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From "Curt Smith" <smith...@dcor.state.ga.us>
Subject Re: MVC (Servlet-->JSP) to XSLT delegation example or framework?
Date Fri, 08 Jun 2001 18:33:26 GMT
The only page of description of Cocoon2 gives me the feel that this (like Struts) is
targeting HTML only.

The concept that there's multiple markup language clients that need to leverage
the same logic and content doesn't come through in the verbage or pictures.
[VXML, WML, HTML, ...]

Is there more that can help me on this.

I'm also needing to work with fairly stable and ready to start using framework. 
My development team are new to java and would need fairly good documentation.
;-(

Thanks,

curt

>>> Davanum Srinivas <dims@yahoo.com> 06/08/01 02:05PM >>>
Curt,

Look at C2 http://xml.apache.org/cocoon2. This is exactly what it does.

Thanks,
dims


--- Curt Smith <smithc04@dcor.state.ga.us> wrote:
> Greetings,
> 
> I'm needing to assemble a best of bread server side architecture to support multple
> client types (HTML, VXML, WML).
> 
> The appserver vendors have their wireless/mobile framworks that are a range of
> proprietary and not-well designed frameworks.   The Bluestone wireless framework
> is MVC at least.  But I'd prefer source with the framework since the controller Servlet
> usually needs custom domain specific code.
> 
> I'm looking for any subcomponent or whole parts of the framework that delagates
> from the View JSP to XSLT to form the final output stream.
> 
> How about an example of how a JSP delegates to Xalan.  There's a sample
> servlet but not how a JSP might delegate it's output to an XSLT input and the
> transformed output being sent to the http.response stream??
> 
> Thanks for any helps.
> 
> curt
> 
> 
> 
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