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From "Kathy Chan (JIRA)" <j...@apache.org>
Subject [jira] Created: (GERONIMODEVTOOLS-40) Cannot start server programmatically
Date Tue, 10 Jan 2006 21:42:39 GMT
Cannot start server programmatically
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         Key: GERONIMODEVTOOLS-40
         URL: http://issues.apache.org/jira/browse/GERONIMODEVTOOLS-40
     Project: Geronimo-Devtools
        Type: Bug
 Environment: Windows XP
    Reporter: Kathy Chan
    Priority: Critical


I was using the following drivers on Windows XP:

- WTP 1.0
- Geronimo 1.0 server 
- Geronimo 20060109 plugin

With a new workspace, do the following:

- install Geronimo 1.0 server runtime
- create Geronimo server using server tooling
- start server
- create Web project "a1" with EAR
- In the Web project, create a simple Echo.java with a "hello" method that takes a String
and returns it.

Here are the procedure to create a bottom-up Web service:

- right-click on Echo.java, select Web Services -> Create Web service
- select "test Web service" and "overwrite file" on the 1st page of Web service wizard
- click Finish
- when the Web Services Explorer comes up, you should be able to invoke the hello method

Now, if you remove the Web project "a1" from the server and ensure that the server is still
in "started" state, then you can repeat the above steps to create a bottom-up Web service.
 

However, if you do not remove the Web project from the server first, then you'll run into
the problem reported in bug http://issues.apache.org/jira/browse/GERONIMODEVTOOLS-39.

If you remove the Web project from the server first but stop the server before creating the
bottom-up Web service, when the Web service wizard tried to start the server programmatically,
you'll notice that the server console indicates that 

Geronimo startup complete

but server tooling still thinks that the server is started.  The server start will eventually
times out.

Now, even if I use server tooling to start the server, server start would not complete.  This
problem persist even if I delete the server and recreate another one.  The only way I could
recover is to use a new workspace.

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