[jdom-interest] Cocoon 2.0 beta 2 Build

Mark Galbreath mgalbrea at maximgroup.com
Fri Aug 17 12:23:31 PDT 2001

ha!...just did that before reading your message and caught it - and the build.bat was setting a non-existent path (if you already have %ANT_HOME% set). Plus, the J2SE 1.3.1 compiler complains of Cocoon 2.0 using deprecated methods.

Further, Brett's instructions for Cocoon 1.1 in "Java and XML," Chapter 9 are totally useless for Cocoon 2.0. I sure will be happy to get his 2d edition (preordered it through Amazon)! Damn it's difficult to keep up with you guys! At this rate, the 2d Edition will be obsolete before distribution!

Anyways, Ant built it just fine afterwards. Now I have Tomcat 3.2.3 complaining about a class not found in the Cocoon WAR file. It sure would be nice to get all this config shit done so I can actually start using JDOM for some real apps!

I think we should all let Sun know that we would like Jason and Brett to have a couple of JDOM seminars at next year's JavaOne.

Nevertheless, thanks for the response!

> From: John Muhlestein <jmuhlestein at i-link.net>
> Date: 2001/08/17 Fri PM 03:03:48 EDT
> I ran into the classdef not found error when I was running some examples
> through JBoss. I had to actually go through the build.xml file and track
> down the references. The <java classname="package.class" ...> tag was
> pointing to a variable that didn't exist. Depending on how nasty the
> build.xml file is you may want to do a quick scan through for these tags and
> verify the paths and classnames.
> John

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