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From "Auxon" <au...@ntl.sympatico.ca>
Subject Re: Cocoon build success - Win2K / Sun Java 2 SDK 1.3 / IIS5 & Apache 1.1.14 : WebSphere SDK probs - plus an error
Date Tue, 24 Oct 2000 19:41:04 GMT
I can't believe it!  Sorry!  Of course, it's Cocoon.xml.

I read the FAQ, honest.  I just forgot about that....  I suppose I should
have looked again.  Sorry.

I'll send off that stack dump for the build, and yes I used build.bat.


----- Original Message -----
From: "Robin Green" <greenrd@hotmail.com>
To: <cocoon-users@xml.apache.org>
Sent: Tuesday, October 24, 2000 7:26 AM
Subject: Re: Cocoon build success - Win2K / Sun Java 2 SDK 1.3 / IIS5 &
Apache 1.1.14 : WebSphere SDK probs - plus an error


> "Auxon" <auxon@ntl.sympatico.ca> wrote:
> >Final configuration:
> >
> >Cocoon-dev 1.8
> >Windows 2000 Professional
> >Sun's Java 2 SDK 1.3
> >IIS 5
> >and/or
> >Apache 1.1.14
> >
> >I managed to get things working before, the same configuration as above,
> >but
> >without Apache.
> >
> >Then I reformatted my hard drive and made some partitions.  I reinstalled
> >everything, but then, instead of using Sun's SDK, I tried the WebSphere
> >Java
> >SDK and their runtime environment, since I heard IBM's VM was faster than
> >Sun's.
>
> Both of them produce several different versions of the JDK. It's not the
> case that all of IBM's JDKs are faster than all of Sun's.
>
> >First of all, Cocoon wouldn't build with IBM's SDK.  If anyone wants the
> >error messages, just ask, and I'll go and try to duplicate the affair.
>
> Please send them to me privately - thanks!
>
> >  My
> >limited knowledge of Java makes me suspect I was missing some
org.apache.?
> >package that would have been present in Sun's SDK.  PLEASE correct me if
I
> >am wrong, because I would like to know.
>
> org.apache. packages are not part of any JDK. They are in cocoon.jar,
> xalan.jar, xerces.jar etc.
>
> Did you use build.bat or some other method? Only build.bat is supported.
>
> >
> >So I went and got the binary distribution of Cocoon 1.8, and used the
Win32
> >version of Cocoon.jar.  It worked - all the test pages worked BUT it was
> >incredibly slow.  VERY slow, definetely too slow to be acceptable, like
>30
> >seconds for the initial load of the XSP page, for example, and even
> >cocoon.xml was loading very slowly ~10 seconds.
> >
> >Why?
> >
> >I thought maybe it was the IBM SDK, or VM, or something to do with the
JIT
> >compiler ... I just don't know enough about it - any clues?
> >
> >That's when I tried Apache 1.1.14 ... things seemed to speed up a little
> >bit, but not enough to make it reasonable.
> >
> >So, I went and reinstalled the Sun Java 2 SDK 1.3, and built Cocoon-dev
> >1.8,
> >and it worked ... no errors in the build, like the first time I built it,
> >and it is so much faster as to be laughable.  The difference is worlds
> >apart - virtually no delay.  So, what really is the cause of the initial
> >speed problem?  Anyone?
>
> No idea.
>
> >
> >Now, before everything appears peachy, I will point out one problem ...
now
> >the cocoon.xml sample can't be found!
>
> It's Cocoon.xml not cocoon.xml. It's the first question in the FAQ!!
>
>
>
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