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From Stan Pinte <stan.pi...@axone.be>
Subject Re: remote connection to a Xindice db installed in jboss (jetty)
Date Thu, 07 Aug 2003 10:14:52 GMT

actually I found the hack: rename the war to Xindice.war, re-deploy, and 
use the following URI:

  col =

It now leads the error:

XML:DB Exception occured 201 Cannot create child collection

Any idea?



At 12:01 07/08/2003 +0200, Stan Pinte wrote:
>the following URL works fine for me, a proff the Xindice runs:
>but I cannot connect remotely to the db:
>Database database = (Database) c.newInstance();
>          DatabaseManager.registerDatabase(database);
>          col =
>a previous post on the mailing list has never been answered...
>any idea?
>>Remote access to xindice
>>Yury Mikhienko cocoon-users@xml.apache.org
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>>Hi All!
>>I use the Xindice v1.1 starting on Tomcat 4.1.12 like webapp, and 
>>cocoons(v 2.0.4) XMLDBSource works properly with xindice db if I use the 
>>xmldb:xindice///db/... collection resource path.
>>But now I want have the remote access to xindice db (with using the xmldb 
>>api) and I dont understand how I can implement this :((
>>If I try use the  XMLDBSource with xmldb:xindice//hostname/db/... path , 
>>it does'nt work.
>>May be anyone get me any way to implement the client (and Server side 
>>configuration) for remote access and works with xindice db.
>>Thanks for advice.
>>Best regards,
>>Yury Mikhienko.
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