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From Glen Mazza <>
Subject Problem tracing WSDLToJava within Eclipse IDE.
Date Mon, 20 Apr 2009 08:12:52 GMT


I'm trying to run trunk's in debug mode in Eclipse.  I've
imported the CXF project as described on our Eclipse page[1], in particular,
these steps here to import all the CXF subprojects:

# Select "Existing Projects into Workspace" and hit Next
# Select root directory: enter the path to your trunk directory and hit
# Select all the subprojects and hit Finish. Eclipse will import and rebuild
all the subprojects selected. This will take a while.

However, trying to debug from the Eclipse IDE raised errors
that certain subprojects referenced were missing--I needed to manually add
them into the project:  cxf-common-schemas, cxf-common-utilities, and
cxf-xjc-dv. Question:  Does this point to an error with our Eclipse build
instructions and/or CXF's main (root) pom file, namely that it is not
referencing these subprojects so that when we select all the subprojects as
instructed above we end up missing these subprojects?  Or, was it never
really intended for these three subprojects to be included in the "all the
subprojects selected" above because they are already available in
higher-level subprojects (i.e., cxf-common).  

The Eclipse instructions are meant for developing CXF, not debugging
WSDLToJava, so that might account for my need to manually import these
additional subprojects.  Just want to make sure, though, I'm not doing
anything wrong that would cause me to need to do these additional imports.


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