The workspace build did take a long time... I would also go into Eclipse preferences --> Maven --> Installations and add your external installation.Let us know if you continue to have problems and we'll get you sorted out! Thanks again! Returning parent resolver result [file:/builddir/build/BUILD/jersey-1.x-1.18.3/jersey-server/etc/xml.xsd]. [DEBUG] Resolving publicId [http://www.w3.org/XML/1998/namespace], systemId [http://www.w3.org/2001/xml.xsd]. have a peek at these guys
Just out of interest what version of Eclipse are you using? bugs If you are convinced that you have identified an unfixed bug, please turn to our document concerning the bug database. And don't assume that "PROGRAM FILES" will always shorten to "PROGRA~1". posted 7 years ago Items on the classpath need to be compiled classes and/or jars, not source code Cheers, Martijn - Blog, Twitter, PCGen, Ikasan, My The Well-Grounded Java Developer book!,
Darin Swanson wrote: > Can you explain what you mean by "the ant editor doesn't open this > build-user.xml"? > > Darins > > "Srgjan Srepfler"
Is this a >>known issue about the ant editor that's being worked on? > > > Report message to a moderator Re: Ant build-user file [message #292790 is a The following directory will be used to store the Git user global configuration and to define the default location to store repositories: 'C:\Users\Rui Almeida'. If this is not correct please set the HOME environment variable and restart Eclipse. I started searching for that file and this is what I found http://www-01.ibm.com/support/docview.wss?uid=swg1PK07628 C:\Program Files\IBM\SDP70\runtimes\base_v61\profiles\AppSrv01\bin>ws_ant -buildfile C:\Project\ProjectWeb\src\build.xml runs fine.
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Debian Bug tracker #446438 URL: The information about this bug in Launchpad is automatically pulled daily from the remote bug. Martijn Verburg author Bartender Posts: 3275 5 I like... posted 7 years ago You're mixing your forward slashes and backwards slashes for a start.... How is your context root for your web app defined?
I am mighty pleased with myself or should I be since I took some time to get this up and running. https://coderanch.com/t/627052/questions-building-Ant-file-eclipse Cheers, Martijn - Blog, Twitter, PCGen, Ikasan, My The Well-Grounded Java Developer book!, My start-up. When I opened these files on eclipse editor, I see the following:Code: Select allCould not open the editor: Malformed \uxxxx encoding.I can open this just fine on notepad. Top aazzolini Team Member Posts: 159 Joined: Thu Oct 13, 2011 11:47 am Re: Issue Loading Ant Build Files Quote Postby aazzolini » Thu Jan 12, 2012 6:51 pm Hi Ricky,I
I dig deeper and found Bug 143416 in Eclipse. More about the author Any location. Cheers, Martijn - Blog, Twitter, PCGen, Ikasan, My The Well-Grounded Java Developer book!, My start-up. Returning parent resolver result [file:/builddir/build/BUILD/jersey-1.x-1.18.3/jersey-server/etc/xml.xsd]. [DEBUG] Resolving publicId [-//W3C//DTD XMLSCHEMA 200102//EN], systemId [http://www.w3.org/2001/XMLSchema.dtd].
arted.html. In order to see when the application has been deployed and started, the admin console needs to be used. If you have problems with the manual itself, you can submit a documentation bug report (see below) to help us improve the Ant documentation. http://popupjammer.com/eclipse-unable/eclipse-unable-to-get-project-for-the-run.html Peter Johnson author Bartender Posts: 5856 7 I like...
application.xml did not match build.xml in the ear names... Which areas of the doc were not working for you?Again, sorry for the difficulties and we would really like to hear about how we can improve. I focus on design and architecture of java enterprise applications with spring, hibernate or jee.
Subscribing... JBoss In Action Jay Abrahm Ranch Hand Posts: 183 posted 7 years ago I know this is a really delayed response. If the ground's normal force cancels gravity, how does a person keep rotating with the Earth? Martijn Verburg author Bartender Posts: 3275 5 I like...
Returning parent resolver result [null]. [DEBUG] Resolving publicId [datatypes], systemId [file:/builddir/build/BUILD/jersey-1.x-1.18.3/jersey-server/etc/datatypes.dtd]. I will move this to the ANT forum as most of your issues were related to that Happy coding! Peter Johnson author Bartender Posts: 5856 7 I like... news Returning parent resolver result [null]. [DEBUG] Resolving publicId [null], systemId [file:/builddir/build/BUILD/jersey-1.x-1.18.3/jersey-server/etc/wadl.xsd].
Build sequence for target(s) `build' is [build-subprojects, init, build-project, build] Complete build sequence is [build-subprojects, init, build-project, build, init-eclipse-compiler, clean, cleanall, build-refprojects, build-eclipse-compiler, ] build-subprojects: init: [copy] .classpath omitted as .classpath Which one should I place the generated ear in. Using java.util.ServiceLoader [INFO] Up-to-date check for source resources [[file:/builddir/build/BUILD/jersey-1.x-1.18.3/jersey-server/etc/catalog.xml, file:/builddir/build/BUILD/jersey-1.x-1.18.3/jersey-server/etc/xml.xsd, file:/builddir/build/BUILD/jersey-1.x-1.18.3/jersey-server/etc/wadl.xsd, file:/builddir/build/BUILD/jersey-1.x-1.18.3/jersey-server/pom.xml]] and taret resources []. [DEBUG] File [/builddir/build/BUILD/jersey-1.x-1.18.3/jersey-server/etc/catalog.xml] might have been changed since the last build. [DEBUG] File [/builddir/build/BUILD/jersey-1.x-1.18.3/jersey-server/etc/xml.xsd] might Using catalogs to resolve schema URI in strict mode is known to be problematic and may fail.
Thomas Smith (tgs-resc) wrote on 2007-11-16: #2 How did you change Eclipse's XML parser? Having Problems? at org.jvnet.mjiip.v_2_2.XJC22Mojo.loadModel(XJC22Mojo.java:55) at org.jvnet.mjiip.v_2_2.XJC22Mojo.doExecute(XJC22Mojo.java:40) at org.jvnet.mjiip.v_2_2.XJC22Mojo.doExecute(XJC22Mojo.java:28) at org.jvnet.jaxb2.maven2.RawXJC2Mojo.doExecute(RawXJC2Mojo.java:488) at org.jvnet.jaxb2.maven2.RawXJC2Mojo.execute(RawXJC2Mojo.java:311) at org.apache.maven.plugin.DefaultBuildPluginManager.executeMojo(DefaultBuildPluginManager.java:134) at org.apache.maven.lifecycle.internal.MojoExecutor.execute(MojoExecutor.java:208) ... 20 more [ERROR] [ERROR] [ERROR] For more information about the errors and possible solutions, please read I set it to Ignore and 'll see if it helps. :-) share|improve this answer answered Sep 22 '14 at 11:47 Andreas Dietrich 1,2031335 sorry ...
However the external targets > are not editable with the Ant editor (press second button and it doesn't > list the ant editor in the Open With list). > > > Which install instructions are inaccurate? I assume its hte WAS home that it's not resolving, this _may_ have something to do with the fact that you have a space in your CLASSPATH e.g. "c:/Program Files/..." Cheers, Try disabling the folding option for Ant editor by going: Windows -> Preferences -> Ant -> Editor -> Folding tab.
the appearance thing was indeed unrelated and I also got another message box again with the security warning opening some build file, but code-completion still works even after the error (which Any modifications will be overwritten. posted 7 years ago It's definitely brute force, but you EAR files must be differing somehow and if eyeballing it doesn't work then sometimes diff is the only answer Cheers, Martijn posted 2 years ago Also do Java developers find themselves hand coding the build file to customize something (for instance running JUnit test) after Eclipse has generated that very file?
So, when I drag and drop the file in the Ant view it said