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From Justin Makeig <li...@makeig.com>
Subject Re: Command line interface
Date Mon, 20 Oct 2003 18:09:16 GMT
Argh. After struggling with cocoon.sh and Upayavira's helpful email, I still
can't get the CLI to work. I just need to push the result of
http://localhost:8080/toc into the the file
/usr/local/jakarta-tomcat-4.1.27/webapps/cocoon/cde/xml/toc.xml. I've
attached the relevant configuration below. Any help would be much
appreciated. Thanks.

- Justin

Tomcat
======
/usr/local/jakarta-tomcat-4.1.27/webapps/cocoon
    cde/
        sitemap.xmap
    cli.xconf
    sitemap.xmap -> offloads logic to cde/sitemap.xmap
    WEB-INF/

CLI script
==========
/usr/local/cocoon/cocoon-2.1.1
    cocoon.sh


cli.xconf
=========
<cocoon verbose="true"
    follow-links="false"
    precompile-only="false"
    confirm-extensions="false">

    
<context-dir>/usr/local/jakarta-tomcat-4.1.27/webapps/cocoon</context-dir>
<config-file>/usr/local/jakarta-tomcat-4.1.27/webapps/cocoon/WEB-INF/cocoon.
xconf</config-file>
    <work-dir>build/work</work-dir>
    
    <accept>*/*</accept>
    
    <include pattern="**"/>
    <exclude pattern="docs/apidocs/**"/>
    <uri
        type="replace"
        src-prefix=""
        src="toc"
        
dest="/usr/local/jakarta-tomcat-4.1.27/webapps/cocoon/cde/xml/toc.xml"/>
</cocoon>

command line
============
./cocoon.sh cli -x /usr/local/jakarta-tomcat-4.1.27/webapps/cocoon/cli.xconf

Excpetions
==========
Exception in thread "main" java.lang.reflect.InvocationTargetException
...
Caused by: java.lang.NoClassDefFoundError:
javax/servlet/http/HttpServletRequest


On 10/18/03 11:43 PM, "Upayavira" <uv@upaya.co.uk> wrote:

> Justin,
> 
>> I've read the documentation and the Wiki as well the most recent CLI threads
>> in July and earlier this month. However, I can't seem to figure out how to
>> configure the cli.xconf for my webapp.
>> 
>> The site I'm building is dynamic, using Cocoon 2.1.1 to transform aggregated
>> XML docs at run-time. Part of this aggregation is a static table of contents
>> (TOC) document that is generated at design-time with a transform on Cocoon's
>> directory generator output.
>> 
>> <map:match pattern="toc">
>>    <map:generate src="xml/site" type="directory">
>>        <map:parameter name="depth" value="10"/>
>>    </map:generate>
>>    <map:transform src="xsl/gentoc.xsl"/>
>>    <map:serialize type="xml"/>
>> </map:match>
>> 
>> I request http://server:8080/toc to generate the XML in my browser. By hand,
>> I paste the resulting XML into a file called toc.xml. This is a mind
>> numbingly arduous process that I hoped to automate in the deployment process
>> with Ant. However, the first step is generating toc.xml with Cocoon's
>> command line interface. Because I need to use the directory generator, I
>> don't see a way around this.
>>  
>> 
> Shouldn't be a problem.
> 
>> To install Cocoon 2.1.1, I built a minimalist WAR that I deployed in Tomcat.
>> This, of course, doesn┬╣t include all of the goodies in the build directory
>> of the installation directory. Where do I put my custom cli.xconf file?
>> 
> Anywhere. But it must be referred to via an absolute path, or relative
> to the cocoon.sh file.
> 
>> In
>> my cocoon-2.1.2/build directory or in my tomcat/webapps/cocoon directory?
>> Also, given my path confusion, I'm not sure how to set the <context-dir>,
>> 
> The root of your webapp - the folder containing your sitemap.xmap and
> your WEB-INF folder.
> 
>> <config-file>, 
>> 
> Path, from your config directory (or absolute) to your cocoon.xconf
> (optional)
> 
>> <work-dir>, 
>> 
> A working directory, can be anywhere.
> 
>> and <dest-dir> elements.
>> 
> The folder where you want your files written (if not specified in a
> <uri> node @dest attribute. Therefore not relevent in your case.
> 
>> Finally, is this the
>> correct <uri> for generating the URL http://server:8080/toc into the file
>> site/xml/toc.xml within tomcat/webapps/cocoon?
>> 
>> <uri type="replace" src-prefix="" src="toc" dest="site/xml/toc.xml"/>
>>  
>> 
> Yup. That looks fine.
> 
>> Here are the interesting parts of my cli.xconf (currently located in
>> tomcat/webapps/cocoon/):
>> 
>> <context-dir>
>> /usr/local/jakarta-tomcat-4.1.27/webapps/cocoon/cde
>> </context-dir>
>> <config-file>
>> /usr/local/jakarta-tomcat-4.1.27/webapps/cocoon/WEB-INF/cocoon.xconf
>> </config-file>
>> <work-dir>build/work</work-dir>
>> <dest-dir>
>> /usr/local/jakarta-tomcat-4.1.27/webapps/cocoon/cde/xml
>> </dest-dir>
>> 
>> ...
>>  
>> 
> Your config file path is missing 'cde' I think.
> 
>> <uri type="replace" src-prefix="" src="toc" dest="site/xml/toc.xml"/>
>> 
>> Run from the commandline using
>> 
>> ./cocoon.sh cli -x /usr/local/jakarta-tomcat-4.1.27/webapps/cocoon/cli.xconf
>>  
>> 
> The cocoon.sh script is configured to work off a built Cocoon with the
> webapp in build/webapp. You can try setting COCOON_HOME environment
> variable to the path to your webapp (same as context-dir) before running it.
> 
>> I'm getting the error
>> 
>> Cannot find CatalogManager.properties
>> 
> You can ignore that one. Now fixed in latest Cocoon in CVS.
> 
>> Exception in thread "main" java.lang.reflect.InvocationTargetException
>> ...
>> Caused by: java.lang.NoClassDefFoundError:
>> javax/servlet/http/HttpServletRequest
>>  
>> 
> You need to have servlet2_X.jar in your classpath, which is defined in
> cocoon.sh.
> 
>> I'm very confused. Any help would be much appreciated.
>>  
>> 
> Does that help?
> 
> Regards, Upayavira
> 
> 
> 
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