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Subject DO NOT REPLY [Bug 27249] - You cannot lookup components on a disposed ComponentLocator exception
Date Sat, 28 Feb 2004 11:21:40 GMT
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You cannot lookup components on a disposed ComponentLocator exception

bdelacretaz@codeconsult.ch changed:

           What    |Removed                     |Added
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            Version|2.1.3                       |Current CVS 2.0



------- Additional Comments From bdelacretaz@codeconsult.ch  2004-02-28 11:21 -------
I've been able to reproduce the problem with the current CVS version.

Did not happen when committing a minimal sitemap (request generator + xml
serializer), I had to take the exact same application tree that ran under
cocoon-2.1rc2-dev in my app.

Here's the scenario, I'll attach the logs if someone wants to analyze them:

1. empty all logs, set all logs to DEBUG
2. start Cocoon, make a request (with pass1=true so it can be found in the
logs), request processed ok
3. make some change to the sitemap (in XML comments)
4. request with pass2=true, ok
5. commit sitemap changes to my CVS
6. request with pass3=true, get disposed ComponentLocator exception
7. add one space to sitemap after <?xml...?> to cause it to reload
8. request with pass4=true, ok

So the problem exists in the current CVS. It's no big deal as such but probably
hides something else.

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