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From "Lehtonen, Mika" <m...@digikartta.net>
Subject Re: Tomcat passing requests to cocoon for docroot, but not sub-directories?
Date Thu, 10 Apr 2008 10:13:21 GMT
Hi,

can't you just leave the mod_jk out of this for now on and test directly 
with Tomcat e.g. configure it to listen port 8080. Another approach 
might be to leave Cocoon out and test some static material through 
mod_jk. That way you can assure that it is working properly.

mika

Jed kirjoitti:
> I know mod_jk is working because it's passing the request through to
> Tomcat. Instead of trying to serve the *.jhtml file from Apache, it's
> going to Tomcat which is then passing back it's *own* 404 message
> rather than the default apache version.
>
> I've got mod_jk in debug mod and looked at the output and its
> definately passing the request to Tomcat.
>
> - Jed
>
> On 10/04/2008, Jeroen Reijn <j.reijn@onehippo.com> wrote:
>   
>> Well then it must be your mod_jk configuration. I do not have a lot of
>> experience with that, since I normally use mod_rewrite or mod_proxy.
>>
>>  On the cocoon side the correct way to go is without the preceding "/", so
>>
>>  <map:match pattern="/main/*.jhtml">
>>   <map:generate src="/main/pageTwo.xml"/>
>>
>>  Should be
>>
>>  <map:match pattern="main/*.jhtml">
>>   <map:generate src="main/pageTwo.xml"/>
>>
>>  So somehow tomcat or apache does not know how to handle requests with /main
>> in front? You do not by accident have another context running inside your
>> tomcat that has the name main?
>>
>>  Gr.
>>
>>  Jeroen
>>
>>
>>  Jed wrote:
>>
>>     
>>> Hi Jeroen,
>>>
>>> Thanks for the suggestion. I did actually try that but it didn't solve it.
>>>       
>> :(
>>     
>>> The problem is that Tomcat still appears to NOT be passing any request
>>> for a *.jhtml document in the docroot/main folder to cocoon.
>>>
>>> As I said, when I ask for http://test.domain/test.jhtml cocoon
>>> recieves the request and processes it as seen in the sitemap.log file.
>>>
>>> However asking for http://test.domain/main/test.jhtml
>>>       
>> never gets past
>>     
>>> Tomcat. It never passes it to cocoon so it never matches a matcher and
>>> no request is ever seen in the sitemap.log. I just get a 404 from
>>> Tomcat as it's trying to return an actual file called "test.jhtml" :(
>>>
>>> - Jed
>>>
>>> On 10/04/2008, Jeroen Reijn <j.reijn@onehippo.com> wrote:
>>>
>>>       
>>>> Yes you are correct here. Remove the "/" from the beginning. Also use a
>>>> relative source:
>>>>
>>>>  Use
>>>>  <map:generate src="main/helloworld.xml"/>
>>>>
>>>>  instead of
>>>>
>>>>  <map:generate src="/main/helloworld.xml"/>
>>>>
>>>>  Regards,
>>>>
>>>>  Jeroen
>>>>
>>>>
>>>>
>>>>  Rainer Pruy wrote:
>>>>
>>>>
>>>>         
>>>>> Hi Jed,
>>>>>
>>>>> you might try using <map:match pattern="main/*.jhtml"> (leaving
out
>>>>>           
>> the
>>     
>>>> "/").
>>>>
>>>>         
>>>>> I remember having experienced similar problem some tim ago.
>>>>>
>>>>> Regards
>>>>> Rainer
>>>>>
>>>>> Jed schrieb:
>>>>>
>>>>>
>>>>>           
>>>>>> Hi All,
>>>>>>
>>>>>> I'm a new Cocoon user and I've come across and I'm having a really
>>>>>> bizarre problem at the moment which has stopped my site development
>>>>>>             
>> in
>>     
>>>>>> it's tracks.
>>>>>>
>>>>>> I've got Apache/Tomcat/Cocoon set-up and have got the Tomcat and
>>>>>> Cocoon samples running just fine. I've set-up a virtual server with
>>>>>> it's own docroot and made a simple "HelloWorld" servlet and XML/XSLT
>>>>>> test and again, those work both fine.
>>>>>>
>>>>>> However, I've now started setting up my pipelines/matchers and a
>>>>>> really strange thing is happening.
>>>>>>
>>>>>> As a test, I've put "helloworld.xml" and its associated xsl file
in
>>>>>> docroot and set-up a matcher so that and request for /*.jhtml
>>>>>> effectively loads and transforms that file. This works fine.
>>>>>>             
>> However,
>>     
>>>>>> if I then make a subdirectory of docroot and place the same xml/xsl
>>>>>> there and set-up a matcher for that, absolutely nothing happens.
>>>>>> Instead I just get a Tomcat 404 page.
>>>>>>
>>>>>> I've been scratching my head over this for a week and what appears
>>>>>>             
>> to
>>     
>>>>>> be the problem is that Tomcat is definately passing requests for
>>>>>> documents in docroot to cocoon but NOT for any sub-directories.
>>>>>>
>>>>>> The way I tested was as follows:
>>>>>>
>>>>>> Test 1:
>>>>>>
>>>>>> Created files:
>>>>>> docroot/helloworld.xml
>>>>>> docroot/helloworld.xsl
>>>>>>
>>>>>> Matcher:
>>>>>> <map:match pattern="*.jhtml">
>>>>>> <map:generate src="helloworld.xml"/>
>>>>>> <map:transform src="helloworld.xsl"/>
>>>>>> <map:serialize type="html"/>
>>>>>> </map:match>
>>>>>>
>>>>>> Request:
>>>>>> http://test.domain/randomfilename.jhtml
>>>>>>
>>>>>> Result:
>>>>>> "Hello World!"
>>>>>>
>>>>>> Test 2:
>>>>>>
>>>>>> Create files:
>>>>>> docroot/main/helloworld.xml
>>>>>> docroot/main/helloworld.xsl
>>>>>>
>>>>>> Matcher:
>>>>>> <map:match pattern="/main/*.jhtml">
>>>>>> <map:generate src="/main/helloworld.xml"/>
>>>>>> <map:transform src="/main/helloworld.xsl"/>
>>>>>> <map:serialize type="html"/>
>>>>>> </map:match>
>>>>>>
>>>>>> Request:
>>>>>> http://test.domain/main/randomfilename.jhtml
>>>>>>
>>>>>> Result:
>>>>>> Tomcat 404 error message
>>>>>>
>>>>>> Test 3:
>>>>>>
>>>>>> Remove files:
>>>>>> docroot/helloworld.xml
>>>>>> docroot/helloworld.xsl
>>>>>>
>>>>>> Matcher:
>>>>>> <map:match pattern="*.jhtml">
>>>>>> <map:generate src="helloworld.xml"/>
>>>>>> <map:transform src="helloworld.xsl"/>
>>>>>> <map:serialize type="html"/>
>>>>>> </map:match>
>>>>>>
>>>>>> Request:
>>>>>> http://test.domain/randomfilename.jhtml
>>>>>>
>>>>>> Result:
>>>>>> Coccon 404 error message as defined in <map:handle-errors>
>>>>>>
>>>>>> I have DEBUG level set in logkit and watched what was happening when
>>>>>>             
>> I
>>     
>>>>>> made requests. mod_jk was intercepting the request from apache and
>>>>>> matching it with a worker and passing it to Tomcat. For requests
for
>>>>>> documents in docroot, Tomcat was passing them to cocoon as the
>>>>>> requests and processing can be seen in the sitemap.log file.
>>>>>>
>>>>>> However, when a request is made for a file in a sub-directory of
>>>>>> docroot, there is zero activity in sitemap.log - the request just
>>>>>> never gets there!
>>>>>>
>>>>>> I am *completely* baffled. I believe I have the various components
>>>>>> configured correctly but as stated, Tomcat will not pass requests
>>>>>>             
>> for
>>     
>>>>>> sub-dirs to Cocoon.
>>>>>>
>>>>>> Can anyone shed any light on this?
>>>>>>
>>>>>> - Jed
>>>>>>
>>>>>> Heres the pertinent extracts from the various configs:
>>>>>>
>>>>>> Apache - http.conf:
>>>>>>
>>>>>> <VirtualHost *:80>
>>>>>> DocumentRoot
>>>>>>
>>>>>>             
>>>> /usr/local/apache/share/saab_current/htdocs/
>>>>
>>>>         
>>>>>> ServerName test.domain
>>>>>> Options FollowSymLinks +Indexes
>>>>>> <Directory /usr/local/apache/share/htdocs>
>>>>>> Options +Indexes
>>>>>> </Directory>
>>>>>> DirectoryIndex index.jhtml index.html index.xml
>>>>>> JkMount /*.shtml xmlworker
>>>>>> JkMount /main/*.jhtml xmlworker
>>>>>> </VirtualHost>
>>>>>>
>>>>>> Tomcat - server.xml
>>>>>> <Engine name="Catalina" defaultHost="test.domain"
>>>>>> cachingAllowed="true" debug="9">
>>>>>> <Host name="test.domain" debug="9"
>>>>>>
>>>>>>             
>>>> appBase="/usr/local/apache/share/htdocs"
>>>>
>>>>         
>>>>>> unpackWARs="true" autoDeploy="true" xmlValidation="false"
>>>>>> xmlNamespaceAware="false">
>>>>>> <Context debug="9"
>>>>>> reloadable="true"
>>>>>> path=""
>>>>>> docBase="/usr/local/apache/share/htdocs"
>>>>>> />
>>>>>> </Host>
>>>>>> </Engine>
>>>>>>
>>>>>> Tomcat - workers.properties
>>>>>>
>>>>>> # XML worker
>>>>>> worker.xmlworker.port=8009
>>>>>> worker.xmlworker.host=localhost
>>>>>> worker.xmlworker.type=ajp13
>>>>>>
>>>>>> Cocoon - sitemap.xmap
>>>>>>
>>>>>> <map:match pattern="*.jhtml">
>>>>>> <map:generate src="pageOne.xml"/>
>>>>>> <map:transform src="doc2html.xsl"/>
>>>>>> <map:serialize type="html"/>
>>>>>> </map:match>
>>>>>>
>>>>>> <map:match pattern="/main/*.jhtml">
>>>>>> <map:generate src="/main/pageTwo.xml"/>
>>>>>> <map:transform src="/main/doc2html.xsl"/>
>>>>>> <map:serialize type="html"/>
>>>>>> </map:match>
>>>>>>
>>>>>> My set-up is:
>>>>>>
>>>>>> Fedora Core 6
>>>>>> Apache/2.2.8
>>>>>> mod_jk 1.2.26
>>>>>> Tomcat  5.5.26
>>>>>> Cocoon 2.1.11
>>>>>> Sun JDK 1.6.0_05-b13
>>>>>>
>>>>>>
>>>>>>
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>>>>>>             
>>>>>           
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>>>>
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>>>>
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