[jdom-interest] question apache tomcat jdom?
mini78 at lycos.com
Mon Oct 22 02:48:52 PDT 2001
I have a problem using Tomcat and Apache. I have built an application, that works perfect when only Tomcat is up. When I use Apache too, nothing happens.
My servlet and Bean are found, but the xml parser stops at the point where the xml document is build. I'm using JDom as xml parser. And an Url to find the xml document.
In tomcat I can use following url : http://myHost:8080/MyApp/MyDir/MyXMLFile.xml
The xml document appears in the browser.
With apache I use : http://myHost:80/MyApp/MyDir/MyXMLFile.xml
This also works.
When my application tries to acces the xml file, nothing happens and I have to restart Tomcat and Apache.
There isn't an error in the xml document, because otherwise it wouldn't work with only tomcat up.
I've set the ServerName in apache's httpd.conf to myHost. http://myHost shows the index.html in apache's htdocs.
http://myHost/myApp/ shows the index.jsp in tomcats webapps/myApp dir.
I hope anyone can help me.
On Sat, 20 Oct 2001 11:00:59
Matthew MacKenzie wrote:
>The problem is likely that SAXBuilder can't locate the file that needs to be
>parsed, or there is an error in the XML, or possibly that your libraries are
>screwed up and JDOM can't find a JAXP parser. Send the stack trace where
>you say the error is occuring and we can probably tell you the exact
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>> I'm using apache and tomcat 4.0. I have build an application that works
>fine when only tomcat is up. If I use apache with tomcat, tomcat doesn't do
>> I traced the error into a bean method that retreives something out of an
>xml document. I use saxbuilder to create a document. And thats where
>> Does anyone knows anything something about it?
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