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From "Morrison, John" <>
Subject FW: [TC 4] and [C2]
Date Thu, 30 Nov 2000 08:14:13 GMT

I'm forwarding the response I got from Giacomo re TC4 dev.  The solution
Giacomo outlines below does get C2 up and running on TC4 source.  However, I
do have a concern that most people who are considering using C2 will _not_
want to re-compile TC.  Why are TC using crimson as opposed to xerces?

Comments anybody?


-----Original Message-----
From: Giacomo Pati []
Sent: 29 November 2000 12:55 pm
To: Morrison, John
Subject: Re: [TC 4] and [C2]

Hi John

--- "Morrison, John" <> wrote:
> Hi,
> Sorry for email'ing you directly - I've sent several emails this
> morning and
> they do not appear to be being reflected in the list very quickly.


> There were two solutions sent this morning, one by yourself and one
> by Conny
> Krappatsch [].  While Conny's solution (remove
> crimson.jar)
> works OK (abet it looses the JSP functionality) yours returns a stack
> trace
> (this time from Cocoon).

Here's how I deploy those two products (TC4 and C2)

I have the sources downloaded from the cvs of TC4 and C2.

In the TC4 tree get all setup as explained in the README file.
Prior to issu the build command I do:

export JAXP_HOME=[C2]/lib
export JAXP_PARSER_JAR=xerces_1_2_1.jar * it's the one in [C2]/lib

now issue a ./

After building TC4 switch to the C2 tree. Issue a build command that
builds the war file including all lib necessary (AFAIR it's describbed
in the INSTALL file)

./ -Dinclude.webapp.libs=yes -Dinstall.war=[TC4]/webapps

Now start your TC4 and point your browser to

Does it show you the sample page now?



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