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Problem using name reservation

Hi there,

I'd like to use the name reservation to develop DCs with NWDI 7.00. I already created the following reservations in the SLD:

Development Component Name:

Application Context Root: myapp

I'd like to use the application context root reservation in my Web project. I opened the application.xml file of the web projects associated EAR project, but I'm not able to set the context root. I get the following error message:

No connection can be established to the name server of this Development Component project. Therefor, you can only insert context-roots for test applications.

The nameserver is activated on the SLD and is registered in the domain data of the CMS. What am I missing?

In addition I'm not sure where I have to set the Design Time Package reservation in the NWDS. I remember that I read somewhere, that some reservations are also created automatically by the NWDS.

Maybe someone might help me with this.



Changed "Design Time Package" to "Development Component Name"

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Markus Hunke

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    Posted on Dec 13, 2007 at 02:04 PM

    Design Time Package name prefixes are normally in the form com.mycompany. They are used to restrict the Java package names that can be used.

    You can find these in the Development Configuration perspective: Browse your DC: DC Metadata -> DC Definition -> Package Names.

    Are you using a local Web project or a Web Module DC?

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