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From "Geert Josten" <>
Subject RE: Cannot get JSPReader/JSPGenerator to work
Date Wed, 04 Oct 2006 09:17:01 GMT
Tomcat might already be trying to process the jsp calls itself but is
failing to translate the url into a file path that is correct. I expect
that there are comments in web.xml near *.jsp mapping concerning Tomcat.
If you don't explicitly map *.jsp, tomcat is (or at least used to) take
over control for all urls that end with .jsp. On the other hand I get
the impression from your explanation that this is actually what you

About classes and lib: the classloader will look in both, but classes
folder might have higher precedence over lib.

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> Van: Paritosh Patel [] 
> Verzonden: dinsdag 3 oktober 2006 21:27
> Aan:
> Onderwerp: Cannot get JSPReader/JSPGenerator to work
> I am new to Cocoon (BTW, and its very cool) and am trying to 
> get Cocoon to handle a JSP page to be processed... but it 
> does not work.
> (My setup is running Cocoon 2.1.9 under Tomcat 5)
> First, I tried the JSP block welcome page and it also does 
> not work for me. The IE browser window shows empty and the 
> "View Source" results in only the following: 
> Transitional//EN"> <HTML><HEAD> <META http-equiv=Content-Type 
> content="text/html; charset=windows-1252"></HEAD> <BODY></BODY></HTML>
> Looking at the "WEB-INF/classes/org/apache/..." the JSPReader 
> and JSPGenerator classes are not present. There is a 
> 'cocoon-jsp-block.jar' under WEB-INF/lib, though.  I do not 
> know when Cocoon would go to this Jar file instead of the 
> classes dir. Is there a problem in my setup? 
> Finally, I modified the build's file 
> to make sure that the jsp block is included... This resulted 
> in the same result.
> What am I doing wrong?
> The end goal I am trying to get to is for Cocoon to use the 
> Tomcat JSP engine... Is that unreasonable? 
> - pdp

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