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From Bruno Melloni <br...@melloni.com>
Subject Re: Win98, cocoon, class not found
Date Wed, 01 Mar 2000 18:21:24 GMT
Pardon my ignorance, but I'm very new to cocoon.  What is SAX?  Is it a
part of cocoon, xalan or xerces, or is it an alternative to one of
them.  I don't remember installing anything by that name on my Linux
setup, and that one worked.

bruno

Jeff Maury wrote:

>
>
> Bruno Melloni wrote:
>
>> I am not sure I get your point.  cocoon, xerces and xalan are all in
>> the classpath.  What class do you think might be missing?
>
> What's about the SAX files ?
>
> Jeff
>
>
>>
>>
>> bruno
>>
>> Jeff Maury wrote:
>>
>> >
>> >
>> > Bruno Melloni wrote:
>> >
>> >>  I think I might have found a bug in the Win98 implementation,
>> >>  although I
>> >>  hope I'm proven wrong.  I say this because I had no problem
>> >>  setting up
>> >>  this configuration on a Linux box (although with versions of the
>> >>  software that were 1-2 weeks older, but that shouldn't be
>> >>  relevant).
>> >>
>> >>  I am using Win98, JDK 1.2.2, JSDK 2.0, Apache 1.3.12, JServe 1.1,
>> >>  Cocoon
>> >>  1.7, Xerces 1.0.2, Xalan 0.19.5.
>> >>
>> >>  I have setup all the pieces in the configuration and properties
>> >>  files as
>> >>  I did with Linux (with appropriate changes for DOS paths) and
>> >>  attempted
>> >>  to access http://localhost/Cocoon.xml.  Cocoon has clearly begun
>> >>  loading
>> >>  (obviously from the cocoon.jar) but generated an error screen
>> >>  saying
>> >>  that it can't find the
>> >>  org.apache.cocoon.transformer.XalanTransformer
>> >>  class, which after checking I found in the cocoon.jar itself!!!
>> >>
>> >>  I am clearly having some sort of classpath problem, although I
>> >>  have the
>> >>  proper wrapper.classpath statements for cocoon, xerces and xalan
>> >>  in
>> >>  jserv.properties.  Any ideas?
>> >
>> > In JDK 1.2.x, having a class in the classpath is not enougth, you
>> > also must have all classes used  by this class in the classpath,
>> > otherwise, the class can not load.
>> > Here is an example
>> >
>> > public class A
>> > {
>> >
>> >   private void oneMethod() {
>> >     B obj;
>> >   }
>> > }
>> >
>> > If class B is not in the class path, even if the oneMethod is not
>> > called, the A class cannot be loaded. This was not true in JDK 1.1,
>> > an exception would be thrown when the method will be called but the
>> > class can be loaded.
>> >
>> > Best regards
>> > Jeff
>> >
>> >
>> >>
>> >>
>> >>  bruno
>> >>
>> >>
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