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From Tony Su <ton...@su-networking.com>
Subject Re: Error when running DocumentAnalyzer script
Date Thu, 15 Nov 2012 19:42:53 GMT
Minor Update.
Looking around, it looks like ActiveMQ is installed as a part of UIMA AS.

Although it's not certain to me at this time that runUimaClass.sh
absolutely requires ActiveMQ, I am re-installing UIMA AS replacing UIMA
Java Framework & SDK.


On Wed, Nov 14, 2012 at 10:22 PM, Tony Su <tonysu@su-networking.com> wrote:

> Looking at runUimaClass.sh,
> I see a reference to ActiveMQ which is supposed to be a subdirectory of
> UIMA_HOME which does not exist on my machine. I don't remember ActiveMQ was
> listed as a requirement in the documentation.
> Should I d/l and install ActiveMQ separately and install as
> runUimaClass.sh seems to expect?
> TIA,
> Tony
> On Nov 14, 2012 2:25 PM, "Tony Su" <tonysu@su-networking.com> wrote:
>> System    x64 openSUSE 12.2
>> Eclipse Juno
>> Hello,
>> Following the UIMA Tools video on YouTube,
>> "Click in Text to See Annotation Detail" does not seem to work.
>> I've noticed the displayed icon for "Annotations" is different, might
>> indicate not wired up to code behind?
>> I've posted a screenshot at
>> http://putztzu.github.com/error_screens/DocumentAnalyzer.png
>> I did set JAVA_HOME to a suitable JRE binary, until this was done, the
>> script would not run at all.
>> I did set UIMA_HOME to the apache-uima directory, and in the
>> uima-apache/bin directory ran "adjustExamplePaths.sh"
>> Expected behavior and appearance:
>> Expected the icon to be a bullet point like in the Video, instead is a
>> greyed out file folder.
>> Clicking on the text does not result in any activity.
>> Until this step, have been able to replicate every step in the video.
>> Other functionality in the window appears to be working, ie clicking to
>> toggle on/off "Sentence" and "Token"
>> Do not know if errors are supposed to be logged anywhere, but i did check
>> the syslog with no relevant entries.
>> TIA,'
>> Tony

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