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Subject Re: The time has come for TomCat & Cocoon2
Date Wed, 05 Jul 2000 16:33:56 GMT
I trying to move from Cocoon1.7.4 to Cocoon2 on Tomcat 3.1.  I'm having
trouble having Cocoon2 locate the cocoon.xconf file.

The servlet.log entries relating to cocoon are:
<l:context path="/cocoon" >tomcat.errorPage: init</l:context>
<l:context path="/cocoon" >jsp: init</l:context>
<l:context path="/cocoon" >Cocoon2: init</l:context>
<l:context path="/cocoon" >this.configurationFile: null</l:context>
<l:context path="/cocoon" >this.configurationFile: C:\bin\apache\tomcat\webapps\cocoon/cocoon.xconf</l:context>
<l:context path="/cocoon" >Reloading from: C:\bin\apache\tomcat\webapps\cocoon/cocoon.xconf</l:context>
<l:context path="/cocoon" >Exception reloading: Fatal error parsing null (line 0 col.
0): File "C:\bin\apache\tomcat\webapps\cocoon\cocoon.xconf" not
<l:context path="/cocoon" >default: init</l:context>

I'm running on Windows 95.
My TOMCAT_HOME=c:\bin\apache\tomcat
I've verified that cocoon.xconf is located at: c:

My web.xml entry for Cocoon2 is:

07/04/2000 11:51 AM AST
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Subject:  Re: The time has come for TomCat & Cocoon2

Kevin Sonney wrote:
> I've decided the time has come to migrate from JServ 1.1.1
> (. *smirk*) & Cocoon 1.x on my laptop to TomCat &
> Cocoon 2-alpha.
> So, before I get started, here are some questions :
> 1) Has *ANYONE* seen a Migration guide for Jserv -> TomCat? I've been
> looking, and none of the docs are really that clear on it. Hints would
> be great.

I was never a heavy user of JServ, nor have I ever tried cocoon1.

But I will say that with Tomcat 3.2 (now in beta), and with getting the
cocoon-2 samples up and running are as simple as copying a few jar files
into the tomcat lib directory, and one war file into the webapps directory
and starting Tomcat.  After you have verified the correct operation using
port 8080, take a look into Tomcat's conf directory, and you should find a
tomcat-apache.conf file ready for inclusion in Apache.

- Sam Ruby

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