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From Luis Gois <>
Subject A very simple question (REALLY!!!! But please, answer!)
Date Thu, 23 Nov 2000 17:41:44 GMT
Just deployed Cocoon 1.8 with Tomcat 3.2b6 and, though all XSP examples
that came with Cocoon work fine, I can't seem to access my own
classes!!! I've created de context /cocoon and copyed all Cocoon
examples to the webapps/cocoon/servlets dir, so the Cocoon conf within
Tomcat must be OK, right? I've put my own classes at
webapps/cocoon/WEB-INF/classes dir, as I understand from Tomcat's
documentation. Do I need to set classpath stuff in any config file
somewhere? I really apreciate help on this, cause it seems something so
simple and I just can't get there!:(
	I also tried to access some servlet 2.2b classes (servlet.jar in tomcat
/lib dir, so it gets in TOMCAT classpath at startup sh) but it's methods
aren't found! I keep geting the same message :

java.lang.Exception: XSP Java Compiler: Compilation failed for
     137: Method showDataAsTable(int, int) not found in class
               xspExpr(showDataAsTable(0,5), document)
     1 error

	(this is for may own classes at WEB-INF/classes/pt/grupes/java/dito/
	  with <xsp:include>*</xsp:include>	

java.lang.Exception: XSP Java Compiler: Compilation failed for
     137: Method getInitParameter() not found in class
               xspExpr(getInitParameter(), document)
     1 error

(for servlet2.2	I get the same "Method (...) not found in class" error -
method 			getInitParameter() for  example)

I previously used JServ, so only servlet2.0 available.

Thanks in advance.
Luis Gois
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