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From Tim McConnell <>
Subject Re: Eclipse Utility Projects with 2.1.2
Date Wed, 10 Sep 2008 21:39:21 GMT
Hi Kory, Now I understand. It didn't occur to me that you were generating a 
geronimo-service.xml file. We removed support for that geronimo deployment plan 
since the GEP didn't do anything with it once it was generated. Were you actually 
using the geronimo-service.xml file for something or just generating it ?? I 
suspect you were just generating it and then not using it, in which case you can 
just delete that project without impacting the other projects in your workspace. 
Can you please verify that ??


Kory Markevich wrote:
> Unfortunately there is none.  In the normal case, the option is simply not
> available in the GUI.  The error message I received after modifying the XML
> files manually appears in the Problems view, not the error log.
> I don't have the original project anymore as I edited one of the XML files
> manually.  It was however dirt simple, which is why I'm fine with simply
> starting over.  It was just a Utility project with one source file, and only
> one dependency in the geronimo-service.xml file.  It should be easy to
> recreate this case, simply take a 3.4 install with a 2.1.2 server, and try
> to create a Java EE->Utility Project while choosing the 2.1.2 runtime in the
> Target Runtime field.  In my case the runtime isn't even listed, whereas
> previously (Eclipse 3.4M6, 2.0.2 server) it worked as expected.
> Tim McConnell-2 wrote:
>> Hi Kory, your configuration sounds fine to me. Could you attach your .log
>> file 
>> from the workspace .metadata directory so I can hopefully get more
>> information 
>> about the failure ?? Also, would it be possible to export your old WTP
>> Utility 
>> Project and email it to me (or attach it if it's not very large) ?? Thanks
>> much
>> -- 
>> Thanks,
>> Tim McConnell

Tim McConnell

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