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From "Morrison, John" <>
Subject RE: CocoonSerlvet Patch (init-classloader param)
Date Fri, 07 Jun 2002 07:49:55 GMT
> From: David Haraburda []
> On Thu, 2002-06-06 at 14:46, John Morrison wrote:
> > > ... Tomcat ...
> > > ... Tomcat ...
> > 
> > Unfortunately, not everyone can run such a well
> > behaved servlet engine.
> True, but being the reference implementation for both the Servlet and
> JSP specs, Cocoon shouldn't (for a long time anyway :-) have this sort
> of problem.
> > When Cocoon (2) was started most of the engines
> > *didn't* correctly implement classloaders.
> > 
> This is certainly understandable -- but I believe 
> non-standard behavior
> should be "off" by default, not on.


> If there are those out there still
> experiencing issues with classloaders (that they are sure are problems
> with Cocoon and/or servlet engines), I wouldn't mind hearing 
> about them,
> because I'd like to look into them (my motivation for trying to raise
> this issue in the first place)

The 'problem' I have atm is running the latest Cocoon (typically head)
against the 'divisional' standard of ServletExec 3.1.  It *does* work
with SE 4.x, but the upgrade has been denied due to the 'must re-QA
all the apps which are currently running...' issue :(

If you could fix it... I (and other's I'm sure :) would be
forever greatful :)


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