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Eclipse Web Tools Platform [message #198333] Tue, 14 August 2007 22:40 Go to next message
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Originally posted by: tim.mehrens.fiserv.com

I am trying to complete building a Web Service from the Book "Eclipse Web
Tools Platform" and since I can't find a place on the books home page for
help I was hoping to get some guidenace here. I have completed the first
interation in Chapter 10. I am using Tomcat 5.5 as my application server.
Going through the interation all the steps appear as the book shows and
to insure my code is correct I imported it all from the books download
source code site. When I get to the last step to test it however my
status window does not bring back anything. I checked the tomcat log and
the only entry in it is the following:
http://www.leagueplanet.com/ws/query/getSchedule pre=0 invoke=31 post=0
send=15 QuerySOAPPort.getSchedule

Any suggestions will be appreciated.

Tim
Re: Eclipse Web Tools Platform [message #198390 is a reply to message #198333] Wed, 15 August 2007 15:59 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Kelvin Cheung is currently offline Kelvin Cheung
Messages: 10
Registered: July 2009
Junior Member
Hi Tim,

Unfortunately, I don't have access to the book you mentioned. I was
able to download the code examples from the publisher's Web site
nevertheless. Under ch10\Itermation1, I can see files in different
projects (IceHockeyService, LeaguePlanetModel). Can you provide some
brief descriptions of what you have done or can you provide the files
you currently have?

Regards,

Kelvin

Tim Mehrens wrote:
> I am trying to complete building a Web Service from the Book "Eclipse
> Web Tools Platform" and since I can't find a place on the books home
> page for help I was hoping to get some guidenace here. I have completed
> the first interation in Chapter 10. I am using Tomcat 5.5 as my
> application server. Going through the interation all the steps appear as
> the book shows and to insure my code is correct I imported it all from
> the books download source code site. When I get to the last step to
> test it however my status window does not bring back anything. I
> checked the tomcat log and the only entry in it is the following:
> http://www.leagueplanet.com/ws/query/getSchedule pre=0 invoke=31 post=0
> send=15 QuerySOAPPort.getSchedule
>
> Any suggestions will be appreciated.
>
> Tim
>
Re: Eclipse Web Tools Platform [message #198435 is a reply to message #198333] Wed, 15 August 2007 22:01 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Lawrence Mandel is currently offline Lawrence Mandel
Messages: 486
Registered: July 2009
Senior Member
Hi Tim,

Is there any error message? Perhaps in the Eclipse .log file
(YOURWORKSPACE/.metadata/.log). Do you see anything when you click on the
source tab in the status window?

FYI, we've set up the address feedback at eclipsewtp.org for any questions
related to the book.

Lawrence
Re: Eclipse Web Tools Platform [message #198462 is a reply to message #198333] Fri, 17 August 2007 18:57 Go to previous message
Arthur Ryman is currently offline Arthur Ryman
Messages: 92
Registered: July 2009
Member
Tim Mehrens wrote:
> I am trying to complete building a Web Service from the Book "Eclipse
> Web Tools Platform" and since I can't find a place on the books home
> page for help I was hoping to get some guidenace here. I have completed
> the first interation in Chapter 10. I am using Tomcat 5.5 as my
> application server. Going through the interation all the steps appear as
> the book shows and to insure my code is correct I imported it all from
> the books download source code site. When I get to the last step to
> test it however my status window does not bring back anything. I
> checked the tomcat log and the only entry in it is the following:
> http://www.leagueplanet.com/ws/query/getSchedule pre=0 invoke=31 post=0
> send=15 QuerySOAPPort.getSchedule
>
> Any suggestions will be appreciated.
>
> Tim
>

Tim,

I wrote that chapter. Without looking at your code, I can suggest a few
things to debug the problem.

1. Are you sure that Tomcat is set up correctly? Did you go through the
Quick Tour? See Chapter 3, Iteration 4.

2. Was your Web service deployed to Axis correctly? You can check that
using the AxisServlet? See Chapter 10, Iteration 1.

3. If the service is deployed, try to test it with the Web Service
Explorer. See p451.

4. If the service is deployed correctly, you can try to debug it. Put a
breakpoint in the getSchedule() method of QuerySOAPImpl.java (see p448),
launch the server in debug mode, a make the request. The debugger should
come up in the getSchedule() method.

5. If the method is being called, then try to monitor the SOAP message
traffic or using the TCP/IP Monitor. See Chapter 7, Iteration 8. Monitor
both the Web pages and the SOAP messages.

-- Arthur
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