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From Bud Gibson <fpgib...@umich.edu>
Subject Re: XSP not working at all with Cocoon 2.01
Date Mon, 25 Feb 2002 20:49:50 GMT
Well, after reading your helpful note, I did manage to locate an archive.
 After using a text editor to search it, I found something about tomcat
4.02, but it was inconclusive as to what to do.

Perhaps there should be a little note under installation concerning
tomcat 4.0.2 since it has been out for a while now, and the problem seems
general.  I have seen two posts on the issues I mentioned just today.

Given my configuration, it was not obvious that tomcat 4.02 would be the problem, and the
current installation direction suggests Tomcat 4.X is the easiest installation.

I think people look for the archives but cannot find them.  It might help to place URLs directly
to them under the signup.  What about using cocoon as a front-end to the current archive,
such as it is.

Vadim Gritsenko wrote:

>Hi,
>
>Have you seen *lots* of messages on this list recently saying that it is
>better to stay with Tomcat 4.0.1 for a moment and that Cocoon does not
>work with Tomcat 4.0.2? If no, take a look at the archive. Search string
>'4.0.2' and '4.02' should give lots of results.
>
>Also search archive for a solution for this problem (however, I can not
>recall that message with the solution. May be it is not discovered yet).
>
>Regarding installation instructions: docs were written before Tomcat
>4.0.2 was born, so you should take this into account.
>
>Regards,
>Vadim
>
>>-----Original Message-----
>>From: Bud Gibson [mailto:fpgibson@umich.edu]
>>Sent: Monday, February 25, 2002 3:12 PM
>>To: cocoon-users@xml.apache.org
>>Subject: XSP not working at all with Cocoon 2.01
>>
>>Hi:
>>
>>I seem to be having a problem with cocoon, and there is currently no
>>FAQ, so here goes.  I list my environment first, and then get to
>>specific issues.
>>
>>I am running the following
>>
>>Tomcat 4.02
>>Sun JDK 1.3.1_02
>>no externally set classpath variable
>>Redhat 6.2 with kernel 2.2.19 (? unsure about kernel, but that is
>>
>close)
>
>>Cocoon 2.01
>>1 GB RAM
>>2 700 MHz Pentium III
>>
>>Two issues:
>>
>>1.  To get cocoon to work at all, I seem to need to have the xerces,
>>xml-apis, and batik jars in both the $TOMCAT/lib directory and the
>>cocoon WEB-INF/lib directory.  This is a bit contrary to the
>>installation instructions.  The problem seems to occur when cocoon is
>>trying to compile the sitemap.  It cannot find the classes in those
>>
>jars
>
>>unless they are in the $TOMCAT/lib directory.  Later, if I try to
>>
>access
>
>>the tutorials or doc, it seems to require that at least the batik jar
>>
>be
>
>>in the cocoon WEB-INF/lib directory.
>>
>>2.  Now started, cocoon simply seems to stall whenever I try to access
>>an XSP page or use SOAP.  The static examples seem to work as do the
>>screencraping examples. The only error message I get in the error log
>>
>is:
>
>>>ERROR   (2002-02-25) 14:13.48:366   [sitemap.generator.velocity]
>>>(/cocoon/) HttpProcessor[8980][0]/VelocityGenerator: ResourceManager
>>>
>:
>
>>>unable to find resource 'VM_global_library.vm' in any resource
>>>
>loader.
>
>>>ERROR   (2002-02-25) 14:13.48:448   [sitemap.generator.velocity]
>>>(/cocoon/) HttpProcessor[8980][0]/VelocityGenerator: ResourceManager
>>>
>:
>
>>>unable to find resource 'VM_global_library.vm' in any resource
>>>
>loader.
>
>>Any help appreciated,
>>Bud
>>
>
>
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