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From holsc...@mac.com
Subject [C2] Problems handling Exceptions
Date Sun, 01 Apr 2001 21:58:54 GMT
Hello fellow XML enthusiasts,

I am currently working with Cocoon2 and Tomcat4 on Mac OS X (Hotspot 
1.3.0 compiler). I am trying to do some simple proof of concept work 
calling some existing java classes from xsp.

Things were going well until I got to a constructor that could return an 
IOException. I cannot seem to create this object using this constructor. 
The object has another constructor that doesn't throw any exceptions and 
it works fine. I rewrote (hacked) the class to bury the exception and 
that works fine too, so I don't think it is a problem with our legacy 
code. I tried adding a try-catch-block to the xsl:logic section where 
I'm creating the object but that doesn't seem to work either.

Is there any documentation for xsp with Cocoon2? I have done some work 
with C1 but things seem to have changed significantly! :o) Any help or 
direction on xsp with C2 (especially the exception problem) would be 
greatly appreciated.

Thanks for your patience.
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David Holsclaw
dholsclaw@tech-partners.com

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