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Spaces in Foldernames [message #206755] Mon, 14 January 2008 16:32 Go to next message
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Originally posted by: Juergen.Schwibs.seb.se

Hello,

would be nice to have a hint in the docs for the following issue, which I
had with current WTP wtp-S-3.0M4-20080105091323, Eclipse
eclipse-SDK-3.4M4-win32 and jboss 4.2:

I installed Eclipse under "c:\Program Files" and JBoss under "c:\JBoss"
(Windows XP). Because of the space in the folder name deploying of code
was not working (Got an java.net.SocketTimeoutException from
RemoteAntBuildListener.java).
After moving Eclipse into a folder without spaces the deploying of code
started to work fine.

Jürgen
Re: Spaces in Foldernames [message #206766 is a reply to message #206755] Mon, 14 January 2008 16:38 Go to previous messageGo to next message
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Originally posted by: dcarver.starstandard.org

If you haven't already, I would open a bug against this. As it should
handle spaces correctly by making sure they are a valid URI and encoded
correctly.

Dave

Juergen Schwibs wrote:
> Hello,
>
> would be nice to have a hint in the docs for the following issue, which
> I had with current WTP wtp-S-3.0M4-20080105091323, Eclipse
> eclipse-SDK-3.4M4-win32 and jboss 4.2:
>
> I installed Eclipse under "c:\Program Files" and JBoss under "c:\JBoss"
> (Windows XP). Because of the space in the folder name deploying of code
> was not working (Got an java.net.SocketTimeoutException from
> RemoteAntBuildListener.java). After moving Eclipse into a folder without
> spaces the deploying of code started to work fine.
>
> Jürgen
>
>
Re: Spaces in Foldernames [message #206774 is a reply to message #206766] Mon, 14 January 2008 17:04 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Eclipse UserFriend
Originally posted by: merks.ca.ibm.com

David,

Yes, in a URI they should be encoded as %20. Spaces in file names so
often lead to problems. I suppose file names can have other scary
characters like # and that those are just as likely to cause problems.
Lots of folks probably don't realize too that a "\" character is allowed
on many unix OSs...


David Carver wrote:
> If you haven't already, I would open a bug against this. As it should
> handle spaces correctly by making sure they are a valid URI and
> encoded correctly.
>
> Dave
>
> Juergen Schwibs wrote:
>> Hello,
>>
>> would be nice to have a hint in the docs for the following issue,
>> which I had with current WTP wtp-S-3.0M4-20080105091323, Eclipse
>> eclipse-SDK-3.4M4-win32 and jboss 4.2:
>>
>> I installed Eclipse under "c:\Program Files" and JBoss under
>> "c:\JBoss" (Windows XP). Because of the space in the folder name
>> deploying of code was not working (Got an
>> java.net.SocketTimeoutException from RemoteAntBuildListener.java).
>> After moving Eclipse into a folder without spaces the deploying of
>> code started to work fine.
>>
>> Jürgen
>>
>>
Re: Spaces in Foldernames [message #207270 is a reply to message #206766] Mon, 21 January 2008 15:48 Go to previous message
David Williams is currently offline David WilliamsFriend
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On Mon, 14 Jan 2008 11:38:43 -0500, David Carver <dcarver@starstandard.org> wrote:

> If you haven't already, I would open a bug against this. As it should
> handle spaces correctly by making sure they are a valid URI and encoded
> correctly.
>

Agreed, please do. And if possible, please test with eclipse having the spaces vs. no-spaces and also JBoss having the spacees-nospaces, and also another server, if possible. It's hard for me to tell where source of the problem is, from your comments. And, guess I'm skeptical that it is in WTP core code as we've had this problem in the past and it was fixed, and would be surprised it's crept back in (in the core code).

Thanks,
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