On Jun 6, 2008, at 2:26 PM, Ryan wrote:

> The current documentation on caucho.com says that <jvm-classpath> is a
> valid attribute or child of <server>. Yet, when I attempt to add a
> classpath entry in resin.conf, I get the following:
>
> com.caucho.xml.XmlParseException: /lsurf/xoom/conf/resin.conf:77:
> <jvm-classpath> is an unexpected tag (parent <server> starts at 75).

You'll need to upgrade to 3.1.6 for that feature.  It looks like the  
docs didn't specify the version that tag was added.

-- Scott
>
>
> 75:     <server id="1" address="127.0.0.1" port="53009">
> 76:       <watchdog-port>6700</watchdog-port>
> 77:       <jvm-classpath>/lsurf/xoom/conf</jvm-classpath>
> 78:     </server>
>
>
> Along with a printout of the <server> schema, of which there is no
> <jvm-classpath> entry allowed.
>
> I'm using Resin 3.1.2, upgrading from Resin 2. With Resin 2, I passed
> the classpath to resin with the "-classpath" command line option,
> which isnt supported in resin 3.
>
> How do I add classpath entries with Resin 3.1.2?
>
> Thank you,
> Ryan
>
>
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