xml-general mailing list archives

Site index · List index
Message view « Date » · « Thread »
Top « Date » · « Thread »
From Dorchain Marc <m...@syborg.de>
Subject AW: How can I publish XML DocBook files to HTML using Cocoon (or Exet er)?
Date Wed, 03 May 2000 10:16:31 GMT
In the book 'Java and XML' by Brett McLaughlin in chapter 9 'Web publishing
Frameworks' is a good description of how to install cocoon and tomcat. You
can read this beta chapter at http://www.oreilly.com/catalog/javaxml/

>Hi All,
>I'm trying to publish my XML DocBook documents to my Intranet using the
>Exeter XML Web Server (a "distribution" containing Apache and Cocoon, see:
>http://www.xmls.com ). 

>I'm using Norman Walsh's DocBook XML and XSL files for a first test.
>Unfortunatley, Exeter (that is: Cocoon) seems to be unable to use Norman's
>XSL files for converting my XML/DocBook doc to HTML (that is perfectly
>reasonable: this is not a complain, of course).

>Does anybody can tell me how I can publish my XML DocBook files using
>Exeter/Cocoon and Norman's XML and XSL files?
>Anybody did try it before?
>Any known issue?
>Any other suggestion?

>Alessandro Bottoni (Alessandro.Bottoni@Think3.com)
>Web Programmer @ Think3 inc. (www.think3.com)
>I do not speak for think3 and they return the favour

View raw message