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From Carsten Ziegeler <>
Subject Re: jetty
Date Tue, 26 Feb 2008 06:55:51 GMT
Which xml files are you refering to?


Andre Juffer wrote:
> Hi All,
> I am testing a cocoon-based webapp. For this, I use the 'mvn jetty:run'. 
> This all works fine, unless there is an error in any of the underlying 
> XML files. For instance, if there is a minor error like missing an '>' 
> (implying invalid XML), which is just a typing error, jetty just hangs 
> up completely and ultimately gives an out of memory error exception. If 
> that is not the case, the only way to stop jetty is to manually kill the 
> process (on a Linux box). Is there a way to get rid of or change this 
> behavior. With cocoon 2.1.* (and tomcat), decent error message and stack 
> trace were returned so that could figure out the problem. This would be 
> the preferred behavior.
> Thanks,
> Andre
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