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From Bert Van Kets <b...@visitronics.be>
Subject RE: Portal ArrayIndexOutOfBounds error
Date Wed, 20 Feb 2002 14:04:46 GMT
Hi Carsten,
I rebuilt Cocoon today (seem to do that several times each day lately :-)) 
after some updates were released on CVS and tested the Portal again. Is 
there any way I can get a version when I checkout a CVS version?

I am still having some problems with the portal though.  I am getting 
ArrayIndexOutOfBounds errors, specially when I logout and login again.  The 
last error I got was something completely different (to quote Mounty 
Pithon): a NullPointerException
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
type fatal
message Failed to execute pipeline.
description org.apache.cocoon.ProcessingException: Failed to execute 
pipeline.: java.lang.NullPointerException
sender org.apache.cocoon.servlet.CocoonServlet
source Cocoon servlet
request-uri
/cocoon/sunspotdemo-logout
path-info
sunspotdemo-logout

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
I did the following:
- log in with cocoon
- log out
- log in with guest
- go to customize
- change the foreground an background color
- save
- logout (then I got the error)

I'd like to give you more info.  Could you (or anybody else) tell me how to 
get the stacktrace?  I'm using Win2K, Tomcat 4.0.1 and JDK 1.3.1_02 with 
Cocoon 2.0.2-dev.

Another question.  Do you think the portal is up to VERY heavy loads?  We 
have a potential lead with 28.000 resellers who wishes to have a portal so 
that his resellers can give their customers pretty personalized info.  With 
some extra user login features the portal can be used for this (if it can 
take the load).  I will need another user level that uses a configuration 
from another user, but can't change the profile or change the presentation 
(hide, minimize or close) of the sunlets.  In other words: the public user 
would access the site as http://www.mydomain.com/public.html?user=username 
and get the presentation set up by user "username" without being able to 
change something to the page.  The buttons on the sunlet title bars are 
hidden and there is no login or logout.

What do you think?

Bert


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