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From Gunther Sablon <Gunther.Sab...@luciad.com>
Subject Re: multiple projects in single forrest instance
Date Mon, 20 Aug 2007 07:58:51 GMT
Hi all,

 > Those of us who run multiple Forrest sites on the same server tend to 
host them in static environments.
For the record: we are running multiple sites as individual webapps in 
Tomcat  in a dynamic way.
I don't know a solution to run multiple sites as a single webapp.

Best regards,
Gunther


Ross Gardler wrote:
> llamar burgess wrote:
>> Ok. For now i need a working solution rather quick, so it seems i 
>> have to go for the 3 seperate cocoon instances.
>> I have a feeling this might cause trouble, so maybe I will move this 
>> to the dev-list later.
>> I just hoped that this feature would have already been implemented 
>> when i read this:
>> http://mail-archives.apache.org/mod_mbox/forrest-dev/200508.mbox/%3C42EF99C6.4000106@peppersauce.org%3E

>
>
> You have clearly done your "homework" - thanks for reviving that thread.
>
>> And i still think it would be a valueable feature.
>
> Well, as you see from the above thread, we also think it is a valuable 
> feature. However, none of the existing devs have an urgent need for 
> it. Those of us who run multiple Forrest sites on the same server tend 
> to host them in static environments.
>
> That being said, there has been work towards this goal. It's more of a 
> side effect of other work (specifically the locationmap and the 
> dispatcher). In theory this is all possible now, with minimal changes 
> to core. In practice someone needs to actually try it out (and of 
> course iron out any wrinkles that might remain).
>
> When you have the time we'd welcome you on the dev list where we can 
> guide you through the process. Having a test case like yours is the 
> first step to building the final solution.
>
> Ross
>
>

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