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From "Koen Pellegrims" <koen.pellegr...@pandora.be>
Subject RE: jsp-engine II. Partially solved
Date Wed, 28 Aug 2002 11:24:33 GMT
Raul,

I have had the same problem you are facing with the welcome.xml page. It
seems as though Resin does something weird with files that end in .xml

eg.
<map:match pattern="content/news.xml">
	<map:generate type="serverpages" src="xsp/news.xsp"/>
</map:match>

<map:match pattern="news.html">
	<map:generate src="cocoon:/news.xml">
	<map:transform src="style/news2html.xsl"/>
	<map:serialize type="html"/>
</map:match>

... produces an error on Resin stating that it cannot find
<fullpath>/xsp/news.xml (YES: .XML, not XSP!)

Haven't been able to figure it out though....

Koen

> -----Oorspronkelijk bericht-----
> Van: Raúl Wild-Spain [mailto:rcruz@wild-spain.com]
> Verzonden: woensdag 28 augustus 2002 13:04
> Aan: cocoon-users@xml.apache.org
> Onderwerp: Q: jsp-engine II. Partially solved
>
>
> Hi! (another time). It seems that I've partially solved the jsp
> trouble from
> Cocoon with Resin. I've changed the default jsp-engine per
> com.caucho.jsp.JspServlet and now my initial proves with some simple jsp
> pages have worked correctly. Even so, I can't assure that this is
> definitive
> because another examples fails.  I'm sure now that  the other troubles are
> directly related with cocoon so I need your experience. I describe it:
>
> - Into the examples of cocoon, specifically at 'More Samples -> Server
> Pages -> Java Server Pages' there are two examples, JSP Generator
> (linked to
> myserver.com/cocoon/jsp/hello) and JSP Reader (linked to
> myserver.com/cocoon/jsp/welcome.htm). Neither of these works correctly and
> they launches an 404 error through the JSPServlet (then no problem with
> jsp-engine but they not exist into the server).
>
> Looking for something similar into the server paths I've found this:
>
> .... /cocoon/samples/jsp/welcome.jsp and /cocoon/samples/jsp/hello.jsp.
>
> type in my browser myserver.com/cocoon/samples/jsp/hello.jsp --> OK!
> type myserver.com/cocoon/samples/jsp/welcome.jsp -->OK!**
>
> ** but in this page I can see some options to prove like these:
>
> -hello.jsp - Displays a hello page using JspGenerator to get XML
> from a JSP
> then transformes it to HTML using a stylesheet.-->  works OK!
>
> - hello.xml - The same page serialized as XML (without
> transformation).  It
> launch the following error:
> "404 Not Found /cocoon/samples/jsp/hello.xml was not found on
> this server. "
>
> - hello.htm - The same page serialized as HTML and served by
> sitemap through
> the JSPReader. It launch the same above but hello.htm.
>
>  - welcome.htm - This page. Direct HTML output from a JSP page served by
> sitemap through the JSPReader. It launch the same above but welcome.htm
>
> Are these cocoon errors? because the sitemap? (it seems the
> server/application not considers the sitemap.xmap) ...
>
> I attach the sitemap.xmap in cocoon/samples/jsp. Thanks a lot for your
> help!!
>
> Raúl,
> rcruz@wild-spain.com
>
>
>
>
>


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