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From Andre Juffer <>
Subject Re: jetty
Date Wed, 27 Feb 2008 07:57:57 GMT
Sorry, I do to correct myself. Placing the 'var finished = false' as the 
first statement actually works fine! This I do not understand at all.

Carsten Ziegeler wrote:
> Andre Juffer schrieb:
>> Carsten Ziegeler wrote:
>>> Hmm, from this description I can only guess what the problem might 
>>> be. I guess that you have different libs and/or different class 
>>> loading behaviour between Jetty and Tomcat. So it might be that you 
>>> end up with a different Rhino version used or something similar.
>>> In any case, you should see an exception "somewhere" (being it in the 
>>> browser or in the logs); your description also seems to imply that in 
>>> the case of Jetty an endless loop is reached. So what happens if you 
>>> set finished to true before the loop but leave the try/catch in?
>> If I replace 'var finished = false' to 'var finished = true', the 
>> while portion is skipped and the script continues with 
>> cocoon.sendPage(...).
> :)
> True, but you can set finished to true as the first statement in the 
> while loop.
> Carsten

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