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From Mac Schwarz <>
Subject Re: What is the repository?
Date Mon, 14 Aug 2000 10:01:07 GMT
Søren Neigaard wrote:
> What is the repository, and where is it located?
> Med venlig hilsen/Best regards

First the CVS source tree of the and
projects are held in a 'repository. You can learn more about CVS at

If you need e.g. the latest cocoon code to build a cocoon.jar with the
newest features just install CVS and follow the instructions at


Then there's a cocoon 'repository' for storing the compiled XSP pages.
Have a look at the section 'XSP Processor' of the

# sets the repository where the compiled pages are stored.
# NOTE: make sure the directory is readable. This directory is usually
# relative to the web server's or to the servlet engine's. In case
you're not
# sure, use an absolute location.
# WARNING: since this repository may contain information you want to
# secret, we highly suggest that you protect the repository from
# access, even read-only. Only Cocoon and the system administrators
# have access here.
processor.xsp.repository = ./repository  

You should set the path above to match your installation. After
accessing a XSP page you'll find the java and class files of the page in
the repository, e.g.


The page will load faster for subsequent accesses now until the XSP page


Mac Schwarz / AERIA Projekt / Inst. f. Klassische Archaeologie
e-mail:  / Tel.: 09131-85-24791
 FAU Erlangen-Nuernberg   /   Kochstr.4   /   91054 Erlangen

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