|Re: Publishing static website to HTTP server fails [message #230518 is a reply to message #230411]
||Mon, 20 April 2009 04:59
Originally posted by: rstryker.redhat.com|
I've commented on your bug (272525) and referenced another old bug you
might have missed (219332). The end result is that the bug I referenced
also fixed this issue and was released to 3.1 streams. I'd suggest you
give it a try and see if it's still happening for you.
Marc Chamberlin wrote:
> I have done a lot of searching for a solution to this problem but am not
> coming up with a workable answer. I set up a static web project in
> Eclipse, established a generic HTTP server, and then added this web
> project to it. When I created an .html file for the project and try an
> publish it to the HTTP server I get the following sort of error -
> Could not replace with temp file
> /home/marc/eclipse/eclipse3.4/workspace/.metadata/.plugins/o rg.eclipse.wst.server.core/tmp127131591529039096.html.
> My searches in the bugzilla data base for Eclipse Webtools leads me to
> believe that the developers think that they have solved this or some
> related problem, at least with Tomcat servers. But apparently that is
> not my experience...
> Other searches on the internet say there is a workaround by having
> everything installed on the same partition, (the Tomcat installation,
> temp directories and the Eclipse workspace) but for me that is
> impossible in my development environment, at least not without a major
> reorganization of our computer systems!
> So is this still a bug and should I (re)submit it, or does someone know
> of a fix/workaround that I can use?
> For reference, I am using the following versions -
> Eclipse Version: 3.4.2
> Build id: M20090211-1700
> Web Standard Tools
> Version: 3.0.4.v200811190840-7A-8l8Qqcz0HyVgjXUE-iuOYZ9ai
> Build id: 20080918035538
> Server version: Apache Tomcat/6.0.16
> Server built: Aug 21 2008 05:19:22
> Server number: 188.8.131.52
> OS Name: Linux
> OS Version: 184.108.40.206-0.1-default
> Architecture: amd64
> JVM Version: 1.6.0_0-b14
> JVM Vendor: Sun Microsystems Inc.
> Thanks in advance for any help offered... Marc Chamberlin
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