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Is there something obvious that I am doing wrong?The closest pointer to this issue I found is at the following link. This has been the case since NT 4.0. 2. you should disable it now manualy. Darin Swanson wrote: > Can you explain what you mean by "the ant editor doesn't open this > build-user.xml"? > > Darins > > "Srgjan Srepfler" wrote in message > http://netfiscal.com/eclipse-unable/eclipse-unable-to-get-project-for-the-run.html

conntype, host, etc.)Parse the setupCmdLine.bat or  setupCmdLine.sh  located in the profile's bin directory to extract environment settings (e.g. ding-error Top bpolster Team Member Posts: 137 Joined: Fri Nov 20, 2009 1:40 am Re: Issue Loading Ant Build Files Quote Postby bpolster » Thu Jan 12, 2012 3:48 am Ricky,Not BUILD FAILED C:\PROJECT\ProjectWeb\src\build.xml:51: Unable to parse setupCmdLine: null\bin\setupCmdLine.bat (The system cannot find the path specified.) Total time: 1 minute 18 seconds Martijn Verburg author Bartender Posts: 3275 5 I like... The workspace build did take a long time...

René Link says: You're right. posted 2 years ago Ashan, What do you mean by not running the second file? Instead, I would suggest downloading Maven (I use version 3.0.3) which you can find here: http://maven.apache.org/download.htmlOnce you have done that, you should point MAVEN.HOME to wherever you've installed Maven on your

Total time: 490 milliseconds Here is my build file at line 146 : 146 : If I try from command line My ear structure is different. The next step, therefore, would be to download the sources of ant, see svn. One of the first things to do is to run ant -version and ant -diagnostics to be sure.

All Rights Reserved. resolveSystem(http://www.w3.org/2001/xml.xsd) Resolved system: http://www.w3.org/2001/xml.xsd file:/builddir/build/BUILD/jersey-1.x-1.18.3/jersey-server/etc/xml.xsd [DEBUG] Parent resolver has resolved publicId [http://www.w3.org/XML/1998/namespace], systemId [http://www.w3.org/2001/xml.xsd] to [file:/builddir/build/BUILD/jersey-1.x-1.18.3/jersey-server/etc/xml.xsd]. [DEBUG] SystemId [file:/builddir/build/BUILD/jersey-1.x-1.18.3/jersey-server/etc/xml.xsd] is not a Maven dependency resource URI. Sorry about that and thanks for responding. https://bugs.launchpad.net/bugs/96423 For this we need a simple ant script.Wrong ant build file to reproduce the errorXHTML12345678910111213

If this is not correct please set the HOME environment variable and restart Eclipse. Terms Privacy Security Status Help You can't perform that action at this time. The error message I get is : Buildfile: /home/franck/devel/eclipse-workspace/axabas/src/build.xml BUILD FAILED /home/franck/devel/eclipse-workspace/axabas/src/build.xml:146: The type doesn't support nested text data. So, when I drag and drop the file in the Ant view it said (on the better hand the build.xml at least contains all

You signed in with another tab or window. posted 7 years ago How is your EAR file laid out? Report message to a moderator Re: Ant build-user file [message #292766 is a reply to message #292740] Wed, 12 October 2005 11:19 Eclipse User Originally posted by: thisisnot.mymail.com It appears from the docs that I would need a separate .

resolveSystem(file:/builddir/build/BUILD/jersey-1.x-1.18.3/jersey-server/etc/xml.xsd) [DEBUG] Parent resolver has resolved publicId [null], systemId [file:/builddir/build/BUILD/jersey-1.x-1.18.3/jersey-server/etc/xml.xsd] to [null]. [DEBUG] SystemId [file:/builddir/build/BUILD/jersey-1.x-1.18.3/jersey-server/etc/xml.xsd] is not a Maven dependency resource URI. his comment is here Composer plugin just run composer.phar cmd_name, and because many packagist vendors are downloaded directly from github repo, yes Symfony Plugin indirectly require git installed in system. I could get rid of this by removing the xercesImpl.jar and xml-api.jar from the Ant installation that I used, not sure if you are facing the exact same problem or if we have a builder system without web connection thanks in advance [INFO] ------------------------------------------------------------------------ [INFO] BUILD FAILURE [INFO] ------------------------------------------------------------------------ [INFO] Total time: 7.532 s [INFO] Finished at: 2015-03-25T02:22:55+00:00 [INFO] Final Memory: 41M/492M

Jay Abrahm Ranch Hand Posts: 183 posted 7 years ago If it was a problem with the way the context root was defined then won't the application not work if I If I have two class files that I have to execute back to back what steps do I take? Jay Abrahm Ranch Hand Posts: 183 posted 7 years ago Thanks.. http://netfiscal.com/eclipse-unable/eclipse-unable-to-find-jvm-dll.html Change them all to forward slashes.

Enable project specific settings, next add app/cache to filters on xml schema validator. Franck Le vendredi 16 novembre 2007 à 20:06 +0000, Thomas Smith a écrit : > How did you change Eclipse's XML parser? > > I am having a similar problem, where I assume MAVEN.HOME to be somewhere in the ECLIPSE folder.

I'l come back in 6 months - a total waste of time trying to setup for a demo.

Useful to propagate changes." name="build-refprojects"/>

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]. Once you have all this debug information, how can you use it to solve your problem? Is there any particular ant task that I need to be using for this ? http://netfiscal.com/eclipse-unable/eclipse-unable-to-launch-cygpath.html Disclaimer, long time ago since I looked at struts and servlets, hopefully someone else chimes in as well.

Here is the output after running with -debug: Setting project property: env.Path -> C:\Perl\site\bin;C:\Perl\bin;C:\WINDOWS\system32;C:\WINDOWS;C:\WINDOWS\System32\Wbem;C:\Program Files\TortoiseSVN\bin;C:\Program Files\MySQL\MySQL Server 5.1\bin;C:\WINDOWS\system32\WindowsPowerShell\v1.0;C:\Program Files\Java\jdk1.6.0_12\bin Edit: I realized that I had to add the JAVA_HOME variable as Is this a known issue about the ant editor that's being worked on? You can also see the effect of changing attribute values on the generated command line. Any modifications will be overwritten.

I am baffled by seeing this kind of erratic behaviour. Cheers, Martijn - Blog, Twitter, PCGen, Ikasan, My The Well-Grounded Java Developer book!, My start-up. But I get a 404 for the ear that I have generated from Ant. 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].

That will depend on the task in question and the nature of your problem. However I get the following error. The put "-v" in the main tab's argument section. posted 7 years ago I'm not 100% sure where this .bat file is supposed to reside (I can't see it referenced directly in your build script).

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? Perhaps an attribute is available that would provide the behavior you require. In this case the wsadmin task resolves the profile directory for you, because of the wasHome attribute that you must provide.The analyse of the errorReproduce the errorBefore we dive into the analyse we Thanks you did lead me there...

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