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[FIXED][Error When Fetching URLs] Method GET not implemented???

From: <EricFerg@aol.com>
Date: Wed, 23 Sep 1998 08:22:50 -0400 (EDT)
Message-ID: <81a72c2e.3608e806@aol.com>
To: Benoit.Mahe@sophia.inria.fr
Cc: www-jigsaw@w3.org
In a message dated 98-09-23 04:30:37 EDT, you write:

<<  The administration server does not use plain HTTP but a variant of it. 
  The only tool available for now is an application called JigAdmin. 
 
  FAQ: http://www.w3.org/Jigsaw/Doc/FAQ.html#Method-GET
  
  The http server is by defaut reachable at http://localhost:8001.
 
  Regards, Benoit.
  >>

Thanks, Benoit.  However (from my original msg):

"- The "JigAdmin" tool appears to be working.  I can see the "tree" structure
of the server, and clicking on the nodes brings up different menus and options
on the right side of the JigAdmin screen."

But hey, I did discover the problem.  You see, here's how I was invoking
Jigsaw ...

[ GO TO Jigsaw's Jigsaw directory]

D:\Program Files\AOL30\tool>cd d:\progra~1\jigsaw\jigsaw

[ START the server ]

D:\Program Files\Jigsaw\Jigsaw>java org.w3c.jigsaw.Main -root
d:\progra~1\Jigsaw\Jigsaw

[ THE SERVER reports back this stuff ]

loading properties from: d:\progra~1\Jigsaw\Jigsaw\config\server.props
Unable to launch http-server: Unable to create logger of class
[org.w3c.jigsaw.http.CommonLogger]
details:
java.lang.String[openLogFile]: unable to open D:\Program
Files\Jigsaw\Jigsaw\log
s\log
*** Warning : no logger specified, not logging.
JigAdmin[2.0beta2]: serving at http://ericferg:8009/

NOTICE ABOVE that Jigsaw says it can't launch the HTTP server because it can't
create a log file in the directory <install dir>\Jigsaw\Jigsaw\logs

I checked my installation tree, and there was no Jigsaw\Jigsaw logs directory,
so I created a "logs" directory where indicated.  Then, I repeated the steps
above to start the server.  This time, I got the following:

D:\Program Files\Jigsaw\Jigsaw>java org.w3c.jigsaw.Main -root
d:\progra~1\Jigsaw
\Jigsaw

loading properties from: d:\progra~1\Jigsaw\Jigsaw\config\server.props
Jigsaw[2.0beta2]: serving at http://ericferg:8001/
*** Warning : no logger specified, not logging.
JigAdmin[2.0beta2]: serving at http://ericferg:8009/

NOTICE ABOVE that now the server starts, and that it's listening on Port 8001.

Thanks for your help.

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Subj:	[Error When Fetching URLs] Method GET not implemented???
Date:	98-09-22 23:03:35 EDT
From:	EricFerg
To:	www-jigsaw@w3.org

Ref. subject, I have a problem running Jigsaw:  Even though I believe
installed it successfully (followed the instructions on the W3C web site -and-
in the Jigsaw readme), when I point my browser to http://localhost:8009, I get
the subject error message.  I downloaded Jigsaw v2.0 Beta 2 yesterday and
installed it on my Win95 system.  I already had JDK v1.1.6, Swing v1.0.3, and
BDK v1.0-Jul 98 loaded [all of 'em were---and still are---working fine].

Here's how I come across the error:

First, I start the server from an MS-DOS window with the following command:

     java org.w3c.jigsaw.Main  -root d:\progra~1\Jigsaw\Jigsaw

Next, I start my browser and point it at the URL mentioned during the Jigsaw
install:

     http://localhost:8009

Finally, an HTTP authentication dialog pops up ... I enter user=admin,
pwd=admin ... then I get the following error from Jigsaw:

     Method GET not implemented

- I do have the full directory path to jigsaw.zip in my CLASSPATH.

- However, I _don't_ have my Jigsaw directory---nor any Jigsaw
subdirectories---in my regular search PATH ... directions didn't say anything
about modifying PATH).

- I do have a valid TCP/IP hosts file on my system (I've run a couple of other
Web servers on it in the past ... the file is present).

- The "JigAdmin" tool appears to be working.  I can see the "tree" structure
of the server, and clicking on the nodes brings up different menus and options
on the right side of the JigAdmin screen.

I'm stumped!  If anyone knows a fix or workaround for the "Method GET not
implemented" problem, I'd be most appreciative.  Below is a copy of the
CLASSPATH settings from my AUTOEXEC.BAT file.

Thx -- Eric

===========================

REM *** COREL OP v7.0 ***
SET
CLASSPATH=.;c:\COREL\OFFICE7\SHARED\BARISTA;c:\COREL\OFFICE7\SHARED\TRUEDOC
SET LD_LIBRARY_PATH=c:\COREL\OFFICE7\SHARED\TRUEDOC\BIN
SET PATH=%PATH%;c:\COREL\OFFICE7\SHARED\TRUEDOC\BIN

rem *** Added for Java Development Kit v1.1.6 for Win95 ***
SET PATH=%PATH%;d:\progra~1\jdkv116\bin
SET
CLASSPATH=.;d:\ericferg\programs\java\myprogs;d:\progra~1\jdkv116\lib\classes.
zip;%CLASSPATH%

rem *** Added for Java Foundation Classes (JFC) v1.1 / Swing 1.0.3  for Win95
***
set JAVA_HOME=d:\progra~1\jdkv116
set SWING_HOME=d:\progra~1\swingv103
set
SWING_CLASSES="%SWING_HOME%\swingall.jar;%SWING_HOME%\swing.jar;%SWING_HOME%\w
indows.jar;%SWING_HOME%\motif.jar"
set CLASSPATH=.;%SWING_CLASSES%;%CLASSPATH%

rem *** Added for ODI ObjectStore PSE for Java v1.2 ***
SET PATH=%PATH%;d:\progra~1\odi\psej\bin
SET
CLASSPATH=d:\progra~1\odi\psej\pse.zip;d:\progra~1\odi\psej\tools.zip;%CLASSPA
TH%

rem *** Added for PSEJ v1.2 Demos and Annotated Classes ***
SET
CLASSPATH=d:\ericferg\programs\java\myprogs\annotated;d:\progra~1\odi\psej\COM
\odi\demo\osjcfpout;d:\progra~1\odi\psej;%CLASSPATH%

rem *** Added for Kawa 3.0 ***
SET PATH=%PATH%;D:\PROGRA~1\KAWA30
SET CLASSPATH=d:\progra~1\bdk\beanbox\classes;%CLASSPATH%

rem *** Added for W3C's Jigsaw v2.0 Beta 2 ***
SET CLASSPATH=%CLASSPATH%;d:\progra~1\Jigsaw\classes\jigsaw.zip
Received on Wednesday, 23 September 1998 08:23:42 GMT

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