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From David Blevins <>
Subject Re: applications in
Date Wed, 27 Jul 2005 05:24:12 GMT
We bumped up the strictness of our wsdl processing some time ago and  
it looks like the magicGball wsdl may no longer be valid.  Haven't  
looked at the WSDL in quite a while.


On Jul 26, 2005, at 5:17 PM, Joe Bohn wrote:

> When I attempted to deploy the magicgball.ear file I received an  
> error because of difficulty processing a WSDL file (I'm not  
> familiar with these errors but it looks like it can't reconcile the  
> mgb prefix on the name space mapping for mgb:askRequest .... do I  
> need to do something to establish a namespace for mgb? ).
> Here is the message I get on deploy:
>     Error: Unable to distribute magicgball.ear: Failed to read wsdl
>     document caused by WSDLException (at
>     /definitions/portType/operation/input): faultCode=UNBOUND_PREFIX:
>     Unable to determine namespace of 'mgb:askRequest'.
> I built from source with an extract from trunk that I took earlier  
> this morning.   I built magicGball using maven directly under  
> magicGball.  It seemed to build fine.   Am I doing something wrong  
> or is there a problem with the magicgball WSDL in trunk?
> Dain Sundstrom wrote:
>> On Jul 26, 2005, at 1:11 PM, David Jencks wrote:
>>> This is an area that could use extensive cleanup.  I've never   
>>> understood what the MagicGBall was, it never worked for me.  I   
>>> tried the "demo" a few weeks ago and it did work, but it does   
>>> essentially nothing.  Removing or fixing these and installing  
>>> the  samples Sing Li contributed would be a good idea.... the  
>>> problem is  time, at least for me.
>> MagicGBall works for me.  You just have to know how to ask it   
>> questions.  IIRC it is something like this:
>> http://localhost:8080/magicGBall/ask?question=foo
>> I once wrote a web form for it but, I have no idea what happened  
>> to it.
>> -dain
> -- 
> Joe Bohn
> "He is no fool who gives what he cannot  
> keep, to gain what he cannot lose."   -- Jim Elliot

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