retrieve cocoon content failed

Discussion in 'Ruby' started by Lian Yan, Feb 3, 2004.

  1. Lian Yan

    Lian Yan Guest

    Hi, All;

    Our application allows users to analyze documents (xml or html) they
    find in the internet. User enters the URL and ruby retrieves the
    document and analyzes it. It works fine for most web server. However,
    one user found an interested document hodted by Cocoon with URL:
    http://doxa.stoa.org/cocoon/retiarius/document_MoriaeEncomium. When he
    performed the analysis, it reported the "404 not found" error.

    I know that cocoon's url does not point to the document's physical
    location and it is generated on the fly. My question is how can I
    retrive document from cocoon.

    Thank you in advance.

    Lian
     
    Lian Yan, Feb 3, 2004
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