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From Mark Dzmura <>
Subject Cocoon-1.7 blowing up on xdocs/ tree
Date Thu, 09 Mar 2000 17:26:43 GMT
Dear Folks:

I have just upgraded a development box from Cocoon-1.5 to Cocoon-1.7.  I first found that
stricter  parsing required me to make some fixes to some .xsl files, then our old stuff
worked (except for the PDF's...)

Then I copied the "xdocs" tree under the htdocs/ directory of the main servlet zone and
tried to look at "http://localhost/xdocs"  This is what I get when Cocoon-1.7 tries to process
the file "index.xml" (or any other .xml file) in the "xdocs" directory.

Any ideas??  I don't think there are any configuration problems, and I am using the standard
out-of-the-box .jar's for all the processors, etc...

Mark Dzmura

    Cocoon 1 shows that Open-source software can define the state of the art...
    Cocoon 2 will rule the world!!


Cocoon 1.7

                                                            Error found handling the request.

                               at org.apache.xml.serialize.BaseMarkupSerializer.serialize(

                               at org.apache.cocoon.formatter.HTMLFormatter.format(
                               at org.apache.cocoon.Engine.handle(
                               at org.apache.cocoon.Cocoon.service(
                               at javax.servlet.http.HttpServlet.service(
                               at org.apache.jserv.JServConnection.processRequest(


On another point, I see that somebody has decided to go away from the clever Jar file usage
back to boring old tarballs... Personally, I prefer the GNU convention of actually creating
the top level, versioned directory as opposed to the heinous ZIP-file convention of just
dumping the stuff in the current directory.  In other words, the root of the tarball should

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