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From "Doug Serres" <>
Subject Re: odd behavior
Date Mon, 17 Jan 2000 17:45:11 GMT
1. There should be logging.
2. The logs should be clear enough to understand any problems encountered.
3. The logs should not be cluttered with unnecessary noise.
4. The user should be able to specify what events get logged. Using perhaps some kind
of mask or priority heirarchy.
5. The application should not fail _unless_ there is a critical error.

-- Doug

Michael Engelhart wrote:

> I just noticed that if you have a Producer listed in your
> file and the class associated with it is not in your classpath anymore,
> Cocoon stops the initialization process.  Shouldn' the behavior at least
> display a message to stdout or better yet display a message and then
> continue on with the initialization process so that Cocoon at least works
> for the remaining Producers/Processors?
> Mike

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