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Errors Designed By Bad Programmers
The workflow history has not been initialized: The file [.../index_en.xml] is missing."
This error is a good example some people should not have commit rights.
The errors says:
1. A file is missing. (Oops.)
2. THIS file is missing. (Oh, so you know which one.)
3. This file is a log. (Oh, so you are stopping me, the user, your boss, from doing what I want because you can't find your log! Did you check between...)
The user has NEVER created this file. Lenya always creates it, therefore Lenya knows how to create it. So why is the program that was supposed to create a log file complaining to me that it needs a log file? And why tell me while I am trying to work?
Even worse, it was complaining the log was missing for a different language version than what I was trying to edit. I don't care if the German, Spanish, and Italian versions have problems, let me edit the English one. Now! Do not make me wait until I call the nerd to fix it.
There must be at least one child
org.apache.cocoon.ProcessingException: Failed to load sitemap from file:/C:/apache-lenya-1.2.2/build/lenya/webapp/lenya/pubs/solprovider/sitemap.xmap: org.apache.avalon.framework.configuration.ConfigurationException: There must be at least one child at file:/C:/apache-lenya-1.2.2/build/lenya/webapp/lenya/pubs/solprovider/sitemap.xmap:5:31
This message is not completely useless. Those numbers at the end give a clue the error is on line 5. But it would be nice if it mentioned what element was missing its child.
I had removed all resources without removing the map:resources wrapper. I have no idea why Lenya insists <map:resources> must have children.