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Subject Position of folders and files in Cocoon
Date Wed, 21 Sep 2005 08:10:18 GMT

I va a package stucture like this:


Where config.xml contains relevant configuration details. for my own classes
that I use i a flow script.
My classes are using a logger what reads its logger configuration out of

public static final String LOGGIN_PROPS_DEFAULT_NAME = "config/logging.cfg";

when starting a job in cocoon I get the following message in tomcats
config\logging.cfg (Das System kann die angegebene Datei nicht finden)
 (what means "System cannot find the indicated file").

I tried different paths in tomcat and cocoon, but my classes could not fing
there config.xml or logging.cfg. 
One way to solve this problem would probably be to use a absolute path in
the java sources, but that way my classes would be cocoon dependent what I
dont want.

So my question is, where do I have to put my config and log folder that my
classes used by cocoon (they are stored in cocoonc lib directoty in a jar
file) can find it?



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