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- Session support is very important in designing and implementing Web applications
- Cocoon doesn’t take into consideration the Accept: HTTP header to determine MIME type the requesting browser accepts. Thus if the WAP device is not listed as a WAP device in Cocoon’s configuration files, Cocoon will assume it’s an HTML browser and send back HTML pages. The modification makes Cocoon behave in the correct way, even when the browser isn’t listed in the configuration file.
- Post-processing is not yet implemented
- All the changes to Cocoon mentioned above were posted on the Cocoon mailing list and appear in the “Patch Queue“ page at Cocoon’s Web site. The XHTML language and XSLT stylesheets are not yet posted.