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From Nicolas Toper <nto...@jouve.fr>
Subject Re: newbie has problems installing cocoon
Date Wed, 28 Jan 2004 10:49:27 GMT
If I remember irght old Tomcat doens't detect war automatically. It depends on 
the version number. Might be worth checking?
Le Mercredi 28 Janvier 2004 11:37, Joerg Heinicke a écrit :
> On 28.01.2004 07:42, Andrea Simonetti wrote:
> > well, right; I have tried different combinations as a matter of facts.
> > My people here need to have JDK 1.3.1 for java, that's the only limit.
> >
> > I managed to get cocoon working now, but still it won't take the apps I
> > drop in /webapps... tomcat says "application not available".
> >
> > I shall contact the guy that made the first setup working (nt4, jdk 1.31,
> > tomcat 3.3.4 & cocoon 1), there has to be some config I am missing...
>
> If you use 2.1.3 it's really easy:
>
> 1. Get 2.1.3 from http://cocoon.apache.org/mirror.cgi. It's only
> available as sources, so you can choose either the second or third link
> (Windows or Unix) on the page. The first link is for explanation why
> there are only sources.
>
> 2. Unzip it where ever you want (this dir is now the COCOON_SRC
> directory). If you use WinZip an empty directory might be missing
> (COCOON_SRC/src/blocks/stx/java). The build would stumble about it and
> you can add it.
>
> 3. Type "build war" in COCOON_SRC directory.
>
> 4.a Type "cocoon servlet" for running Cocoon in Jetty.
>
> 4.b Copy cocoon.war from COCOON_SRC/build/cocoon-2.1.3 into your
> TOMCAT_HOME/webapps directory. If you don't use JDK 1.4 it should "just
> work".
>
> Joerg
>
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