Larry Mills-Gahl | 5 Mar 03:04 2015
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ERXExistsQualifier and compound keys in t0

Hello,

I’m having a bit of difficulty with an ERXExistsQualifier and I’m wondering if it isn’t related to a compound key in the first table. The goal is to find unique rows in patientrole that have related rows in the encounter table. That’s a job for the Exists qualifier… (right Aaron?)

The problem is that the last portion of the exists clause  (where the docs say: ...“ and t1.FIRST_TABLE_ID = t0.ID)” is selecting the wrong fields to make that join.

The two tables in question are:
patientrole (centerkey,patientkey,mrn)
encounter(centerkey, patientkey, etc…)

The qualifier code is:

        EOQualifier centerQ = DialysisTreatment.CENTERKEY.is(c.centerkey());
        EOQualifier rangeQ = new ERXAndQualifier(DialysisTreatment.START_TIME.after(start),
                DialysisTreatment.START_TIME.before(end));

        EOQualifier roleQ = new ERXExistsQualifier(new ERXAndQualifier(centerQ,
                rangeQ), PatientRole.DIALYSIS_TREATMENTS_KEY);

The SQL output from this is:

SELECT t0.centerKey, RTRIM(t0.mrn), t0.personKey 
FROM patientrole t0 
WHERE  EXISTS ( 
SELECT exists0.encounterKey 
FROM encounter exists0 
WHERE (exists0.centerKey = ? 
AND (exists0.startTime > ? AND exists0.startTime < ?)
AND exists0.centerKey = t0.personKey # THIS IS THE PROBLEM LINE

The SQL I’m looking for ends with :
AND exists0.centerKey = t0.centerKey


Am I on the right track or should I accomplish this through other means?



Larry Mills-Gahl






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Larry Mills-Gahl | 23 Jan 02:15 2015
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ERXMigration skipModelNames problem?

Hello,

I have an odd (non-default) setup where I remove a model from the default model group when my EO framework is loaded.

I’m working on some migrations for other models and am finding that that model ends up in the migration queue even though it is listed in er.migration.skipModelNames

I’m working through a couple of break points where ERXMigrator iterates through models and to get through a normal migration, I’m finding that I have to make the skipModelNames.contains() check in some additional places. 

I have a couple questions:

Has anybody else run across this issue?

Does anybody with more detailed knowledge of ERXMigrator see a problem with checking skipModelNames in _buildDependenciesForModel? It looks like that is the place where models are placed in the migrations map and it still works after I removed the other skipModelNames checks that I added in drilling through the stack traces. 

Any thoughts or comments or land mines to avoid?

Larry Mills-Gahl






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anon | 5 Jan 00:44 2015
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Re: Class Loader issue

I have everything working fine now. I decided to remove the WebObjects artifacts that were generated by maven. I assume that WoLisp/WebComponent compiler does not play well with maven dependencies. I use maven only outside of eclipse now.

Thank you everyone... :-D


On 04.01.2015 22:25, Chuck Hill wrote:
Good point, that check only looks for files, I never added the directory test.  Are the .class files in the target/classes directories with the proper package/folder structure?

Chuck


On 2015-01-04, 12:30 PM, "anon" wrote:

The three are folders. Are they supposed to be normal jar files? Or am I missing something?
                       
                         File jarFile = new File(jarPath);
                         output.append((jarFile.isFile() ? "    --> Exists\n" : "*** --> Does not Exist!\n"));



On 04.01.2015 21:16, Chuck Hill wrote:
The “Does not exist” might be a cause for concern?  :-)  It appears that where it is looking is not where the files are.


Classpath
/home/anon/git/wonder/Examples/Ajax/AjaxExample/target/AjaxExample-6.1.3-SNAPSHOT.woa/Contents/Resources
*** --> Does not Exist!
/home/anon/git/wonder/Examples/Ajax/AjaxExample/target/AjaxExample-6.1.3-SNAPSHOT.woa/Contents/WebServerResources
*** --> Does not Exist!
/home/anon/git/wonder/Frameworks/Ajax/Ajax/target/Ajax.framework/Resources
*** --> Does not Exist!
/home/anon/git/wonder/Frameworks/Ajax/Ajax/target/Ajax.framework/WebServerResources
*** --> Does not Exist!
/home/anon/git/wonder/Frameworks/Ajax/Ajax/target/classes
*** --> Does not Exist!
/home/anon/git/wonder/Examples/Ajax/AjaxExample/target/test-classes
*** --> Does not Exist!
/home/anon/git/wonder/Examples/Ajax/AjaxExample/target/classes
*** --> Does not Exist!

On 2015-01-04, 11:50 AM, "anon" wrote:

Classpath
/home/anon/git/wonder/Frameworks/Core/ERExtensions/build/ERExtensions.framework/Resources/Java
*** --> Does not Exist!
/home/anon/git/wonder/Examples/Ajax/AjaxExample/target/AjaxExample-6.1.3-SNAPSHOT.woa/Contents/Resources
*** --> Does not Exist!
/home/anon/git/wonder/Examples/Ajax/AjaxExample/target/AjaxExample-6.1.3-SNAPSHOT.woa/Contents/WebServerResources
*** --> Does not Exist!
/home/anon/git/wonder/Frameworks/Ajax/Ajax/target/Ajax.framework/Resources
*** --> Does not Exist!
/home/anon/git/wonder/Frameworks/Ajax/Ajax/target/Ajax.framework/WebServerResources
*** --> Does not Exist!
/home/anon/git/wonder/Frameworks/Ajax/Ajax/target/classes
*** --> Does not Exist!
/home/anon/.m2/repository/wonder/core/ERFoundation/1.0/ERFoundation-1.0.jar
    --> Exists
/home/anon/.m2/repository/wonder/core/ERWebObjects/1.0/ERWebObjects-1.0.jar
    --> Exists
/home/anon/git/wonder/Frameworks/Core/JavaWOExtensions/target/JavaWOExtensions.framework/Resources
*** --> Does not Exist!
/home/anon/git/wonder/Frameworks/Core/JavaWOExtensions/target/JavaWOExtensions.framework/WebServerResources
*** --> Does not Exist!
/home/anon/git/wonder/Frameworks/Core/JavaWOExtensions/target/classes
*** --> Does not Exist!
/home/anon/.m2/repository/com/webobjects/JavaFoundation/5.4.3/JavaFoundation-5.4.3.jar
    --> Exists
/home/anon/.m2/repository/com/webobjects/JavaWebObjects/5.4.3/JavaWebObjects-5.4.3.jar
    --> Exists
/home/anon/.m2/repository/com/webobjects/JavaXML/5.4.3/JavaXML-5.4.3.jar
    --> Exists
/home/anon/.m2/repository/com/webobjects/JavaEOControl/5.4.3/JavaEOControl-5.4.3.jar
    --> Exists
/home/anon/.m2/repository/com/webobjects/JavaEOAccess/5.4.3/JavaEOAccess-5.4.3.jar
    --> Exists
/home/anon/.m2/repository/com/webobjects/JavaJDBCAdaptor/5.4.3/JavaJDBCAdaptor-5.4.3.jar
    --> Exists
/home/anon/.m2/repository/com/webobjects/JavaWOJSPServlet/5.4.3/JavaWOJSPServlet-5.4.3.jar
    --> Exists
/home/anon/.m2/repository/com/webobjects/JavaWebServicesSupport/5.4.3/JavaWebServicesSupport-5.4.3.jar
    --> Exists
/home/anon/.m2/repository/com/ibm/icu/icu4j/3.8/icu4j-3.8.jar
    --> Exists
/home/anon/.m2/repository/log4j/log4j/1.2.14/log4j-1.2.14.jar
    --> Exists
/home/anon/.m2/repository/org/slf4j/slf4j-api/1.7.5/slf4j-api-1.7.5.jar
    --> Exists
/home/anon/.m2/repository/joda-time/joda-time/2.3/joda-time-2.3.jar
    --> Exists
/home/anon/.m2/repository/org/apache/httpcomponents/httpclient/4.3.1/httpclient-4.3.1.jar
    --> Exists
/home/anon/.m2/repository/org/apache/httpcomponents/httpcore/4.3/httpcore-4.3.jar
    --> Exists
/home/anon/.m2/repository/commons-logging/commons-logging/1.1.3/commons-logging-1.1.3.jar
    --> Exists
/home/anon/.m2/repository/commons-codec/commons-codec/1.6/commons-codec-1.6.jar
    --> Exists
/home/anon/.m2/repository/commons-lang/commons-lang/2.6/commons-lang-2.6.jar
    --> Exists
/home/anon/.m2/repository/junit/junit/4.8.1/junit-4.8.1.jar
    --> Exists
/home/anon/.m2/repository/com/google/code/jabsorb/1.2.2/jabsorb-1.2.2.jar
    --> Exists
/home/anon/git/wonder/Examples/Ajax/AjaxExample/target/test-classes
*** --> Does not Exist!
/home/anon/git/wonder/Examples/Ajax/AjaxExample/target/classes
*** --> Does not Exist!
/home/anon/.m2/repository/org/slf4j/slf4j-log4j12/1.7.5/slf4j-log4j12-1.7.5.jar
    --> Exists


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anon | 4 Jan 22:57 2015
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Re: Class Loader issue

As you can see, they are...

/home/anon/git/wonder/Frameworks/Ajax/Ajax/target/classes/
├── com
│   └── webobjects
│       └── appserver
│           └── AjaxProtectedAccessor.class
├── er
│   └── ajax
│       ├── AjaxAccordion.class
│       ├── AjaxAccordionTab.class
│       ├── AjaxAutoComplete.class
│       ├── AjaxBehaviour.class
│       ├── AjaxBusyIndicator.class
│       ├── AjaxBusySpinner.class
│       ├── Ajax.class
│       ├── AjaxComponent.class
│       ├── AjaxConstantOption.class
│       ├── AjaxDatePicker.class
│       ├── AjaxDefaultSubmitButton.class
│       ├── AjaxDraggable.class
│       ├── AjaxDroppable.class
│       ├── AjaxDynamicElement.class
│       ├── AjaxExpansion.class
│       ├── AjaxFileUpload.class
│       ├── AjaxFileUploadRequestHandler.class
│       ├── AjaxFlexibleFileUpload.class
│       ├── AjaxFlexibleFileUpload$Keys.class
│       ├── AjaxFlexibleFileUpload$UploadState.class
│       ├── AjaxFlickrBatchNavigation.class
│       ├── AjaxFunctionButton.class
│       ├── AjaxFunctionLink.class
│       ├── AjaxGMap.class
│       ├── AjaxGMarker.class
│       ├── AjaxGrid.class
│       ├── AjaxGridNavBar.class
│       ├── AjaxHighlight.class
│       ├── AjaxHighlight$HighlightMetadata.class
│       ├── AjaxHoverable.class
│       ├── AjaxHyperlink.class
│       ├── AjaxIBoxComponentContent.class
│       ├── AjaxIncludeScript.class
│       ├── AjaxInPlace.class
│       ├── AjaxInPlaceEditor.class
│       ├── AjaxInPlaceEditTemplate.class
│       ├── AjaxInPlaceViewTemplate.class
│       ├── AjaxLongResponse.class
│       ├── AjaxModalContainer.class
│       ├── AjaxModalDialog.class
│       ├── AjaxModalDialogOpener.class
│       ├── AjaxObserveField.class
│       ├── AjaxOption.class
│       ├── AjaxOptions.class
│       ├── AjaxOption$Type.class
│       ├── AjaxPing.class
│       ├── AjaxPingUpdate.class
│       ├── AjaxProgressBar.class
│       ├── AjaxProgress.class
│       ├── AjaxProxy.class
│       ├── AjaxPushRequestHandler.class
│       ├── AjaxRemoteLogging.class
│       ├── AjaxRemoteLogging$Log.class
│       ├── AjaxRequestHandler.class
│       ├── AjaxResetButton.class
│       ├── AjaxResponse$AjaxResponseDelegate.class
│       ├── AjaxResponseAppender.class
│       ├── AjaxResponse.class
│       ├── AjaxRoundEffect.class
│       ├── AjaxSelectionList.class
│       ├── AjaxSessionPing$Action.class
│       ├── AjaxSessionPing.class
│       ├── AjaxSlider.class
│       ├── AjaxSocialNetwork$Ask.class
│       ├── AjaxSocialNetwork.class
│       ├── AjaxSocialNetwork$Delicious.class
│       ├── AjaxSocialNetwork$Digg.class
│       ├── AjaxSocialNetwork$Facebook.class
│       ├── AjaxSocialNetwork$Furl.class
│       ├── AjaxSocialNetwork$Google.class
│       ├── AjaxSocialNetworkLink.class
│       ├── AjaxSocialNetwork$Magnolia.class
│       ├── AjaxSocialNetwork$Netscape.class
│       ├── AjaxSocialNetwork$Newsvine.class
│       ├── AjaxSocialNetwork$Ning.class
│       ├── AjaxSocialNetwork$Rawsugar.class
│       ├── AjaxSocialNetwork$Reddit.class
│       ├── AjaxSocialNetwork$Spurl.class
│       ├── AjaxSocialNetwork$Squidoo.class
│       ├── AjaxSocialNetwork$StumbleUpon.class
│       ├── AjaxSocialNetwork$Tagtooga.class
│       ├── AjaxSocialNetwork$Technorati.class
│       ├── AjaxSocialNetwork$WindowsLive.class
│       ├── AjaxSocialNetwork$YahooMyWeb.class
│       ├── AjaxSortableList.class
│       ├── AjaxSortOrder.class
│       ├── AjaxSubmitButton.class
│       ├── AjaxTabbedPanel.class
│       ├── AjaxTabbedPanelTab.class
│       ├── AjaxTextHinter.class
│       ├── AjaxToggleLink.class
│       ├── AjaxTree.class
│       ├── AjaxTreeModel.class
│       ├── AjaxTreeModel$Delegate.class
│       ├── AjaxTreeModel$DepthFirstEnumeration.class
│       ├── AjaxTreeModel$WrapperNode.class
│       ├── AjaxUpdateContainer.class
│       ├── AjaxUpdateLink.class
│       ├── AjaxUpdateTrigger.class
│       ├── AjaxUploadProgress.class
│       ├── AjaxUploadProgress$Delegate.class
│       ├── AjaxUtils.class
│       ├── AjaxValue.class
│       ├── FocusText.class
│       ├── FocusTextField.class
│       ├── IAjaxElement.class
│       └── json
│           ├── client
│           │   ├── AjaxJSONClient.class
│           │   ├── AjaxStatelessJSONClient.class
│           │   ├── IJSONEnterpriseObject.class
│           │   ├── JavaJSONClient.class
│           │   └── JSONEnterpriseObject.class
│           ├── JSONBridge.class
│           ├── JSONComponent.class
│           ├── JSONRequestHandler.class
│           ├── JSONRequestHandler$JSONComponentCallback.class
│           ├── JSONRequestHandler$LRUMap.class
│           ├── localarg
│           │   ├── JSONRPCBridgeWOSessionArgResolver.class
│           │   ├── WOContextArgResolver.class
│           │   ├── WORequestArgResolver.class
│           │   ├── WOResponseArgResolver.class
│           │   └── WOSessionArgResolver.class
│           └── serializer
│               ├── EOEnterpriseObjectSerializer.class
│               ├── EOEnterpriseObjectSerializer$EOEditingContextFactory.class
│               ├── EOEnterpriseObjectSerializer$ERXECEditingContextFactory.class
│               ├── EOEnterpriseObjectSerializer$SadEditingContextFactory.class
│               ├── ERXBeanSerializer$BeanData.class
│               ├── ERXBeanSerializer.class
│               ├── ERXConstantSerializer.class
│               ├── JSONEnterpriseObjectSerializer.class
│               ├── NSArraySerializer.class
│               ├── NSDataSerializer.class
│               ├── NSDictionarySerializer.class
│               ├── NSSetSerializer.class
│               └── NSTimestampSerializer.class
└── org
    └── jabsorb
        ├── JSONRPCBridge$1.class
        ├── JSONRPCBridge.class
        ├── JSONRPCBridge$MethodCandidate.class
        ├── JSONRPCBridge$ObjectInstance.class
        └── localarg
            └── LocalArgController.class
On 04.01.2015 22:25, Chuck Hill wrote:
Good point, that check only looks for files, I never added the directory test.  Are the .class files in the target/classes directories with the proper package/folder structure?

Chuck


On 2015-01-04, 12:30 PM, "anon" wrote:

The three are folders. Are they supposed to be normal jar files? Or am I missing something?
                       
                         File jarFile = new File(jarPath);
                         output.append((jarFile.isFile() ? "    --> Exists\n" : "*** --> Does not Exist!\n"));



On 04.01.2015 21:16, Chuck Hill wrote:
The “Does not exist” might be a cause for concern?  :-)  It appears that where it is looking is not where the files are.


Classpath
/home/anon/git/wonder/Examples/Ajax/AjaxExample/target/AjaxExample-6.1.3-SNAPSHOT.woa/Contents/Resources
*** --> Does not Exist!
/home/anon/git/wonder/Examples/Ajax/AjaxExample/target/AjaxExample-6.1.3-SNAPSHOT.woa/Contents/WebServerResources
*** --> Does not Exist!
/home/anon/git/wonder/Frameworks/Ajax/Ajax/target/Ajax.framework/Resources
*** --> Does not Exist!
/home/anon/git/wonder/Frameworks/Ajax/Ajax/target/Ajax.framework/WebServerResources
*** --> Does not Exist!
/home/anon/git/wonder/Frameworks/Ajax/Ajax/target/classes
*** --> Does not Exist!
/home/anon/git/wonder/Examples/Ajax/AjaxExample/target/test-classes
*** --> Does not Exist!
/home/anon/git/wonder/Examples/Ajax/AjaxExample/target/classes
*** --> Does not Exist!

On 2015-01-04, 11:50 AM, "anon" wrote:

Classpath
/home/anon/git/wonder/Frameworks/Core/ERExtensions/build/ERExtensions.framework/Resources/Java
*** --> Does not Exist!
/home/anon/git/wonder/Examples/Ajax/AjaxExample/target/AjaxExample-6.1.3-SNAPSHOT.woa/Contents/Resources
*** --> Does not Exist!
/home/anon/git/wonder/Examples/Ajax/AjaxExample/target/AjaxExample-6.1.3-SNAPSHOT.woa/Contents/WebServerResources
*** --> Does not Exist!
/home/anon/git/wonder/Frameworks/Ajax/Ajax/target/Ajax.framework/Resources
*** --> Does not Exist!
/home/anon/git/wonder/Frameworks/Ajax/Ajax/target/Ajax.framework/WebServerResources
*** --> Does not Exist!
/home/anon/git/wonder/Frameworks/Ajax/Ajax/target/classes
*** --> Does not Exist!
/home/anon/.m2/repository/wonder/core/ERFoundation/1.0/ERFoundation-1.0.jar
    --> Exists
/home/anon/.m2/repository/wonder/core/ERWebObjects/1.0/ERWebObjects-1.0.jar
    --> Exists
/home/anon/git/wonder/Frameworks/Core/JavaWOExtensions/target/JavaWOExtensions.framework/Resources
*** --> Does not Exist!
/home/anon/git/wonder/Frameworks/Core/JavaWOExtensions/target/JavaWOExtensions.framework/WebServerResources
*** --> Does not Exist!
/home/anon/git/wonder/Frameworks/Core/JavaWOExtensions/target/classes
*** --> Does not Exist!
/home/anon/.m2/repository/com/webobjects/JavaFoundation/5.4.3/JavaFoundation-5.4.3.jar
    --> Exists
/home/anon/.m2/repository/com/webobjects/JavaWebObjects/5.4.3/JavaWebObjects-5.4.3.jar
    --> Exists
/home/anon/.m2/repository/com/webobjects/JavaXML/5.4.3/JavaXML-5.4.3.jar
    --> Exists
/home/anon/.m2/repository/com/webobjects/JavaEOControl/5.4.3/JavaEOControl-5.4.3.jar
    --> Exists
/home/anon/.m2/repository/com/webobjects/JavaEOAccess/5.4.3/JavaEOAccess-5.4.3.jar
    --> Exists
/home/anon/.m2/repository/com/webobjects/JavaJDBCAdaptor/5.4.3/JavaJDBCAdaptor-5.4.3.jar
    --> Exists
/home/anon/.m2/repository/com/webobjects/JavaWOJSPServlet/5.4.3/JavaWOJSPServlet-5.4.3.jar
    --> Exists
/home/anon/.m2/repository/com/webobjects/JavaWebServicesSupport/5.4.3/JavaWebServicesSupport-5.4.3.jar
    --> Exists
/home/anon/.m2/repository/com/ibm/icu/icu4j/3.8/icu4j-3.8.jar
    --> Exists
/home/anon/.m2/repository/log4j/log4j/1.2.14/log4j-1.2.14.jar
    --> Exists
/home/anon/.m2/repository/org/slf4j/slf4j-api/1.7.5/slf4j-api-1.7.5.jar
    --> Exists
/home/anon/.m2/repository/joda-time/joda-time/2.3/joda-time-2.3.jar
    --> Exists
/home/anon/.m2/repository/org/apache/httpcomponents/httpclient/4.3.1/httpclient-4.3.1.jar
    --> Exists
/home/anon/.m2/repository/org/apache/httpcomponents/httpcore/4.3/httpcore-4.3.jar
    --> Exists
/home/anon/.m2/repository/commons-logging/commons-logging/1.1.3/commons-logging-1.1.3.jar
    --> Exists
/home/anon/.m2/repository/commons-codec/commons-codec/1.6/commons-codec-1.6.jar
    --> Exists
/home/anon/.m2/repository/commons-lang/commons-lang/2.6/commons-lang-2.6.jar
    --> Exists
/home/anon/.m2/repository/junit/junit/4.8.1/junit-4.8.1.jar
    --> Exists
/home/anon/.m2/repository/com/google/code/jabsorb/1.2.2/jabsorb-1.2.2.jar
    --> Exists
/home/anon/git/wonder/Examples/Ajax/AjaxExample/target/test-classes
*** --> Does not Exist!
/home/anon/git/wonder/Examples/Ajax/AjaxExample/target/classes
*** --> Does not Exist!
/home/anon/.m2/repository/org/slf4j/slf4j-log4j12/1.7.5/slf4j-log4j12-1.7.5.jar
    --> Exists


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anon | 4 Jan 21:30 2015
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Re: Class Loader issue

The three are folders. Are they supposed to be normal jar files? Or am I missing something?
                       
                         File jarFile = new File(jarPath);
                         output.append((jarFile.isFile() ? "    --> Exists\n" : "*** --> Does not Exist!\n"));



On 04.01.2015 21:16, Chuck Hill wrote:
The “Does not exist” might be a cause for concern?  :-)  It appears that where it is looking is not where the files are.


Classpath
/home/anon/git/wonder/Examples/Ajax/AjaxExample/target/AjaxExample-6.1.3-SNAPSHOT.woa/Contents/Resources
*** --> Does not Exist!
/home/anon/git/wonder/Examples/Ajax/AjaxExample/target/AjaxExample-6.1.3-SNAPSHOT.woa/Contents/WebServerResources
*** --> Does not Exist!
/home/anon/git/wonder/Frameworks/Ajax/Ajax/target/Ajax.framework/Resources
*** --> Does not Exist!
/home/anon/git/wonder/Frameworks/Ajax/Ajax/target/Ajax.framework/WebServerResources
*** --> Does not Exist!
/home/anon/git/wonder/Frameworks/Ajax/Ajax/target/classes
*** --> Does not Exist!
/home/anon/git/wonder/Examples/Ajax/AjaxExample/target/test-classes
*** --> Does not Exist!
/home/anon/git/wonder/Examples/Ajax/AjaxExample/target/classes
*** --> Does not Exist!

On 2015-01-04, 11:50 AM, "anon" wrote:

Classpath
/home/anon/git/wonder/Frameworks/Core/ERExtensions/build/ERExtensions.framework/Resources/Java
*** --> Does not Exist!
/home/anon/git/wonder/Examples/Ajax/AjaxExample/target/AjaxExample-6.1.3-SNAPSHOT.woa/Contents/Resources
*** --> Does not Exist!
/home/anon/git/wonder/Examples/Ajax/AjaxExample/target/AjaxExample-6.1.3-SNAPSHOT.woa/Contents/WebServerResources
*** --> Does not Exist!
/home/anon/git/wonder/Frameworks/Ajax/Ajax/target/Ajax.framework/Resources
*** --> Does not Exist!
/home/anon/git/wonder/Frameworks/Ajax/Ajax/target/Ajax.framework/WebServerResources
*** --> Does not Exist!
/home/anon/git/wonder/Frameworks/Ajax/Ajax/target/classes
*** --> Does not Exist!
/home/anon/.m2/repository/wonder/core/ERFoundation/1.0/ERFoundation-1.0.jar
    --> Exists
/home/anon/.m2/repository/wonder/core/ERWebObjects/1.0/ERWebObjects-1.0.jar
    --> Exists
/home/anon/git/wonder/Frameworks/Core/JavaWOExtensions/target/JavaWOExtensions.framework/Resources
*** --> Does not Exist!
/home/anon/git/wonder/Frameworks/Core/JavaWOExtensions/target/JavaWOExtensions.framework/WebServerResources
*** --> Does not Exist!
/home/anon/git/wonder/Frameworks/Core/JavaWOExtensions/target/classes
*** --> Does not Exist!
/home/anon/.m2/repository/com/webobjects/JavaFoundation/5.4.3/JavaFoundation-5.4.3.jar
    --> Exists
/home/anon/.m2/repository/com/webobjects/JavaWebObjects/5.4.3/JavaWebObjects-5.4.3.jar
    --> Exists
/home/anon/.m2/repository/com/webobjects/JavaXML/5.4.3/JavaXML-5.4.3.jar
    --> Exists
/home/anon/.m2/repository/com/webobjects/JavaEOControl/5.4.3/JavaEOControl-5.4.3.jar
    --> Exists
/home/anon/.m2/repository/com/webobjects/JavaEOAccess/5.4.3/JavaEOAccess-5.4.3.jar
    --> Exists
/home/anon/.m2/repository/com/webobjects/JavaJDBCAdaptor/5.4.3/JavaJDBCAdaptor-5.4.3.jar
    --> Exists
/home/anon/.m2/repository/com/webobjects/JavaWOJSPServlet/5.4.3/JavaWOJSPServlet-5.4.3.jar
    --> Exists
/home/anon/.m2/repository/com/webobjects/JavaWebServicesSupport/5.4.3/JavaWebServicesSupport-5.4.3.jar
    --> Exists
/home/anon/.m2/repository/com/ibm/icu/icu4j/3.8/icu4j-3.8.jar
    --> Exists
/home/anon/.m2/repository/log4j/log4j/1.2.14/log4j-1.2.14.jar
    --> Exists
/home/anon/.m2/repository/org/slf4j/slf4j-api/1.7.5/slf4j-api-1.7.5.jar
    --> Exists
/home/anon/.m2/repository/joda-time/joda-time/2.3/joda-time-2.3.jar
    --> Exists
/home/anon/.m2/repository/org/apache/httpcomponents/httpclient/4.3.1/httpclient-4.3.1.jar
    --> Exists
/home/anon/.m2/repository/org/apache/httpcomponents/httpcore/4.3/httpcore-4.3.jar
    --> Exists
/home/anon/.m2/repository/commons-logging/commons-logging/1.1.3/commons-logging-1.1.3.jar
    --> Exists
/home/anon/.m2/repository/commons-codec/commons-codec/1.6/commons-codec-1.6.jar
    --> Exists
/home/anon/.m2/repository/commons-lang/commons-lang/2.6/commons-lang-2.6.jar
    --> Exists
/home/anon/.m2/repository/junit/junit/4.8.1/junit-4.8.1.jar
    --> Exists
/home/anon/.m2/repository/com/google/code/jabsorb/1.2.2/jabsorb-1.2.2.jar
    --> Exists
/home/anon/git/wonder/Examples/Ajax/AjaxExample/target/test-classes
*** --> Does not Exist!
/home/anon/git/wonder/Examples/Ajax/AjaxExample/target/classes
*** --> Does not Exist!
/home/anon/.m2/repository/org/slf4j/slf4j-log4j12/1.7.5/slf4j-log4j12-1.7.5.jar
    --> Exists

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Re: Class Loader issue

This is the output; as you can see, the Ajax framework is included.

Classpath
/home/anon/git/wonder/Frameworks/Core/ERExtensions/build/ERExtensions.framework/Resources/Java
*** --> Does not Exist!
/home/anon/git/wonder/Examples/Ajax/AjaxExample/target/AjaxExample-6.1.3-SNAPSHOT.woa/Contents/Resources
*** --> Does not Exist!
/home/anon/git/wonder/Examples/Ajax/AjaxExample/target/AjaxExample-6.1.3-SNAPSHOT.woa/Contents/WebServerResources
*** --> Does not Exist!
/home/anon/git/wonder/Frameworks/Ajax/Ajax/target/Ajax.framework/Resources
*** --> Does not Exist!
/home/anon/git/wonder/Frameworks/Ajax/Ajax/target/Ajax.framework/WebServerResources
*** --> Does not Exist!
/home/anon/git/wonder/Frameworks/Ajax/Ajax/target/classes
*** --> Does not Exist!
/home/anon/.m2/repository/wonder/core/ERFoundation/1.0/ERFoundation-1.0.jar
    --> Exists
/home/anon/.m2/repository/wonder/core/ERWebObjects/1.0/ERWebObjects-1.0.jar
    --> Exists
/home/anon/git/wonder/Frameworks/Core/JavaWOExtensions/target/JavaWOExtensions.framework/Resources
*** --> Does not Exist!
/home/anon/git/wonder/Frameworks/Core/JavaWOExtensions/target/JavaWOExtensions.framework/WebServerResources
*** --> Does not Exist!
/home/anon/git/wonder/Frameworks/Core/JavaWOExtensions/target/classes
*** --> Does not Exist!
/home/anon/.m2/repository/com/webobjects/JavaFoundation/5.4.3/JavaFoundation-5.4.3.jar
    --> Exists
/home/anon/.m2/repository/com/webobjects/JavaWebObjects/5.4.3/JavaWebObjects-5.4.3.jar
    --> Exists
/home/anon/.m2/repository/com/webobjects/JavaXML/5.4.3/JavaXML-5.4.3.jar
    --> Exists
/home/anon/.m2/repository/com/webobjects/JavaEOControl/5.4.3/JavaEOControl-5.4.3.jar
    --> Exists
/home/anon/.m2/repository/com/webobjects/JavaEOAccess/5.4.3/JavaEOAccess-5.4.3.jar
    --> Exists
/home/anon/.m2/repository/com/webobjects/JavaJDBCAdaptor/5.4.3/JavaJDBCAdaptor-5.4.3.jar
    --> Exists
/home/anon/.m2/repository/com/webobjects/JavaWOJSPServlet/5.4.3/JavaWOJSPServlet-5.4.3.jar
    --> Exists
/home/anon/.m2/repository/com/webobjects/JavaWebServicesSupport/5.4.3/JavaWebServicesSupport-5.4.3.jar
    --> Exists
/home/anon/.m2/repository/com/ibm/icu/icu4j/3.8/icu4j-3.8.jar
    --> Exists
/home/anon/.m2/repository/log4j/log4j/1.2.14/log4j-1.2.14.jar
    --> Exists
/home/anon/.m2/repository/org/slf4j/slf4j-api/1.7.5/slf4j-api-1.7.5.jar
    --> Exists
/home/anon/.m2/repository/joda-time/joda-time/2.3/joda-time-2.3.jar
    --> Exists
/home/anon/.m2/repository/org/apache/httpcomponents/httpclient/4.3.1/httpclient-4.3.1.jar
    --> Exists
/home/anon/.m2/repository/org/apache/httpcomponents/httpcore/4.3/httpcore-4.3.jar
    --> Exists
/home/anon/.m2/repository/commons-logging/commons-logging/1.1.3/commons-logging-1.1.3.jar
    --> Exists
/home/anon/.m2/repository/commons-codec/commons-codec/1.6/commons-codec-1.6.jar
    --> Exists
/home/anon/.m2/repository/commons-lang/commons-lang/2.6/commons-lang-2.6.jar
    --> Exists
/home/anon/.m2/repository/junit/junit/4.8.1/junit-4.8.1.jar
    --> Exists
/home/anon/.m2/repository/com/google/code/jabsorb/1.2.2/jabsorb-1.2.2.jar
    --> Exists
/home/anon/git/wonder/Examples/Ajax/AjaxExample/target/test-classes
*** --> Does not Exist!
/home/anon/git/wonder/Examples/Ajax/AjaxExample/target/classes
*** --> Does not Exist!
/home/anon/.m2/repository/org/slf4j/slf4j-log4j12/1.7.5/slf4j-log4j12-1.7.5.jar
    --> Exists



On 04.01.2015 20:15, Chuck Hill wrote:
Try logging out the class path to see what is really being used.  You can use this bit of code to log the properties too:

    static public String dumpJVMConfiguration()

    {

        StringBuffer output = new StringBuffer("\nSystem Properties Follow....\n");


        Properties systemProperties = System.getProperties();

        Enumeration propertyNames = systemProperties.propertyNames();

        while (propertyNames.hasMoreElements())

        {

            String propertyName = (String) propertyNames.nextElement();

            if (propertyName.equals("java.class.path") || propertyName.equals("com.webobjects.classpath"))

            {

                output.append("Classpath\n");

                String pathSeparator = systemProperties.getProperty("path.separator");


                NSArray classPathComponents = NSArray.componentsSeparatedByString(systemProperties.getProperty(propertyName),

                                                                                  pathSeparator);

                Enumeration classpathEnumeration = classPathComponents.objectEnumerator();

                while (classpathEnumeration.hasMoreElements())

                {

                    String jarPath = (String) classpathEnumeration.nextElement();

                    output.append(jarPath + "\n");

                    try

                    {

                        File jarFile = new File(jarPath);

                        output.append((jarFile.isFile() ? "    --> Exists\n" : "*** --> Does not Exist!\n"));

                    }

                    catch (Throwable t)

                    {

                        output.append("Exception validating classpath: " + t + "\n");

                    }

                }

            }

            else

            {

                output.append(propertyName + " = " + systemProperties.getProperty(propertyName) + "\n");

            }

        }


        return output.toString();

    }




On 2015-01-04, 6:02 AM, "anon" wrote:

I am on Ubuntu. The only thing missing is the Apple Developper Doc. But still, I am starting the application in eclipse with "run as WOApplication". I believe it should be looking for resources and classes locally.



On 04.01.2015 11:10, Amedeo Mantica wrote:
Hi,

Are u developing on Mac or Ubuntu ?

How did u set wolips.properties ?



Amedeo


On 04/gen/2015, at 03:04, anon <akemerofako <at> hotmail.de> wrote:

I am getting this exception when I test the AjaxExample; I can tell for sure that all the classes and component have been generated/compiled but at runtime, they can't be found by the application when I click on a link.
=-O


WARN  02:46:29 (NSLog               :44):  WOBundle.lookForClassInAllBundles(AjaxUpdateLink) failed!
WARN  02:46:29 (NSLog               :44):  <er.extensions.appserver.ERXComponentRequestHandler>: Exception occurred while handling request:
com.webobjects.foundation.NSForwardException [java.lang.ClassNotFoundException] Cannot find class or component named AjaxUpdateLink in runtime or in a loadable bundle:<com.webobjects.appserver._private.WOComponentDefinition: Error parsing template for Component : 'file:/home/anon/git/wonder/Examples/Ajax/AjaxExample/Components/HelloAjaxWorld.wo':
java.lang.ClassNotFoundException: Cannot find class or component named AjaxUpdateLink in runtime or in a loadable bundle
[2015-1-4 2:46:29 CET] <WorkerThread2> com.webobjects.foundation.NSForwardException [java.lang.ClassNotFoundException] Cannot find class or component named AjaxUpdateLink in runtime or in a loadable bundle:<com.webobjects.appserver._private.WOComponentDefinition: Error parsing template for Component : 'file:/home/anon/git/wonder/Examples/Ajax/AjaxExample/Components/HelloAjaxWorld.wo':
java.lang.ClassNotFoundException: Cannot find class or component named AjaxUpdateLink in runtime or in a loadable bundle
    at com.webobjects.appserver._private.WOComponentDefinition.template(WOComponentDefinition.java:375)
    at com.webobjects.appserver.WOComponent.template(WOComponent.java:499)
    at com.webobjects.appserver.WOComponent.appendToResponse(WOComponent.java:1112)
    at HelloAjaxWorld.appendToResponse(HelloAjaxWorld.java:21)
    at com.webobjects.appserver.WOSession.appendToResponse(WOSession.java:1385)
    at er.extensions.appserver.ERXSession.appendToResponse(ERXSession.java:571)
    at com.webobjects.appserver.WOApplication.appendToResponse(WOApplication.java:1794)
    at er.extensions.appserver.ERXApplication.appendToResponse(ERXApplication.java:2023)



On 04.01.2015 02:35, anon wrote:
I have just found the problem.
The ERMovies and the ERExtensions do have a  build.xml symlinking -> ../../../Build/build/build.xml. Somehow eclipse was complaining about the structure of the xml "Content is not allowed in prolog" and the ant error was keeping the depending projects from compiling correctly. I could not get eclipse to ignore errors in those specifics ant files and I just deleted them.
Now I can get the classes to be generated ...:-)

On 04.01.2015 02:19, Paul Yu wrote:
Did you load WOLips plugin?

Sent from my iPhone
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On Jan 3, 2015, at 7:20 PM, anon <akemerofako <at> hotmail.de> wrote:

The only eclipse version that was able to work with wonder latest is the
version that I have installed using the ubuntu package manager (sudo
apt-get install eclipse). It did install eclipse 3.8.1.
Now I am "almost" there but there is a weird thing happening with my
eclipse not being able to load the main application class. I get the
error: "Error: Could not find or load main class
er.ajax.example2.Application". I figure that the compiler can't seem to
be able to generate the class files in the output
folder("target/classes") and I still have not found out the reason.
Any idea?

On 03.01.2015 21:15, Ricardo Rolon wrote:
Hi Anon,

Welcome back !

What I know, the WOLips version is linked with the Eclipse version,
that is, if you're using WOLips version 3.7 you must use Eclipse version 3.7

I believe the latest stable WOLips version at this point is 3.7.

Could you install Eclipse version 3.7 in Ubuntu?

- Ricardo

On 2015-01-03, at 1:02 PM, anon wrote:

Hello Wonderful list,
I left Webobjects 6 years ago and am back again after I have been
disenchanted with what is going on out there. Now I would like to have
Ubuntu, eclipse( the version 3.8.1 shipped with Ubuntu14.04) and maven
play nice alongside Webobjects. I have been trying for 4 hours to no
avail. Here are my issues:
- WOLips doesnt work with any version of eclipse which has been
installed manually on ubuntu (The WOComponent editor cannot open) .
Tried many different things from googling (firefox library linking,
different versions of firefox + eclipse installed)... not working :-(

- Since I am stuck with the version of eclipse that is shipped with
ubuntu, there is no maven plugin for that old version and I have to use
the maven goal eclipse:eclipse to generate the classpath, and it works.
yeah :-)

- Eclipse still cannot resolve the classpath of my maven-generated
$M2_REPO/classes and is still showing error all over the place, which
means that I cannot start the WOApplication. I suspect that the WOLisp
compiler does not pick up the $M2_REPO classpath... sad. :-(

Is there anyone out there that is stuck with Ubuntu 14.04 and was able
to have maven, wolisp and eclipse3.8.1 to work nicely? Or may be to have
a newer version of eclipse working with wolisp without having to link to
some firefox external library?

Thanks.

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Class Loader issue

I am getting this exception when I test the AjaxExample; I can tell for sure that all the classes and component have been generated/compiled but at runtime, they can't be found by the application when I click on a link.
=-O


WARN  02:46:29 (NSLog               :44):  WOBundle.lookForClassInAllBundles(AjaxUpdateLink) failed!
WARN  02:46:29 (NSLog               :44):  <er.extensions.appserver.ERXComponentRequestHandler>: Exception occurred while handling request:
com.webobjects.foundation.NSForwardException [java.lang.ClassNotFoundException] Cannot find class or component named AjaxUpdateLink in runtime or in a loadable bundle:<com.webobjects.appserver._private.WOComponentDefinition: Error parsing template for Component : 'file:/home/anon/git/wonder/Examples/Ajax/AjaxExample/Components/HelloAjaxWorld.wo':
java.lang.ClassNotFoundException: Cannot find class or component named AjaxUpdateLink in runtime or in a loadable bundle
[2015-1-4 2:46:29 CET] <WorkerThread2> com.webobjects.foundation.NSForwardException [java.lang.ClassNotFoundException] Cannot find class or component named AjaxUpdateLink in runtime or in a loadable bundle:<com.webobjects.appserver._private.WOComponentDefinition: Error parsing template for Component : 'file:/home/anon/git/wonder/Examples/Ajax/AjaxExample/Components/HelloAjaxWorld.wo':
java.lang.ClassNotFoundException: Cannot find class or component named AjaxUpdateLink in runtime or in a loadable bundle
    at com.webobjects.appserver._private.WOComponentDefinition.template(WOComponentDefinition.java:375)
    at com.webobjects.appserver.WOComponent.template(WOComponent.java:499)
    at com.webobjects.appserver.WOComponent.appendToResponse(WOComponent.java:1112)
    at HelloAjaxWorld.appendToResponse(HelloAjaxWorld.java:21)
    at com.webobjects.appserver.WOSession.appendToResponse(WOSession.java:1385)
    at er.extensions.appserver.ERXSession.appendToResponse(ERXSession.java:571)
    at com.webobjects.appserver.WOApplication.appendToResponse(WOApplication.java:1794)
    at er.extensions.appserver.ERXApplication.appendToResponse(ERXApplication.java:2023)



On 04.01.2015 02:35, anon wrote:
I have just found the problem.
The ERMovies and the ERExtensions do have a  build.xml symlinking -> ../../../Build/build/build.xml. Somehow eclipse was complaining about the structure of the xml "Content is not allowed in prolog" and the ant error was keeping the depending projects from compiling correctly. I could not get eclipse to ignore errors in those specifics ant files and I just deleted them.
Now I can get the classes to be generated ...:-)

On 04.01.2015 02:19, Paul Yu wrote:
Did you load WOLips plugin?

Sent from my iPhone
Please excuse iOS autocomplete

On Jan 3, 2015, at 7:20 PM, anon <akemerofako <at> hotmail.de> wrote:

The only eclipse version that was able to work with wonder latest is the
version that I have installed using the ubuntu package manager (sudo
apt-get install eclipse). It did install eclipse 3.8.1.
Now I am "almost" there but there is a weird thing happening with my
eclipse not being able to load the main application class. I get the
error: "Error: Could not find or load main class
er.ajax.example2.Application". I figure that the compiler can't seem to
be able to generate the class files in the output
folder("target/classes") and I still have not found out the reason.
Any idea?

On 03.01.2015 21:15, Ricardo Rolon wrote:
Hi Anon,

Welcome back !

What I know, the WOLips version is linked with the Eclipse version,
that is, if you're using WOLips version 3.7 you must use Eclipse version 3.7

I believe the latest stable WOLips version at this point is 3.7.

Could you install Eclipse version 3.7 in Ubuntu?

- Ricardo

On 2015-01-03, at 1:02 PM, anon wrote:

Hello Wonderful list,
I left Webobjects 6 years ago and am back again after I have been
disenchanted with what is going on out there. Now I would like to have
Ubuntu, eclipse( the version 3.8.1 shipped with Ubuntu14.04) and maven
play nice alongside Webobjects. I have been trying for 4 hours to no
avail. Here are my issues:
- WOLips doesnt work with any version of eclipse which has been
installed manually on ubuntu (The WOComponent editor cannot open) .
Tried many different things from googling (firefox library linking,
different versions of firefox + eclipse installed)... not working :-(

- Since I am stuck with the version of eclipse that is shipped with
ubuntu, there is no maven plugin for that old version and I have to use
the maven goal eclipse:eclipse to generate the classpath, and it works.
yeah :-)

- Eclipse still cannot resolve the classpath of my maven-generated
$M2_REPO/classes and is still showing error all over the place, which
means that I cannot start the WOApplication. I suspect that the WOLisp
compiler does not pick up the $M2_REPO classpath... sad. :-(

Is there anyone out there that is stuck with Ubuntu 14.04 and was able
to have maven, wolisp and eclipse3.8.1 to work nicely? Or may be to have
a newer version of eclipse working with wolisp without having to link to
some firefox external library?

Thanks.

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Re: Coming back to WebObjects

The only eclipse version that was able to work with wonder latest is the 
version that I have installed using the ubuntu package manager (sudo 
apt-get install eclipse). It did install eclipse 3.8.1.
Now I am "almost" there but there is a weird thing happening with my 
eclipse not being able to load the main application class. I get the 
error: "Error: Could not find or load main class 
er.ajax.example2.Application". I figure that the compiler can't seem to 
be able to generate the class files in the output 
folder("target/classes") and I still have not found out the reason.
Any idea?

On 03.01.2015 21:15, Ricardo Rolon wrote:
> Hi Anon,
>
> Welcome back !
>
> What I know, the WOLips version is linked with the Eclipse version,
> that is, if you're using WOLips version 3.7 you must use Eclipse version 3.7
>
> I believe the latest stable WOLips version at this point is 3.7.
>
> Could you install Eclipse version 3.7 in Ubuntu?
>
> - Ricardo
>
> On 2015-01-03, at 1:02 PM, anon wrote:
>
>> Hello Wonderful list,
>> I left Webobjects 6 years ago and am back again after I have been
>> disenchanted with what is going on out there. Now I would like to have
>> Ubuntu, eclipse( the version 3.8.1 shipped with Ubuntu14.04) and maven
>> play nice alongside Webobjects. I have been trying for 4 hours to no
>> avail. Here are my issues:
>> - WOLips doesnt work with any version of eclipse which has been
>> installed manually on ubuntu (The WOComponent editor cannot open) .
>> Tried many different things from googling (firefox library linking,
>> different versions of firefox + eclipse installed)... not working :-(
>>
>> - Since I am stuck with the version of eclipse that is shipped with
>> ubuntu, there is no maven plugin for that old version and I have to use
>> the maven goal eclipse:eclipse to generate the classpath, and it works.
>> yeah :-)
>>
>> - Eclipse still cannot resolve the classpath of my maven-generated
>> $M2_REPO/classes and is still showing error all over the place, which
>> means that I cannot start the WOApplication. I suspect that the WOLisp
>> compiler does not pick up the $M2_REPO classpath... sad. :-(
>>
>> Is there anyone out there that is stuck with Ubuntu 14.04 and was able
>> to have maven, wolisp and eclipse3.8.1 to work nicely? Or may be to have
>> a newer version of eclipse working with wolisp without having to link to
>> some firefox external library?
>>
>> Thanks.
>>
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anon | 3 Jan 19:20 2015
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Re: Coming back to WebObjects

Oh My,
I had forgotten to define M2_REPO in eclipse. It occurred to me after I 
had sent the previous message :-[

Now everything compiles and it is time to do some real work.

Thank you everyone.

On 03.01.2015 19:02, anon wrote:
> Hello Wonderful list,
> I left Webobjects 6 years ago and am back again after I have been 
> disenchanted with what is going on out there. Now I would like to have 
> Ubuntu, eclipse( the version 3.8.1 shipped with Ubuntu14.04) and maven 
> play nice alongside Webobjects. I have been trying for 4 hours to no 
> avail. Here are my issues:
> - WOLips doesnt work with any version of eclipse which has been 
> installed manually on ubuntu (The WOComponent editor cannot open) . 
> Tried many different things from googling (firefox library linking, 
> different versions of firefox + eclipse installed)... not working :-(
>
> - Since I am stuck with the version of eclipse that is shipped with 
> ubuntu, there is no maven plugin for that old version and I have to 
> use the maven goal eclipse:eclipse to generate the classpath, and it 
> works. yeah :-)
>
> - Eclipse still cannot resolve the classpath of my maven-generated 
> $M2_REPO/classes and is still showing error all over the place, which 
> means that I cannot start the WOApplication. I suspect that the WOLisp 
> compiler does not pick up the $M2_REPO classpath... sad. :-(
>
> Is there anyone out there that is stuck with Ubuntu 14.04 and was able 
> to have maven, wolisp and eclipse3.8.1 to work nicely? Or may be to 
> have a newer version of eclipse working with wolisp without having to 
> link to some firefox external library?
>
> Thanks.

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anon | 3 Jan 19:02 2015
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Coming back to WebObjects

Hello Wonderful list,
I left Webobjects 6 years ago and am back again after I have been 
disenchanted with what is going on out there. Now I would like to have 
Ubuntu, eclipse( the version 3.8.1 shipped with Ubuntu14.04) and maven 
play nice alongside Webobjects. I have been trying for 4 hours to no 
avail. Here are my issues:
- WOLips doesnt work with any version of eclipse which has been 
installed manually on ubuntu (The WOComponent editor cannot open) . 
Tried many different things from googling (firefox library linking, 
different versions of firefox + eclipse installed)... not working :-(

- Since I am stuck with the version of eclipse that is shipped with 
ubuntu, there is no maven plugin for that old version and I have to use 
the maven goal eclipse:eclipse to generate the classpath, and it works. 
yeah :-)

- Eclipse still cannot resolve the classpath of my maven-generated 
$M2_REPO/classes and is still showing error all over the place, which 
means that I cannot start the WOApplication. I suspect that the WOLisp 
compiler does not pick up the $M2_REPO classpath... sad. :-(

Is there anyone out there that is stuck with Ubuntu 14.04 and was able 
to have maven, wolisp and eclipse3.8.1 to work nicely? Or may be to have 
a newer version of eclipse working with wolisp without having to link to 
some firefox external library?

Thanks.

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Larry Mills-Gahl | 23 Nov 17:48 2014
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Maven and Scala and SBT


Is anybody who uses Scala with WebObjects using sbt as a build tool?

I’ve been using it in some utilities and am finding some interesting bits and was wondering if anybody has done a build of webobjects frameworks or applications using sbt.

I started with a working maven build and translated the dependencies from the pom.xml to the sbt build file, but there is something I’m missing in addressing the local maven repository (where the webobjects jars are). It seems to be related to woframework resources packaged as jars, but I don’t yet understand what’s going on there. 

Has anybody gone down this path (and succeeded or abandoned it)?


Larry Mills-Gahl






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