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From "Jon Peterson" <jon.peter...@sdrc.com>
Subject Re: Cocoon2 and IBM Visual Age WebSphere Test Environment?
Date Tue, 04 Sep 2001 12:31:12 GMT
I'll send you the instructions off-line, as WTE is IDE specific and
irrelevant for the vast majority of Cocoon2.

As for WTE being exactly like WAS, that's what Big Blue's marketing
department would like you to believe.  However, reality is far from that
case.  Deploying it on WAS took a completely different set of steps.

Jon

----- Original Message -----
From: "Dietmar Haffner" <dietmar.haffner@gefasoft.de>
To: <cocoon-users@xml.apache.org>
Sent: Friday, August 31, 2001 10:36 PM
Subject: AW: Cocoon2 and IBM Visual Age WebSphere Test Environment?


> Hello Jon,
>
> >> WTE is not servlet 2.2 compliant, which I'm thinking will ultimately
> cause you problems. <<
>
> I says it would be....
>
> >> Instead, I used the Apache Tomcat Test Environment <<
>
> Yes, I'm able to run it with Tomcat, too.
>
> >> If interested, I can send you the list of things I had to do to get it
> running in this mode. <<
>
> Yes, please!  I used JDK 1.3.1, not VAJ to compile for Tomcat.  This is
the
> first time I have to use VAJ (customer wants VAJ nad WebSphere), so it
might
> well be I made some mistakes importing and compiling Cocoon in the first
> place.  VAJs "problem" detection doesn't seem too reliable to me.
>
> >> Then, when you get ready to deploy Cocoon2 to WebSphere Application
> Server, you'll have a whole other set of things to do to get it running
:-)
> <<
>
> Isn't WTE supposed to act exactly like a real WAS?
>
> Thanks,
>
> Dietmar
>
> P.S.: I'll be out of office on Monday.
>
>
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