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From "Jonny Becker" <>
Subject Re: CHS and asm-errors
Date Thu, 14 Apr 2005 10:26:14 GMT

>It should help. did you exclude BSF block during cocoon build?
No. Should I?
Backing out asm-1.5.2.jar and asm-util-1.5.2.jar to asm-1.4.3.jar and 
asm-util-1.4.3.jar didn't help for
me (when I had BSF included) for my Hibernate3 solution.

Has someone got Spring-Hibernate3 experiences?

Laszek: Thanks for the copy paste hint. Saves me a lot of time.


>From: Leszek Gawron <>
>Subject: Re: CHS and asm-errors
>Date: Thu, 14 Apr 2005 11:49:35 +0200
>Jonny Becker wrote:
>>I'm experimenting to move the CHS from Hibernate2 to Hibernate3.
>>Thanks to the help of this list, I got the CHS with Hibernate2 finally 
>>running on Cocoon 2.1.7.
>>Now I'm experiencing errors with my Hibernate3 implementation. It compiles 
>>But on startup I'm always getting this kind of error:
>>org.objectweb.asm.ClassVisitor.visit(...) does not exist...
>>On the CHS-homepage there was a comment:
>>>Also, CHS would not start in Cocoon 2.1.7, so I backed out asm-1.5.2.jar 
>>>and asm-util-1.5.2.jar to asm-1.4.3.jar and asm-util-1.4.3.jar.
>It should help. did you exclude BSF block during cocoon build?
>>This didn't help for me. But maybe someone knows (the author of this 
>>comment?) about this asm issue.
>>Other, non-cocoon-relate question:
>>I'm working on windows and starting cocoon from cmd. If I get errors I 
>>want to copy the stacktrace, so I can post it here. From the 
>>command-window it isn't possible to copy and paste. What could I do? 
>>Suggestions welcome.
>right click -> select -> select text -> press enter -> got it in clipboard
>Leszek Gawron                                                 MobileBox
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