docs | 3 Jan 11:47 2005
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[Cocoon Wiki] Updated: Schema2CocoonForms

   Date: 2005-01-03T02:47:30
   Editor: NielsVanKampenhout
   Wiki: Cocoon Wiki
   Page: Schema2CocoonForms
   URL: http://wiki.apache.org/cocoon/Schema2CocoonForms

   New version of the XSLs with support for repeaters

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 = Generating a form from an XML schema =

-A returning question on the cocoon user list is "Can I generate a Cocoon Form from an XML schema?". At Hippo
(http://www.hippo.nl), we have built several websites that make use of this concept. I have put together
a small example that demonstrates transforming an XML schema into a Cocoon Forms definition, template
and binding using three similar XSLs: attachment:schema2form.zip.
+A returning question on the cocoon user list is "Can I generate a Cocoon Form from an XML schema?". At Hippo
(http://www.hippo.nl), we have built several websites that make use of this concept. I have put together
a small example that demonstrates transforming an XML schema into a Cocoon Forms definition, template
and binding using three similar XSLs: attachment:schema2form_v2.zip.

 The XSLs in this example were actually one of my firsts attempts at XSL/Schema/Cocoon, so they are not
examples of very good programming. In addition, they can only transform schemas of a certain, very simple
and restricted structure. These XSLs should be considered as a proof of concept, rather than an example of
how it should be done.

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docs | 3 Jan 16:12 2005
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[Cocoon Wiki] Updated: CocoonUserGroupBoston

   Date: 2005-01-03T07:12:57
   Editor: TomGreen
   Wiki: Cocoon Wiki
   Page: CocoonUserGroupBoston
   URL: http://wiki.apache.org/cocoon/CocoonUserGroupBoston

   no comment

Change Log:

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  * StephenNg -- Lumigent Systems
  * StefanoMazzocchi -- MIT
  * SethGottlieb -- Optaros
+ * TomGreen -- CAST

 
 == Notes ==

docs | 3 Jan 20:10 2005
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[Cocoon Wiki] Updated: StavrosKounis

   Date: 2005-01-03T11:10:55
   Editor: StavrosKounis
   Wiki: Cocoon Wiki
   Page: StavrosKounis
   URL: http://wiki.apache.org/cocoon/StavrosKounis

   no comment

Change Log:

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 [http://xopus.com/ Xopus] [[BR]]
 [http://blog.bitflux.ch/archive/bxe-1-0-0-released.html BXE]

-= Other wiki interesting pages =
+= Other interesting wiki pages =

 [http://wiki.apache.org/cocoon/OJBWithJDO]

docs | 5 Jan 23:24 2005
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[Cocoon Wiki] Updated: CocoonPerformance

   Date: 2005-01-05T14:24:59
   Editor: MerrimanJon
   Wiki: Cocoon Wiki
   Page: CocoonPerformance
   URL: http://wiki.apache.org/cocoon/CocoonPerformance

   no comment

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  * Using FOP or Batik is more memory consuming.
  * Switch off reloading of flowscripts in cocoon.xconf, under {{{//flow-interpreters/component-instance[[ <at> name='javascript']}}}

-Aditional notes: When setting JDK memory remember that JVMs on most systems can only use upto 1800Meg  (see
[http://www.theserverside.com/discussions/thread.jsp?thread_id=19442]) I think sun systems can
handle upto 4 gig, I'm not sure about all the 64 bit systems that are cropping up. 
+ * Upgrading to Java 5 and Tomcat 5.5 may result in a smaller memory footprint (approximately 25%) and
noticeable performance gains. 
+
+Additional notes: When setting JDK memory remember that JVMs on most systems can only use upto 1800Meg 
(see [http://www.theserverside.com/discussions/thread.jsp?thread_id=19442]) I think sun
systems can handle upto 4 gig, I'm not sure about all the 64 bit systems that are cropping up. 

 Another important change to configuration in the '''cocoon.xconf'''. It is related to
[http://marc.theaimsgroup.com/?l=xml-cocoon-users&m=107666537511906&w=2 use-persistent-cache]:

docs | 6 Jan 14:29 2005
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[Cocoon Wiki] Updated: SpecificDatabaseConnection

   Date: 2005-01-06T05:29:41
   Editor: AlexanderZirl
   Wiki: Cocoon Wiki
   Page: SpecificDatabaseConnection
   URL: http://wiki.apache.org/cocoon/SpecificDatabaseConnection

   no comment

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  *  [:MySQL]
  *  [:Oracle] 
  *  [:PostgreSQL]
+ *  [:PervasiveSQL]

 == Reader's comments ==
 ''As these pages all contain a lot of common information, I think we should 'refactor' them in a common
explanations pages and database-specific configuration files examples. Any volunteers?'' -- BertrandDelacretaz[[BR]]

docs | 6 Jan 14:45 2005
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[Cocoon Wiki] New: PervasiveSQL

   Date: 2005-01-06T05:45:12
   Editor: AlexanderZirl
   Wiki: Cocoon Wiki
   Page: PervasiveSQL
   URL: http://wiki.apache.org/cocoon/PervasiveSQL

   no comment

New Page:

= Connection to postgreSQL =
This document explains the specific aspect of connecting Cocoon to a Pervasive SQL Database.[[BR]]
For a general explanation on database connection please refer to the
[http://xml.apache.org/cocoon/developing/datasources.html official documentation ].
== Downloading the jdbc drivers ==
The jdbc drivers are shipped with the normal Installation Setup. They can be found here: <install-dir>\Bin.[[BR]]
Drop the pvjdbc2.jar file either in $COCOON_HOME/web-inf/lib or $TOMCAT_HOME/common/lib/. I did not
need to bother about the pvjdbc2x.jar

== Setting Web.xml ==
In the $Cocoon_Home/WEB-INF/ directory you will find the web.xml file. Open it and look for this rows {{{
<init-param>
  <param-name>load-class</param-name> 
    <param-value>
<!-- 
 For IBM WebSphere:
        com.ibm.servlet.classloader.Handler ..-->}}}
here you have to add the following line:
{{{
<!--  For Pervasive SQL:   --> 
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docs | 6 Jan 19:30 2005
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[Cocoon Wiki] Updated: CocoonUserGroupBoston

   Date: 2005-01-06T10:30:52
   Editor: DanielLaFlamme
   Wiki: Cocoon Wiki
   Page: CocoonUserGroupBoston
   URL: http://wiki.apache.org/cocoon/CocoonUserGroupBoston

   no comment

Change Log:

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  * StefanoMazzocchi -- MIT
  * SethGottlieb -- Optaros
  * TomGreen -- CAST
+ * DanielLaFlamme -- UMass Amherst

 
 == Notes ==

docs | 7 Jan 11:17 2005
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[Cocoon Wiki] Updated: Upayavira

   Date: 2005-01-07T02:17:33
   Editor: 213.48.13.39
   Wiki: Cocoon Wiki
   Page: Upayavira
   URL: http://wiki.apache.org/cocoon/Upayavira

   no comment

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 It can be split into two parts, Upaya (skilful means) and Vira (hero). The best way to describe
pronunciation is to say that Upaya rhymes with 'Papaya', and Vira rhymes with 'Clearer'. Some day I may
record a WAV file and attach it here. To answer one previous question - I don't have a surname, just a name.

+(simple test change)
+
 Upayavira
 21 May 2003

docs | 7 Jan 11:52 2005
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[Cocoon Wiki] Updated: Upayavira

   Date: 2005-01-07T02:52:42
   Editor: 213.48.13.39
   Wiki: Cocoon Wiki
   Page: Upayavira
   URL: http://wiki.apache.org/cocoon/Upayavira

   no comment

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 It can be split into two parts, Upaya (skilful means) and Vira (hero). The best way to describe
pronunciation is to say that Upaya rhymes with 'Papaya', and Vira rhymes with 'Clearer'. Some day I may
record a WAV file and attach it here. To answer one previous question - I don't have a surname, just a name.

-(simple test change)
-
 Upayavira
 21 May 2003

docs | 7 Jan 11:53 2005
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[Cocoon Wiki] Updated: Upayavira

   Date: 2005-01-07T02:53:16
   Editor: 213.48.13.39
   Wiki: Cocoon Wiki
   Page: Upayavira
   URL: http://wiki.apache.org/cocoon/Upayavira

   no comment

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 <at>  <at>  -10,6 +10,7  <at>  <at> 

 It can be split into two parts, Upaya (skilful means) and Vira (hero). The best way to describe
pronunciation is to say that Upaya rhymes with 'Papaya', and Vira rhymes with 'Clearer'. Some day I may
record a WAV file and attach it here. To answer one previous question - I don't have a surname, just a name.

+(another small test change)
 Upayavira
 21 May 2003


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