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From Michael Baessler <...@michael-baessler.de>
Subject Re: Using PEARs in cpeGUI - a problem?
Date Thu, 08 Nov 2007 12:21:33 GMT
And in both cases you use the same PEAR I think. Because when I try to 
add a PEAR to the CPE using the cpeGUI all works fine for me.
I tested it with the RegularExpressionAnnotator that is available in the 
Sandbox. If you build this component using Maven, a PEAR package is 
generated.

-- Michael

Richard Eckart wrote:
> I added a PEAR descriptor to the pipeline in cpeGUI the classpath is 
> not set up properly for the PEAR when running the CPE.
> If I hack the setUimaClassPath.sh to include the proper jars for the 
> PEAR, it runs.
>
> If I create a CPE programatically and add a PEAR, the classpath 
> enviroment is set up for the PEAR by UIMA. No need to do it
> manually.
>
> -- Richard
>
> Am 08.11.2007 um 10:15 schrieb Michael Baessler:
>
>> It is possible to add a PEAR descriptor in the cpeGUI as analysis 
>> engine, but it is not possible to change any configuration parameters 
>> for this
>> descriptor.
>>
>> What works fine when you do it programatically?
>>
>> -- Michael
>>
>> Richard Eckart wrote:
>>> Hi there,
>>>
>>> following the helpful reply by Thilo Götz on my last enquiry on 
>>> PEARs and automatically having UIMA manage their classpath, I now 
>>> wonder if the same can work with CPEs build in cpeGUI.
>>>
>>> I tried adding a PEAR as a processing component in the UIMA 2.2 
>>> cpeGUI but adding the descriptor will not cause any configuration 
>>> options to appear. But if I programatically create a processing 
>>> component descriptor from a PEAR descriptor and add it to a CPE it 
>>> works fine.
>>>
>>> Is this a limitation of the cpeGUI or am I using it wrong?
>>>
>>> I want to build a CPE descriptor in the cpeGUI using PEARs and then 
>>> load and run the thing in with an embedded UIMA in my own tool.
>>>
>>> Regards,
>>>
>>> Richard Eckart
>>>
>>> Technische Universität Darmstadt
>>> Institute of Linguistics and Literary Studies
>>> Department of English Linguistics
>>>
>>> Hochschulstrasse 1
>>> 64289 Darmstadt
>>> Germany
>>>
>>>
>>>
>>
>
> Richard Eckart
>
> Technische Universität Darmstadt
> Institute of Linguistics and Literary Studies
> Department of English Linguistics
>
> Hochschulstrasse 1
> 64289 Darmstadt
> Germany
>
>
>


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