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From Ken Geis <kg...@galenworks.com>
Subject re: LoginPortlet failure Part 2
Date Fri, 24 Oct 2003 07:02:02 GMT
What you described made me think of what I read in GETTING_STARTED.html.

It says,
> The "deploy" goal handles adding the cross context property.

I checked through the server.xml, but that property is *not* set! 
However, I tried manually creating the /jetspeed context with 
crossContext turned on, and nothing improved...

Frank Bolander wrote:
> I'm having problems with the LoginPortlet also but after deployment and on
> any call(See below).
> 
> I traced into the ServletPortletInvoker and here is where the problem is:
> 
> protected void invoke(PortletRequest portletRequest, PortletResponse
> portletResponse, Integer methodID)
>         throws PortletException, IOException
>     {
> 		...
>         ServletContext appContext =
>        jetspeedContext.getContext(portletApplicationName);  
> 
> 
> The appContext is returning null for "/HW_App" and then throwing the
> PortletException. The HW_App directory does exist under the webapps tree and
> is in the db.
> 
> Any ideas?
> 
> Tomcat 4.1.24
> OS     Windows XP
> JVM    Sun JVM 141_03



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