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From Gerald Aichholzer <>
Subject Re: pipeline using document() fails to release files?
Date Tue, 12 Jul 2005 06:39:19 GMT

Lars Huttar wrote:
> Hi all,
> We suspect this is a bug but it's not clear whose.
> The problem that occurs is that a certain file, iHub.xml, sometimes 
> cannot be moved or removed under Windows, as if a user were editing it 
> (no one is). Once this condition occurs, it persists until we shut down 
> Tomcat. (The consequence is that certain automated procedures, like a 
> Subversion update, get stuck or fail.)
> The circumstances under which iHub.xml gets "stuck" seem to be after it 
> gets referenced by a document() reference from an XSLT stylesheet run by 
> Cocoon.
> Apparently, Cocoon is locking iHub.xml and not letting it go when it 
> should.
> Has anyone else encountered this?

I have experienced the same problems once (i.e. it was impossible
to edit a file used by the document() function). I think it is a
Cocoon related problem because I am working with Jetty.

I didn't solve the problem because I found a more elegant solution
using map:aggregate and a XSLT stylesheet afterwards.


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