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From Donald Ball <>
Subject Re: odd behavior
Date Mon, 17 Jan 2000 07:58:13 GMT
On Sat, 15 Jan 2000, 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?

+1. it should just print an error in the logs an don the status page, but
make a good faith effort to solider on. this is the way the apache web
server works; it's very nice for those of us who have to maintain
production web services.

- donald

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