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From Bill Humphries <>
Subject Re: Servlet startup error on Mac OS X: Configuration Error: ProxyEmitter.startDocument(): no underlying emitter provided
Date Sun, 15 Jul 2001 20:00:04 GMT

On Sunday, July 8, 2001, at 03:22 PM, Chip Morris wrote:

> Trying to bring up Cocoon 2.0beta1 on Mac OS X under Tomcat 3.2.2. The 
> Tomcat is working OK. Cocoon builds OK.
> But accessing the URL "http://localhost:8080/cocoon/" barfs (see log 
> file excerpt, below).

When building Cocoon, I noticed the following:

Could not find file 
to copy.

I've set JAVA_HOME to 

For some reason Apple didn't package tools.jar with the 1.3 SDK. A 
search of my system does not reveal one. The next step is to see if 
Apple moved tools.jar into classes.jar.

So I went into build.xml and changed the attribute for tools.jar to be
explicitly and ran ant again.

This time it compiled without errors (however there were some 
deprecation warnings.)

I still need to move things around in my tomcat directory to install and 
start up Cocoon 2, but you might try that and see if it helps.

I'm more than a little miffed at Apple's choice to move stuff out of 
where I expect it in a UN*X environment.
Bill Humphries <>

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