[opencms-dev] Open CMS Crashes when Viewing Module in Workspace

Roberto Fernández rgfernan at gmail.com
Mon Mar 30 13:36:41 CEST 2009


The system doesn't work if you choose the project '/'. You have to select
'sites/default' or where your project is, or use a navigator where you are
not registered as administrator.

2009/3/29 Charles Mason <charlie.mas at gmail.com>

> Hi All,
>
> I am integrating OpenCMS into a site I am creating and coming up
> against an odd issue. I have a couple of JSP templates in a separate
> module for the site. I can use the Workspace completely normally, but
> us soon as I navigate to the module in the workspace the live site
> crashes. The workspace continues to work so I can edit and publish the
> content, but it flatly refuses to serve any content. Sometimes I get a
> blank page other times I get an exception complaining the page could
> not be found in the VFS. It doesn't record any exceptions in the log
> files. This happens when navigating to any content even static images
> which have nothing to do with the template.
>
> The only solution is to reload the context in the servlet containers
> manager web app. Once its reload it all works fine, even the newly
> published temlate updates are there. I would really like to solve this
> as it really slows down the development cycle. Is this a known issue?
>
> I am using the latest release of Open CMS. The Servlet container is
> JBoss Web (not the full JBoss Application Server), which is basically
> Tomcat with some native code (from Apache I think) to more efficiently
> serve static content.
>
> Any suggestions ?
>
> Charlie M
>
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