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From d...@cocoon.apache.org
Subject [Cocoon Wiki] Updated: WindowsTomcatCocoonInstallation
Date Sat, 05 Mar 2005 16:41:13 GMT
   Date: 2005-03-05T08:41:13
   Editor: BertrandDelacretaz
   Wiki: Cocoon Wiki
   Page: WindowsTomcatCocoonInstallation
   URL: http://wiki.apache.org/cocoon/WindowsTomcatCocoonInstallation

   point to NoServletContainerRequired

Change Log:

------------------------------------------------------------------------------
@@ -1,3 +1,5 @@
+'''Warning''': many pages on this wiki imply that a servlet container must be installed before
running Cocoon, this is '''wrong''' - see NoServletContainerRequired. A basic installation
of Cocoon for test or development purposes can be ''very simple''.
+
 Tomcat 5.0.18/Cocoon 2.1.3 on Windows 2000 with j2sdk1.4.2_01
 
 ''(courtesy of Jim Bloggs)''
@@ -31,42 +33,42 @@
 
       {{{c:\jakarta-tomcat-5.0.18}}}
 
-      {{{Consider this: You can tell Winzip will create a subdirectory by looking at the
value in the path column 
+      {{{Consider this: You can tell Winzip will create a subdirectory by looking at the
value in the path column 
 on the right hand side.}}}
 
 3. ''Do this:'' '''Set''' the ''JAVA_HOME'' and ''CATALINA_HOME'' environment variables.
 
       Right-click {{{My Computer > Properties > Advanced > Environment variables...
> System Variable pane, New... etc.}}}
 
-      {{{
-        JAVA_HOME
-          c:\j2sdk1.4.2_01
-        CATALINA_HOME
-          c:\jakarta-tomcat-5.0.18
+      {{{
+        JAVA_HOME
+          c:\j2sdk1.4.2_01
+        CATALINA_HOME
+          c:\jakarta-tomcat-5.0.18
 }}} 
 
-      {{{Consider this: Environment variables can also be set in a DOS box using DOS commands,
but in that case, 
+      {{{Consider this: Environment variables can also be set in a DOS box using DOS commands,
but in that case, 
 they are only meaningful within and for the lifetime of that DOS box.}}}
 
 4. ''Do this:'' '''Test''' the server by running the batch file provided.
 
       {{{c:\jakarta-tomcat\bin\startup.bat}}}
 
-      {{{Consider this: This is only one way of running the server. A better way is to install
it as a Windows 
+      {{{Consider this: This is only one way of running the server. A better way is to install
it as a Windows 
 service.}}}
 
 5. ''Do this:'' '''View''' the default installation screen. The screen should be available
when you see the message[[BR]] ''INFO:Server startup in <nnnnn>ms'', by visiting:
 
       {{{http://localhost:8080/}}}
 
-      {{{Consider this: Tomcat listens on port 8080 by default. Apache listens on port 80
by default. Browsers 
+      {{{Consider this: Tomcat listens on port 8080 by default. Apache listens on port 80
by default. Browsers 
 normally hit on port 80 unless told otherwise.}}}
 
 6. ''Do this:'' '''Stop''' the server by running the batch file provided.
 
       {{{c:\jakarta-tomcat\bin\shutdown.bat}}}
 
-      {{{Consider this: Because the batch file appears to hang, you will need to run this
batch file from another
+      {{{Consider this: Because the batch file appears to hang, you will need to run this
batch file from another
 DOS window.}}}
 
 7. ''Do this:'' '''Install''' Tomcat as a Windows service by running the batch file provided.
@@ -97,22 +99,22 @@
 
       {{{build}}}
 
-      {{{Consider this: During this time there will be many disturbing warning messages.
You can see other build 
-options by doing 
+      {{{Consider this: During this time there will be many disturbing warning messages.
You can see other build 
+options by doing 
 build -projecthelp}}}
 
 12. ''Do this:'' '''Test''' Cocoon in the Jetty Servlet container.
 
       {{{cocoon servlet}}}
 
-      {{{Consider this: Jetty is provided with Cocoon so that it can be tested independently
of a separately 
+      {{{Consider this: Jetty is provided with Cocoon so that it can be tested independently
of a separately 
 installed servlet container such as Tomcat.}}}
 
 13. ''Do this:'' '''View''' the Cocoon default installation screen here:
 
       {{{http://localhost:8888/}}}
 
-      {{{Consider this: Jetty listens on port 8888, but in a moment, we will configure Cocoon
to run with Tomcat 
+      {{{Consider this: Jetty listens on port 8888, but in a moment, we will configure Cocoon
to run with Tomcat 
 on port 8080.}}}
 
 14. ''Do this:'' '''Stop''' the Jetty server.
@@ -125,7 +127,7 @@
 
       {{{copy c:\cocoon-2.1.3\lib\endorsed\xalan.2.5.2.jar c:\jakarta-tomcat-5.0.18\common\endorsed\}}}
 
-      {{{Consider this: The docs suggested copying over xercesXXX.jar and xml-apis.jar, but
I omitted to because 
+      {{{Consider this: The docs suggested copying over xercesXXX.jar and xml-apis.jar, but
I omitted to because 
 the versions that came with Tomcat were dated after those shipping with Cocoon.}}}
 ;:''This is changed with the latest release of Cocoon 2.1.4, so please check for yourself''
-HvdL
 
@@ -133,8 +135,8 @@
 
       {{{xcopy c:\cocoon-2.1.3\build\webapp c:\jakarta-tomcat-5.0.18\webapps\cocoon /D /S
/V /I /F}}}
 
-      {{{Consider this: Alternatively, using Windows explorer, drag and drop the webapp folder
into the webapps
-folder whilst holding down the <ctrl> key. Then select the ''webapp'' folder, hit F2,

+      {{{Consider this: Alternatively, using Windows explorer, drag and drop the webapp folder
into the webapps
+folder whilst holding down the <ctrl> key. Then select the ''webapp'' folder, hit F2,

 and rename it ''cocoon''.}}}
 
 17. ''Do this:'' '''Restart''' Tomcat from the services window:
@@ -147,18 +149,18 @@
 
       {{{http://localhost:8080/cocoon/}}}
 
-      {{{Consider this: The first time you run Cocoon, it will take some time to compile.
You can create a more lean 
-and mean Cocoon by creating and editing the files 
-local.build.properties 
-and 
+      {{{Consider this: The first time you run Cocoon, it will take some time to compile.
You can create a more lean 
+and mean Cocoon by creating and editing the files 
+local.build.properties 
+and 
 local.blocks.properties.}}}
 
 19. ''Do this:'' '''Delete''' the source if you desire to save space and keep things tidy.
 
       {{{rd /S c:\cocoon-2.1.3}}}
 
-      {{{Consider this: If you choose to keep the source and rebuild Cocoon later, you will
have to clear out 
-the build directory by doing 
+      {{{Consider this: If you choose to keep the source and rebuild Cocoon later, you will
have to clear out 
+the build directory by doing 
 build clean}}}
 
 

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