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From Nish Parikh <npar...@etrade.com>
Subject RE: Cannot open .xml file (or maybe .xsl file?)
Date Mon, 13 Mar 2000 17:58:25 GMT


Software 	Version
Linux		Mandrake 7.0  (same as Red Hat 6.1)
Apache Jserv	1.1-2
Java		jdk1.2.2
Apache Server  1.3.9
Xalan 		0.19.4
Xerces		1.0.1
Cocoon		1.7


How do I know if Cocoon is working properly or not?  

Thanks
     

		-----Original Message-----
		From:	Alexandre Liduena
[mailto:alexandre.liduena@docimsol.com]
		Sent:	Monday, March 13, 2000 10:03 AM
		To:	cocoon-users@xml.apache.org
		Subject:	Re: Cannot open .xml file (or maybe .xsl
file?)

		"Mauro J. Jaskelioff" wrote:
		> 
		> > In one of the notes I read that we should be using
Action and AddHandler
		> > instead of ApjServAction.  Any clues which one is
correct.
		> 
		> I've got it working with Action and AddHandler, but in the
Apache's
		> error.log says "Handler cocoon not found"
		> 
		> >
		> > Also, for ApjServAction, the default in the jserv.conf
file is
		> /servlets/...
		> > instead of /servlet/...  as you mentioned.  Which one is
correct ?
		> 
		> I think both...
		> >
		> 
		>
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		  Could you provide some more precise details of your soft
versions?

		  I resolved similar problems with both replacing Apache
1.3.9 ( to
		1.3.12 ) & Xalan lib provided with Cocoon 1.7 jar ( to
1.19.3D03 ).

		  ApJServAction directive depends on your servlet mount
point => see
		ApJServ mount instructions for details

		  Alexandre Liduena.

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