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From java guru <javacoc...@yahoo.co.in>
Subject RE: Dreaded: Sitemap handler's sitemap is not available
Date Mon, 20 Aug 2001 11:57:36 GMT
Hi Ted.,
  
1. By "restart", I mean, tomcat. Since cocoon is
webapp which lives inside a servlet engine, there is
no "restart" for cocoon by itself..

2. The sitemap is recompiled at the startup
automatically unless you use something like
pre-compile stuff(forget it for now)..

3. Earlier, you or someone mentioned about FAQ..but
again IMHO, the sitemap could have compile problems
'coz of zillion thingies...so there is no one
particular stuff to blame...

4. You may have posted the log before..sorry if i
missed it...if ur problem persists, please send ME zip
log and i shall have look at it..


Cheers

 --- Ted Mead <tmead@triad.rr.com> wrote: > Srini,
> 
> Thanks for your thoughts.  May I ask some clarifying
> questions?
> 
> Regarding Sitemap... is there instructions on how to
> compile Sitemap on C2
> startup?  I am not sure I know what do do here? 
> This could be the watershed
> event.
> 
> When you say restart the server... I assume you mean
> Tomcat or Cocoon?  If
> you mean Cocoon, how do you do that?  Incidently, I
> sent log excerpts doing
> exactly what you said.  Did they not have useful
> information?
> 
> Thanks!
> Ted
> 
> 
> -----Original Message-----
> From: java guru [mailto:javacocoon@yahoo.co.in]
> Sent: Sunday, August 19, 2001 5:20 PM
> To: cocoon-users@xml.apache.org
> Subject: Re: Dreaded: Sitemap handler's sitemap is
> not available
> 
> 
> Hi.,
>   I hate to say "search the mail archive" but here
> is
> simple explanation...
> 
> 1. Sitemap is one BIG java program to be compiled on
> c2 startup...
> 
> 2. Any problem resulting from sitemap compilation
> could result in sitemap being NOT compiled and hence
> "component for hint: sitemap not found"..
> 
> 3. Now the reasons could range to anything and
> everything..
> 
> 4. Please note that JDBC problem reported is little
> mis-leading as this does NOT pose any threat to
> sitemap compilation and hence can be ignored for
> now..
> 
> 5. Please delete the c2 log, restart the server, try
> to access the main page ONLY once...stop the
> server...read the log from BOTTOM UP...
> 
> 6. 95% of the time, you get the clue..but if still
> same..then zip the log and post it here...
> 
> 7. As i hate to suggest, but you may want to search
> mailing list archive..
> 
> good luck
> 
> 
> =====
> Thanks and have great day
> srini
> 
>
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srini

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