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From Jeroen Reijn <>
Subject Re: Cocoon Source URLs and Unicode on WAMP Localhost
Date Tue, 29 Jun 2010 09:01:22 GMT

just to be sure. Have you set the URIEncoding="UTF-8" in you tomcat
server.xml connector configuration?


On Mon, Jun 28, 2010 at 4:27 PM, Nathaniel Grove <> wrote:
> Hi,
> I am using Cocoon 2.1.11 as a webapp in Tomcat on my windows 7 localhost
> WAMP server. The Cocoon app, which displays a catalog of Tibetan texts,
> interfaces with another webapp, a Solr/Lucene instance, for searching. When
> a search call comes into Cocoon, Cocoon calls SOLR to generate an XML
> document that is then processed through Cocoon and displayed. The pipeline
> use is:
>             <map:match pattern="search/*">
>                 <map:generate
> src="{global:solrhost}{1}&amp;start=0{global:solrparams}"/>
>                 <map:transform src="xsl/search-processing.xsl"/>
>                 <map:transform src="xsl/search-results.xsl">
>                     <map:parameter name="new" value="yes"/>
>                     <map:parameter name="start" value="0"/>
>                 </map:transform>
>                 <map:serialize type="html" />
>             </map:match>
> When I run this on our server it works fine, but when I run it locally on my
> localhost, Cocoon responds with " Server returned HTTP
> response code: 400" when Unicode Tibetan is passed in the parameter (*,{1}),
> but returns Server returned HTTP response code: 505 for URLwhen
> transliteration in Roman characters are used.. In looking at the log, the
> problem with the Tibetan is that SOLR is only receiving questions marks
> "?????" so it appears the Unicode is getting garbled by cocoon. In both
> cases, if I copy the URL from the Cocoon error page and paste it into the
> browser, it brings up the XML results of the search from SOLR.
> The connection between Cocoon and Solr works on our Linux server, but
> doesn't work on my localhost, which is a pain for development purposes. I
> have set the encoding to UTF-8 for both the HTML and XML serializers in the
> sitemap document, but this has not helped. Any suggestions?
> Thanks,
> Than Grove
> --
> Nathaniel Grove
> Research Associate & Technical Director
> Tibetan & Himalayan Library
> University of Virginia

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