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From Andre Juffer <>
Subject C1->C2 migration
Date Fri, 06 Jul 2001 08:51:22 GMT

I have recently tried Cocoon2 (with Tomcat 3.2.1, Slackware Linux, 
Apache 1.3.*) and got everything to work. That is, it was no problem to 
read http://localhost/cocoon. I did not modify any of the existing
configuration files of Apache or 
Tomcat, when installing cocoon2.

I have used in the past cocoon1 quite 
extensively and tried, among other things, XSP. This all worked very
For that purpose, I had a separate context under webapps (say 
webapps/Foo). All my own xml related stuff was put into that directory. 
It should be possible with cocoon2 to do the same thing, but up till 
this very moment I had no success. While http://localhost/Foo displays 
the content of that directory, I cannot get the sitemap compiled so that 
a pipeline would start. Putting one of my own files (say foo.xml) into 
the webapps/cocoon directory and modifying the sitemap, so that the 
pattern foo would start a pipeline that transforms foo.xml into html, 
worked without problems.

Which files/directories in webapps/foo from cocoon2 should always be 
there: cocoon.xconf, sitemap.xmap and WEB-INF? The web.xml should
contain cocoon2 specific entries? What are the minimal entries in the
cocoon.xconf and sitemap.xmap?
I have copied these files from the webapps/cocoon subdirectory
(including the modified sitemap for foo that worked fine in
webapps/cocoon). After restarting 
tomcat and apache, cocoon2 is telling me that it cannot find resource 

What am I missing? Is there anything that should modified in the
configuration files of Tomcat?

Thanks for your help.

Andre H. Juffer              | Phone: +358-8-553 1683
The Biocenter and            | Fax: +358-8-553-1141
    the Dep. of Biochemistry | Email:
University of Oulu, Finland  | WWW:

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