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From Michael Wechner <>
Subject Re: PhpGenerator does not return an answer
Date Fri, 05 Sep 2003 19:38:16 GMT
Tony Collen wrote:

> Michael Wechner wrote:
>> I would like to try out the PhpGenerator and followed the Wiki step 
>> by step
>> and everything worked fine, but when I request the php file, then
>> the browser just keeps browsing and the server doesn't really respond.
> Well, I wrote the docs based on all the information that I could find, 
> and the stuff that I already knew.  The sad part is that I could never 
> get it working, either :( 

sad, but good to know ;-)

>> The PHP file should be ok, because it works when calling "php -f 
>> test.php".
>> There are no error log messages, etc.
>> Am I missing something or has anyone the same experience?
>> (I am using Cocoon-2.1 release and JDK1.4.2 on Linux)
> I think there was talk a while ago on either this list or on -dev 
> where it was mentioned that if we couldn't get the PHPGenerator 
> working again, that it might get moved back to scratchpad -- I don't 
> think that ever actually happened, though.  I think the real problem 
> is within the PHP Servlet that is included with the PHP source 
> itself.  I'm not even sure if that ever worked correctly. 

I am currently trying to make it run within Tomcat itself. There is a 
README within sapi/servlet , but
I have not succeeded yet. I hope to meet Sam Ruby at the OSCOM 
hackathon  next Tuesday. He might know,
because AFAIK he wrote most of it. Well, anyway I will post my findings 
to the list.



> Regards,
> Tony
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