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Hi all

I have a java project which is to be put into a EAP. It simply doesnt appear under J2EE module dependency of the EAP. I have no clue why? The same was working a day before. I feel this very buggy. Can anyone please help?

Overall I see the build system of NWDS is exteremely unstable and buggy, many times what is on the NWDS deosnt reflect on the server though it is deployed every few minutes. One has to manually remove and add the project again or clean it and some how then it reflects. Is it the same for all of you as well?

Thank you.

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Lakshminarayanan.V

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    Posted on Aug 08, 2008 at 02:28 PM

    Hi Lakshminarayanan,

    What is the NWDS version you are working with. What are the EAR and java projects - DCs or non DCs.

    Best regards,

    Dimo

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      Hi

      The problem with respect to the project not visible in the JEE module dependency of the EAP is solved. The project which was a java project had had an incomplete facets file. Not sure how it was changed. But if the file is again edited with the correct entries it works. Thanks to Dimo Stoilov.

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      Lakshminarayanan.V

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    Posted on Aug 07, 2008 at 02:38 PM

    Some thing even more surprising,

    I have a bean which annotated into a Webservice. I deployed onto the server and it showed up in the WS navigator. When I click on one of its methods it says "Can not find service implementation of the bean".

    How can that be? There is only one class with annotation it finds the annotation and not the class?

    I removed the webservice bean from the ear and added it again, it works!!

    can anyone explain why??

    Edited by: vln on Aug 7, 2008 4:38 PM

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      Hi,

      I have the same problems sometimes. Many of the problems seems to be related to buggy NWDS (I use SP4 at time).

      NWDS often does not recognize changes in files, so after a change your Server Status is still "synchronized" instead of "Repuplish". Then you have to remove the project and add it again... Very annoying.

      Sometimes I have to delete JAR Files to get them rebuild at deployment, otherwise you get old code deployed to the Server. You can see that at the debugger, where the code stops at whitespace and stuff like that.

      Then there are other bugs in NWDS that make JEE development a constant fight against server and IDE... Not very funny at all. For example I'm connected via DTR with the source code. Even if all are snchronized, some NWDS show errors in code, other not. That has mostly the reason in "Application libraries" not been refreshed if they are resynced and so on.

      The overall experience for real JEE development with JEE 5 on Netweaver 7.10 up to SP6 is in my feeling frustrating. At least compared with competitors products. We use everything JMS, Message Driven Beans, Webservices (Top Down, Bottom UP), Web service Clients etc. of JEE and the general experience is, that you develop half the time and the other half you struggle to bring it on the server and run as expected.

      Frank

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    Posted on Aug 13, 2008 at 12:23 PM

    There are other problems with NWDS to be solved. I will post here when I reproduce them.

    Edited by: vln on Aug 13, 2008 2:24 PM

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