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From "Schultz, Gary - COMM" <>
Subject RE: Cocoon 2 in Tomcat 5
Date Tue, 30 Mar 2004 17:41:52 GMT
Depending on the server environment, it may take several minutes for the war
file to completely unpack. I have found that sometimes if you restart Tomcat
while the war file is unpacking you mess up the process and it will not
unpack properly after that. You than have to stop Tomcat, remove the war,
remove the unpacked cocoon directory and remove the cocoon directory under
Tomcatroot/work/catalina/localhost. Once the above is removed, restart
Tomcat, drop the war into Tomcat and wait several minutes. In some cases
I've had to wait up to ten minutes for the war to properly unpack. I would
drop the war in and find something to do for ten minutes, then come back and
check to see if the war completely unpacked.
Gary T. Schultz 
Web Technical Administrator / GIS Coordinator 
Wisconsin Department of Commerce 
6th Floor 
P.O. Box 7970 
Madison, WI 

-----Original Message-----
From: Yves Vindevogel []
Sent: Tuesday, March 30, 2004 11:30 AM
Subject: Cocoon 2 in Tomcat 5


I've got Tomcat 5 (latest release) running. When I drop the cocoon.war file
in it, it is unpacked. 

I use the .war from cocoon 2.0 

When I try to fire up cocoon by typing myserver:8080/cocoon, it does nothing
but Tomcat says the "resource is unavailable" 

Do I need to do something else ? 

Met vriendelijke groeten, 

Bien à vous, 

Kind regards, 

Yves Vindevogel 


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