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Seam In Action - Question to Dan Allen

Wayne Hatayama
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Joined: Jan 31, 2002
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I am trying to install and run chapter03 open18 using eclipse. I am getting console error messages on startup of the server. I think the problem is that I am not using a vanilla eclipse. I am using JBoss Developer Studio. Am I OK in using JDS??
Dan Allen
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I would not expect there to be any conflicts with using JDS. The project that seam-gen creates is nothing special and those tools should recognize it fine. Could you show the error messages?


Dan Allen | http://mojavelinux.com | Author of Seam in Action - http://mojavelinux.com/seaminaction
Wayne Hatayama
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Joined: Jan 31, 2002
Posts: 12
Dan,

I got it working!!. I expanded the size of the eclipse console window and found I was running JBoss EAP which comes with JBDS. I fixed that by creating a new server in the server view. The next problem was not connecting with the H2 database. I had made the url connection 'jdbc:h2:file:c:/twoputt/databases/open19-db/h2' instead of 'jdbc:h2:c:/twoputt/databases/open19-db/h2'. After correcting, it worked!!

Thanks,

Wayne

P.S. Downloading Seam and JBoss AP through the ant command was very cool. I am impressed.
Dan Allen
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I got it working!!


Great!

Downloading Seam and JBoss AP through the ant command was very cool. I am impressed.


I'm so glad you appreciate it. After recommending it to more people, I thought to myself that I should make this a part of Seam. I will likely end up doing that.
 
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