I am developing java beans and webservices for application using Weblogic 8.1 Server and Weblogic Workshop. The development and deployment is done on the local desktop Win2K platform. But when I make any changes to the code and try to rebuild, new compile errors show up which make no sense. The errors shown wouldn't be present at all. If I shut down the server exit the workshop, remove the WLS temp files and restart the workshop and build, the same code compiles, builds and deploys with no problems. So whenever there is any change in the code I have to do all the above steps which is very frustrating. Is anybody else facing such problems, or does anybody knows if anything could be done about it. Help !!!
I've passe for similar problem that I foun'd out was causeb by my Version control system tool (in that case Borland Starteam). I believe CVS/subversion tools(or any other wich access the workshop project files) may cause the same problems.
Joined: Jan 09, 2005
But in my case there is no version control tool. The code I am developing and the server I am deploying onto, both are on my local desktop. The only tool that accesses my code is Weblogic Workshop. What we are unable to understand is when we exit the workshop and open it again and build the application it runs fine with no errors. Whenever there is change in code thats when the problem arises.