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out of sync using a vfat filesystem? [message #188047] Thu, 15 February 2007 09:47 Go to next message
Eclipse User
Originally posted by: fluca1978.infinito.it

Hi all,
I'm using the webtools on my workspace that is stored on a vfat partition
(I'm running ubuntu 6.10, eclipse 3.2, jdk 1.6). The problem I'm
experiencing, that I don't have with other Java projects (not web related)
is that after the environment has shut down and restart again it always
says me that my project is out of sync. Or better, when I try to perform a
refactoring I got an out of sync on everything (even the server!) and even
performing a refresh does not solve the problem. Now I guess it could be an
issue related to the vfat filesystem since after a refresh I can see in the
package explorer two folders web-inf, once lower case (that is the original
one) and one up case, the latter containing a file web.xml that does not
point to my servlet. Of course, when I try to run the servlet I got an
error saying the servlet is unavailble and moreover it tries to execute the
full qualified name of the servlet instead of the name providen in the
original web.xml file.

Anyone knows a way to fix this annoying behaviour?

Thanks,
Luca
Re: out of sync using a vfat filesystem? [message #188104 is a reply to message #188047] Fri, 16 February 2007 06:54 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Eclipse User
Originally posted by: merks.ca.ibm.com

Luca,

I'm not sure what might cause this but I wonder if it is possible that
you created a resource in the workspace with a name that's not exactly
the same as the actual case of that name in the file system?


Luca Ferrari wrote:
> Hi all,
> I'm using the webtools on my workspace that is stored on a vfat partition
> (I'm running ubuntu 6.10, eclipse 3.2, jdk 1.6). The problem I'm
> experiencing, that I don't have with other Java projects (not web related)
> is that after the environment has shut down and restart again it always
> says me that my project is out of sync. Or better, when I try to perform a
> refactoring I got an out of sync on everything (even the server!) and even
> performing a refresh does not solve the problem. Now I guess it could be an
> issue related to the vfat filesystem since after a refresh I can see in the
> package explorer two folders web-inf, once lower case (that is the original
> one) and one up case, the latter containing a file web.xml that does not
> point to my servlet. Of course, when I try to run the servlet I got an
> error saying the servlet is unavailble and moreover it tries to execute the
> full qualified name of the servlet instead of the name providen in the
> original web.xml file.
>
> Anyone knows a way to fix this annoying behaviour?
>
> Thanks,
> Luca
>
Re: out of sync using a vfat filesystem? [message #188285 is a reply to message #188104] Tue, 20 February 2007 05:13 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Eclipse User
Originally posted by: fluca1978.infinito.it

Ed Merks wrote:

> Luca,
>
> I'm not sure what might cause this but I wonder if it is possible that
> you created a resource in the workspace with a name that's not exactly
> the same as the actual case of that name in the file system?

I guess it is the problem, since when things goes bad I can see a folder
web-inf and one WEB-INF in the project explorer. However, if I try to enter
in the WEB-INF or web-inf folder I got the same result (from the shell) and
there's only one folder stored on the disk. The content of the two folders
in the project explorer is however different.
Moreover I didn't experienced this problem before using the same eclipse
settings.
Any idea?

Luca
Re: out of sync using a vfat filesystem? [message #188292 is a reply to message #188285] Tue, 20 February 2007 06:13 Go to previous message
Eclipse User
Originally posted by: merks.ca.ibm.com

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Luca,

Probably it's best to remove the folder completely from the file system
and see which case version WTP wants to create to replace it and then
stick with that way of spelling it.


Luca Ferrari wrote:
> Ed Merks wrote:
>
>
>> Luca,
>>
>> I'm not sure what might cause this but I wonder if it is possible that
>> you created a resource in the workspace with a name that's not exactly
>> the same as the actual case of that name in the file system?
>>
>
> I guess it is the problem, since when things goes bad I can see a folder
> web-inf and one WEB-INF in the project explorer. However, if I try to enter
> in the WEB-INF or web-inf folder I got the same result (from the shell) and
> there's only one folder stored on the disk. The content of the two folders
> in the project explorer is however different.
> Moreover I didn't experienced this problem before using the same eclipse
> settings.
> Any idea?
>
> Luca
>
>
>


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Luca,<br>
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Probably it's best to remove the folder completely from the file system
and see which case version WTP wants to create to replace it and then
stick with that way of spelling it. <br>
<br>
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Luca Ferrari wrote:
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<pre wrap="">Luca,

I'm not sure what might cause this but I wonder if it is possible that
you created a resource in the workspace with a name that's not exactly
the same as the actual case of that name in the file system?
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I guess it is the problem, since when things goes bad I can see a folder
web-inf and one WEB-INF in the project explorer. However, if I try to enter
in the WEB-INF or web-inf folder I got the same result (from the shell) and
there's only one folder stored on the disk. The content of the two folders
in the project explorer is however different.
Moreover I didn't experienced this problem before using the same eclipse
settings.
Any idea?

Luca


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