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From Nick Chalko <>
Subject About ForrestCocoon was: Gump Thrashing/Spinning...
Date Thu, 25 Mar 2004 22:57:16 GMT
Forrest uses cocoon  (
Which is a servlet that does xml pipelines 
XML -> transform -> transform --> xml (or whatever) out.
Along with caching all kinds of other cool stuff.
That is what you get when you use the "forrest run"  command

Because many, many of our pages are never visited this might actually 
reduce the computational load.

So for us that means we run tomcat with a forrest install and then just 
push our xdocs to the right location.
When a users visits a page that the xml underneath has been updated the 
page will regenerate.

Adam Jack wrote:

>>> 1) use forrest as a dynamic application
>First, what do you mean by this, please? For those of us who don't know,
>could somebody elaborate?
>Second, I think it is forrest that is where we are getting stuck right now.
>Now sure why, but it is locking up. So, if we want forest, we have to figure
>out how to get inside that problem.
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