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From DURDINA Michal <>
Subject RE: How to access sourceResolver in action configure() method
Date Wed, 28 May 2003 07:44:13 GMT
thank you for a tip, but this way I only get the root of the webapplication.

(This produces the same result as something I was using:
org.apache.cocoon.environment.SourceResolver env =
path = env.resolve(myConfigFileName).getSystemId();
File file = new File(path);

But I have my action in mounted sitemap and sourceResolver for mounted
sitemap works in the context of the sitemap directory.
If my mounted sitemap is located in 'subsitemap' directory and I use action
within this sitemap, correct resolving of 'myconfig.xml' would be


but via Context or Environment I only get my file resolved as 
d:/jboss/server/default/deploy/webapp.war/myconfig.xml - what is wrong.

Do not you know any way how to get same environment object as that which is
passed by SitemapManager to the act() method of any action located in
mounted sitemap?
Maybe I could get it from ComponentManager by some role?

Thank you,

-----Original Message-----
From: Charles Yates []
Sent: Tuesday, May 27, 2003 7:32 PM
Subject: Re: How to access sourceResolver in action configure() method

Can you put the configuration stuff into cocoon.xconf?  Then it would be 
available in configure().  If not you could implement Contextualizable 
and get the HttpContext like this:

    public void contextualize(Context aContext) throws ContextException {
        myContext =

then you could get the file like this:

myConfigFile = new File(myContext.getRealPath(myConfigFileName));


(this works in 2.1, should in 2.0.4, though maybe minor differences)

DURDINA Michal wrote:

>I am using own ConfigurableComposerAction and I have problem with loading
>configuration from external file (from filesystem). In act() method, I
>use SourceResolver parameter passed to this method, but in configure()
>method I do not know where should I get the source resolver from.
>I am using Cocoon 2.0.4 with compiled sitemap, thus I cannot use this:
>  public void compose(ComponentManager manager) throws ComponentException {
>        this.manager = manager;
>        this.resolver =
>    }
>Thank you for your help, 
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