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From Berin Loritsch <>
Subject Re: [C2] Can't get recent or latest 2.0 branch to run
Date Thu, 19 Jul 2001 18:33:27 GMT
Simeon Walker wrote:

>>Please check that you don't have any stale Cocoon library in
>>classpath or ext dir or somewhere else.
>>If this is not the case, please quote lines around line where exception occured from
>>your file. If this line have method call on request object, check
>>your from cocoon\environment\http package.
>  my j2re1.3/lib/ext dir is empty, I never use it. When the Cocoon cvs 
>moved I deletedeverything and did a new checkout, I haven't been able to 
>run it since. My JAVA_HOME is /usr/lib/j2sdk1.3 and I have no CLASSPATH 
>or other java related variables set in my shell.

I don't know what servlet ending you are using, but you might have to 
add this to your
web.xml file:

      This parameter tells cocoon to load all the required libraries into
      it's own classloader instead of trusting the Servlet Vendor's
      classloader.  If you experience strange classloader issues,
      try setting this parameter to "true".

>For this part of the error message:
>	at org.apache.cocoon.Cocoon.debug(
>	at org.apache.cocoon.Cocoon.process(
>The lines from are:
>382         msg.append("PROTOCOL:
>383            msg.append("SCHEME:
>384         msg.append("AUTH TYPE:
>386         // log all of the request parameters
>387         Enumeration e = request.getParameterNames();
>419    public boolean process(Environment environment)
>420    throws Exception {
>421        if (disposed) throw new IllegalStateException("You cannot process a
>Disposed Cocoon engine.");
>422        this.debug(environment, null, null);
>423        return this.sitemapManager.invoke(this.componentManager, environment,
>"", this.sitemapFileName,
>424                 this.checkSitemapReload, this.reloadSitemapAsynchron);
>425    }
>The org/apache/cocoon/environment/http/ file
>does define getAuthType:
>79    public String getAuthType() {
>80        return this.req.getAuthType();
>81    }
>How can I checkout a particular date from cvs? Maybe I
>can find out when it last worked.

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