulting, training and solutions>
> http://www.codebusters.es/
>
>

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