|Re: Birt logging [message #870912 is a reply to message #870864]
||Thu, 10 May 2012 08:54
| Tom Eugelink
Registered: July 2009
On 2012-05-10 07:04, tbee wrote:|
> On 2012-05-09 21:31, Jason Weathersby wrote:
>> I assume using the tag libraries is not acceptable for your app?
> Since I'm using Wicket, there are no JSP's. That is, I could use them, but it would be an mixing apples and oranges thing. The servlet is preferable. I'm going to work on Birt again today.
Ok, I've found the logging; apparently /tmp does not mean the filesystem's root, but somewhere in my project tree.
Seems I've got the servlets running as well. However, I'm finding the impact in my project somewhat severe; the need for axis, the requirement to roll in 70MB for the designer vs the sensitivity for the version (my eclipse plugins were 3.7.2, runtime 3.7.1, but it did not render, so I downloaded the 3.7.1 designer). The fact that some lock is blocking recompilation and I need to do clean builds and glassfish restarts every time.
I'm in doubt if I should continue. Maybe first I'm going to drop the viewer part and see how things fare with just the engine. I do like the power of the engine (based on my reading).
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