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From "Richard Cunliffe" <rich...@cunliffe.net>
Subject RE: I cant get cocoon to process??
Date Tue, 28 Jan 2003 14:52:01 GMT
Derek,

Ok I changed the match pattern, but it made no difference (its still
loading the xml source as text in the browser).

I managed to get text in the logs, and I can not see anything in there
to say that I have just tried to access the address
http://192.168.0.5:8080/soundpool/soundpool.xml.

I have attached the log with this e-mail. I obviously don't know what is
supposed be in there, but there are a lot of unknowns (I don't know if
this is healthy?).

Thank you so much for taking the time to help!

Richard.







-----Original Message-----
From: Derek Hohls [mailto:DHohls@csir.co.za] 
Sent: 28 January 2003 09:55
To: cocoon-users@xml.apache.org
Subject: RE: I cant get cocoon to process??

Richard
 
Well, I think Tomcat/Cocoon are working OK, otherwise
the basic Hello World would not not be working.
 
You say you cannot see anything in the log files that
makes sense - well, this is an area that its very useful
(and I speak from bitter experience) and worth the time
getting up to speed in!  If unsure, then:  stop Tomcat,
delete the log files, restart - they *should* be clear.  If
not, note what is there and carry on.   Try your URL and
then immediately look in the files again - any new messages
should be related to what you have just tried.  If these
do not make sense, then post them here.
 
Anyway - to your problem below.  I think the issue
is that your typed URL: ...soundpool/soundpool.xml
does not match the pattern in the pipeline - which is
expecting only: soundpool
 
So, either change your typed URL to:
http://192.168.0.5:8080/soundpool
or change the match to:
<map:match pattern="soundpool/soundpool.xml">
 
or some other combination that links one to the 
other...  you could have:

http://192.168.0.5:8080/soundpool/soundpool
and:
<map:match pattern="soundpool/soundpool">

for example - this is quite neat because it clearly 
shows that the URI that Cocoon processes can
be quite different from where the physical files are
located; a key concept in good pipeline design.

Derek
 
 

>>> richard@cunliffe.net 28/01/2003 11:22:21 >>>

Derek, Thank you for the big welcome! I have had a quick look at the
logs, but to be honest I'm not sure how to interrupt them. When I did
the install examples I got cocoon to do the Hello world example. So yes
that's working. Here is the pipeline I have created for a soundpool
example (this will just show the word soundpool)            
<map:pipeline>      <map:match pattern="soundpool">           
<map:generate src="soundpool.xml"/>            <map:transform
src="soundpool.xsl"/>            <map:serialize/>     
</map:match></map:pipeline> So when I type the my local address
http://192.168.0.5:8080/soundpool/soundpool.xml this is what is
displayed:         <?xml version="1.0" ?> -               <document>    
           <text>soundpool</text>         </document> It looks like
tomcat is not forwarding the request to cocoon to me, what do you think?
 Richard.     -----Original Message-----
From: Derek Hohls [mailto:DHohls@csir.co.za] 
Sent: 28 January 2003 09:03
To: cocoon-users@xml.apache.org 
Subject: Re: I cant get cocoon to process?? Richard
 
Welcome to the wonderful world of Cocoon application
debugging !
 
First off, I assume that the Cocoon samples are up-and-
running, so that you have tested that the Cocoon servlet 
as such is working OK.
 
Next thing is to check the log files; you will find them
located under the [cocoon] directory (which I guess you
have installed somewhere under tomcat)  in a subdir
called WEB-INF/logs.
 
Finally - and this is the hard part! - you will need to try 
and understand what is causing the "missing link" - 
it *seems* like it might be the entry in your site map -
perhaps you can post that part of the site map that
should be doing the xml/xsl matching so we can try
and figure where there might be an error.
 
Derek

>>> richard@cunliffe.net 28/01/2003 10:40:03 >>>
Apache             -           v1.3Cocoon             -          
v2.0Tomcat             -           v3.3aJserv                 -         
 1.1.1 Operating system -        Windows XP  I can not get cocoon to
work. The problem I have is that when I try and load an xml page, it
will not use the style sheet and show the desired page. Instead the
browser only shows the xml document (source code). I have linked cocoon
and tomcat, and tomcat with apache using Jserv. What suggestions do you
have? Richard. 


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