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Subject DO NOT REPLY [Bug 34044] - Exception during the running of a pipeline
Date Wed, 16 Mar 2005 19:40:16 GMT
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------- Additional Comments From kaiyup@optiosoftware.com  2005-03-16 20:40 -------
Created an attachment (id=14499)
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The test case to duplicate the problem

The attached zip file contains the test case the problem I found.  The zip file
includes all the jar file that is necessary to run the batch file
(cocoontest.bat).  All the cocoon needed jars need to be included in the class
path since I can't attach a big zip file here.	The cocoontest.jar is my test
case jar.  Unjar it, you will see the source files.  There are two Cocoon
processes, using the sitemap.xmap in cocoon1 and cocoon2 directory,
respectively.  Each one of them includes a simple pipeline.  In the first one,
the generator is the file generator and the serializer is that one I wrote that
simply calls the second pipeline in cocoon2 at the endDocument method.	The
second pipeline has a file generator and xml serializer.


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