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From Willis C White <whiw...@us.ibm.com>
Subject Re: Example of Dojo and Tuscany on Eclipse and WebSphere (RAD)
Date Mon, 15 Jun 2009 16:36:09 GMT
Thank you so much this is moving me in the right direction. Now I am 
getting an error that says

GET http://localhost:9081/HelloWorld/HelloWorldService?smd
http://localhost:9081/HelloWorld/HelloWorldService?smd         404 Not 
Found       3ms 

Error 404: SRVE0190E: File not found: /HelloWorldService

Willis C White III 
IQ Technology Projects
IBM CIO Technology & Innovation
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Cell 845 853-3827


ant elder <ant.elder@gmail.com> 
06/15/2009 03:31 AM
Please respond to


Re: Example of Dojo and Tuscany on Eclipse and WebSphere (RAD)

On Sat, Jun 13, 2009 at 8:54 PM, Willis C White<whiwill@us.ibm.com> wrote:
> I am looking for an example of running Dojo with Tuscany on Eclipse with
> Websphere (Rational Application Developer). Can some one point me to a
> working example?
> If there is no example to do exactly what I need could I get some 
> getting the example below to work.
> I tried to convert the example at the following address to work on 
> with Websphere and I ran into problems.

> I am not sure what the issue was but i think it had something to do with 
> sca-contribution.xml  and the web.xml file or possibly not having jars 
> the WEB-INF/lib dir (not sure which jars to put in there)
> RAD 7.5
> Eclipse 3.4
> Websphere 7
> It goes to this address
> http://localhost:9081/HelloWorld/HelloWorldJSONRPC.html
> and I get this error
> Error 500: javax.servlet.ServletException: Filter [tuscany]: Could not 
> required filter class -
> org.apache.tuscany.sca.host.webapp.TuscanyServletFilter.class
> Willis White

I've just tried the helloworld dojo sample from the Tuscany 1.5
release in WebSphere 7.0 and it worked ok for me. As with all Tuscany
webapps in WebSphere you do need to correctly configure the
classloading, so in the Admin console application configuration click

"Class loading and update detection" and then set:

Class loader order: "Classes loaded with local class loader first (parent 
WAR class loader policy: "Class loader for each WAR file in application"

So you can see what jars are included in the build webapp i've
uploaded the one that worked for me to:


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