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Generating WS Client for RCP applications [message #224808] Mon, 08 December 2008 17:02 Go to next message
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Originally posted by: mail.volker-wegert.de

Hello,

I want to use the Ant-based Web Service client generation to create the
web service proxies for a Rich Client Platform application. I've already
figured out how to generate a Java project, and I can change this to a
Plug-in project manually, but that's a one-way ticket: If I want to
re-generate the Web Service implementation, I get an error IWAB0503E:
"Unable to update Java build path. Please check your system
environment." Is there a way to tell the ant task not to touch the build
path?

Thanks
Volker

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Re: Generating WS Client for RCP applications [message #225249 is a reply to message #224808] Mon, 15 December 2008 11:37 Go to previous message
Eric D. Peters is currently offline Eric D. Peters
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Registered: July 2009
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Volker Wegert wrote:

> Hello,

> I want to use the Ant-based Web Service client generation to create the
> web service proxies for a Rich Client Platform application. I've already
> figured out how to generate a Java project, and I can change this to a
> Plug-in project manually, but that's a one-way ticket: If I want to
> re-generate the Web Service implementation, I get an error IWAB0503E:
> "Unable to update Java build path. Please check your system
> environment." Is there a way to tell the ant task not to touch the build
> path?

> Thanks
> Volker

Hi Volker,

I was able to do something similar in WTP 3.0, which version of WTP are
you using?

I used ANT tasks to generate the client in a java project (setting
property ClientComponentType=template.jst.utility), then ran PDE Tools >
Convert to plugin project on the generated java project. I then ran the
same ANT task again (generating to the plugin project) and no exceptions
and verified the classpath was updated. Not sure if something in
particular may be tripping up the classpath update... please open a
bugzilla defect with more info if you can't get this working.
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