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From Olivier Billard <obill...@jouve.fr>
Subject Re: XSP and cocoon cache
Date Tue, 27 Apr 2004 14:28:10 GMT
Jan Hoskens wrote:
> Hmm, you're right, I was a bit off on that one.
> But you don't need to shut down your server, just clean your working dir. If
> you're using Tomcat, you can find your compiled XSP pages under the work
> dir:
> 
> C:\app\Jakarta-Tomcat_4.1.29\work\Standalone\localhost\_\cocoon-files\org\ap
> ache\cocoon\www\file_\
> 
> There should be your sitedir with some classes in it.
> 
> Or just clean it all the way under Standalone.
Unfortunately, it doesn't work : the class isn't recompiled and the 
output is the same, even when I change the concerned pipe to "noncaching"...

> ----- Original Message ----- 
> From: "Olivier Billard" <obillard@jouve.fr>
> To: <users@cocoon.apache.org>
> Sent: Tuesday, April 20, 2004 4:01 PM
> Subject: Re: XSP and cocoon cache
> 
> 
> 
>>Hi Jan,
>>
>>Thanks for you answer.
>>Answers below :
>>
>>Jan Hoskens wrote:
>>
>>
>>>Are you using subsitemaps?
>>
>>Yes
>>
>>
>>>Then check that you're having this attribute on
>>>your mount:
>>>
>>><map:mount check-reload="yes" ../>
>>
>>all is ok
>>
>>
>>>If not, check cocoon.xconf for
>>>
>>><sitemap check-reload="yes" ../>
>>
>>doesn't this feature tell cocoon to recompile the sitemap if it changes
>>? In this case, recompilation of XSP is not impacted, isn't it ?


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