Did you add <map:pipes> to the <map:components> section in the root

> -----Original Message-----
> From: Peter Klotz [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]
> Sent: Mittwoch, 18. Juni 2003 11:48
> Subject: Cocoon 2.1 migration problem with sub-sitemap
> Hi,
> I have migrated a sub-sitemap from Cocoon 2.0.4 to 2.1m3.
> With 2.0.4 everything worked fine, now with 2.1 I only get 
> empty pages.
> The reason seems to be that the sub-sitemap in cocoon/sims is never 
> really called. Whenever I call a URL with sims/something I get empty 
> page with NO errors although in logkit.xconf I have set 
> everything on DEBUG.
> I saw one big difference between 2.0.4 and 2.1 and that is that 
> sub-sitemaps seem to be automatically mounted with a generic pipeline.
> The sub-sitemap example does not exist anymore, the only sub-sitemap 
> available is samples.
> Does one have to declare now really ALL components in each 
> sub-sitemap 
> that it uses, because I get DEBUG messages that say that a 
> Selector has 
> not found component for hint [request] or [session] for example?
> But when I look into the samples sitemap then that does not 
> declare any 
> components although it definitely uses some?
> So what is different in 2.1?
> Please help, Peter
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