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From Marc Driftmeyer <>
Subject Re: Fwd: Installing Tomcat 3.1 and Cocoon 1.7.2
Date Thu, 04 May 2000 23:48:17 GMT
A short while back someone was kind enough to direct a pointer to a great 
new book about to be released by O'Reilly, entitled, "Java and XML".  The 
beta chapter 9 clearly describes how to get Tomcat and Cocoon up and 
running and configured correctly.

It worked smoothly on Win2K with Cocoon-1.7.2 and Tomcat 3.1 once I had 
read the chapter and cross-referenced that with the Apache Cocoon 
installation instructions that are listed also within the JServ section.

I am rebuilding my box and am going to write a step by step approach 
starting with sucking down all the JavaSoft tools and jdks, etc.  And 
include my classpaths etc... I think a Table of configs and links to the 
processes would be a welcome addition to the Cocoon site in general.  I am 
also working on one with Debian Linux.

Any one else agree?

At any rate here is the O'Reilly url in particular:

Sincerely Yours,

Marc J. Driftmeyer

At 09:36 PM 5/4/2000 +0100, you wrote:
>You're likely to get more help on the cocoon-users list so I've forwarded 
>your message there. First, have you followed the instructions in the 
>Cocoon documentation? If so, please paste in full details of your tomcat 
>configuration files so we can diagnose.
>--- forwarded ---
>>From: Andy Bosch <>
>>Subject: Installing Tomcat 3.1 and Cocoon 1.7.2
>>Date: Thu, 04 May 2000 13:51:19 +0200
>>Hi folks,
>>is there a propper way to get cocoon running with tomcat? I created
>>a webapplication cocoon with the coocon.jar in it. In the web.xml
>>file I sayed that all *.xml files should be redirected to
>>But it does not work. With http://localhost/test.xml I only get the error
>>message "url not found".
>>The standard file I get running only with
>>How can I tell apache / tomcat to redirect xml - files to cocoon?
>>Thanks in advance,
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Marc J. Driftmeyer

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"Infinite Nothingness is the Limit of Being"- marc driftmeyer

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