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From "Morrison, John" <John.Morri...@uk.experian.com>
Subject RE: PLEASE, PLEASE document the installation correctly!!
Date Thu, 04 Jul 2002 07:44:51 GMT
> From: Alexander Schatten [mailto:alasan@gmx.net]
> 
> Stephan Michels wrote:
> 
> > The samples in the CVS were restructured. Try /cocoon/samples/.
> 
> thank you very much for this fast hint. in fact, it did not work, but 
> brought me to the idea, that the sitemap is structured in an 
> other way, 
> than in the "normal" distribution.
> 
> browsing the sitemap file, I found, that there are obviously 
> NO samples, 
> only the standard documentation. so trying to connect to

Which sitemap did you browse?  The final sitemap is built
dynamically by the build process.

> :8080/cocoon/documents/index

Is true only if:

1) you are running a servlet engine on port 8080 and
2) you have cocoon mounted as /cocoon

*Neither* of which have to be the case.  How can we document all
cases when most people appear to have problems with their
servlet environment?

> works.
> 
> CONCLUSION:
> 
> There was such a long thread about the cocoon documentation a 
> few days 
> ago. I think the MOST important thing, I repeat the MOST 
> important thing 
> is, that the installation is documented properly. because if 
> a new user 
> is not even able to install cocoon, he or she will quit immediately!!

It was probably correct when it was written.  Please help keep
it up to date.

> again:
> 
> -- the xerces lib is not named as described in the docs

xerces (and other dependant jars) change their names *slightly*
very often.  It is often assumed that people can figure out that,
seeing xerces-2.0.2.jar is just a more recient version than the
documented xerces-1.0.2.jar (or whatever the versions are).

> -- the compilation of the source distribution does not work 
> under linux 
> J2SE 1.4
> -- the CVS *download* works but
> -- the CVS installation does not work as described. when I 
> have installed 
> all the stuff, I need a test page. and the usual :8080/cocoon 
> does not 
> work any longer. o.k. but DESCRIBE THIS.

Again, it used too. (ps, please don't shout for emphasis :)

> thank you--fortunately this mailing list is extremely useful 
> and fast, 
> thank you for hints again to all!!

You're welcome, but questions (in the form of a patch ;) for
the FAQ and patches to the documentation (you've listed some
above) would help tremendously.

Thanks,

J.


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