[GE users] xml-qstat on Cocoon/Tomcat

butters chris at pearit.co.uk
Mon Nov 22 09:54:47 GMT 2010

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Hi Mark,

Thanks for the reply, I gave the HTTPi version ago however I ran into some problems. On the customer's corporate standard IE6 it spits out just the plain XML - it seems that for some reason the configuration they've chosen doesn't do client-side XSLT, and there's no chance of that being changed!
So, I'm stuck with the Cocoon version I'm afraid. To try and work round the limitation with 'contextpath:' module I wrote a little CGI wrapper for qstat.sh, however I'm now struggling with getting this to work in the sitemap file.

Can you (or anyone else) offer me any pointers or examples as to how to call a CGI script with parameters (e.g. http://server/cgi-bin/qstat.cgi?cell=chbs&root=/data/sge62&job=12558) from the sitemap file please?


On 22 November 2010 09:20, olesen <Mark.Olesen at faurecia.com<mailto:Mark.Olesen at faurecia.com>> wrote:
> Has anyone had any success with xml-qstat running on Cocoon on top of
> Tomcat or JBoss please?

We've gone over to just using the httpi-version entirely and use a proxy to map it back into apache.


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