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From Calvin Powers <cal...@cspowers.com>
Subject Re: Failed to build with "network downloads disabled" error message.
Date Tue, 18 Nov 2003 18:20:15 GMT
Hmmm,

Just on a  lark, I wondered if maybe my long file path to the code tree 
might be a problem, so I moved the code tree to the root directory of my 
drive and re-tried the build. Lo and Behold, the build worked just 
fine.  So then I dragged the exactsame directory back to its original 
location and retried the build. It failed with the same error as before. 
So I'm not sure why, but  my problem seemed to be related to the 
location of the tree. Possibly it's due to the very long path, possible 
it's due to spaces in the path?

Anyway, past my build problem. Woo Hoo!

--cp


Calvin Powers wrote:

> Howdy,
>
> I saw David Bau's presentation on XML Beans at ApacheCon today and have
> been trying to build the code tonight.
>
> When I run the ant build with the default target, I get the following:
>
> ===begin build messages===
> xsdschema.classes:
>     [java] C:\Documents and Settings\powers\My
> Documents\IBM\wsappdev51\workspa
> ce\sandbox\xml-xmlbeans\v1\src\xsdschema\schema\XMLSchema.xsd:0: error:
> Could no
> t load resource "http://www.w3.org/2001/xml.xsd" (network downloads
> disabled).
>     [java] C:\Documents and Settings\powers\My
> Documents\IBM\wsappdev51\workspa
> ce\sandbox\xml-xmlbeans\v1\src\xsdschema\schema\XMLSchema.xsd:0:
> warning: Schema
> <notation> is not yet supported for this release.
>     [java] C:\Documents and Settings\powers\My
> Documents\IBM\wsappdev51\workspa
> ce\sandbox\xml-xmlbeans\v1\src\xsdschema\schema\XMLSchema.xsd:0: error:
> Attribut
> e lang@http://www.w3.org/XML/1998/namespace not found.
>     [java] C:\Documents and Settings\powers\My
> Documents\IBM\wsappdev51\workspa
> ce\sandbox\xml-xmlbeans\v1\src\xsdschema\schema\XMLSchema.xsd:0: error:
> Attribut
> e lang@http://www.w3.org/XML/1998/namespace not found.
>     [java] Time to build schema type system: 3.705 seconds
>     [java] BUILD FAILED
>
>
>
> BUILD FAILED
> C:\Documents and Settings\powers\My
> Documents\IBM\wsappdev51\workspace\sandbox\x
> ml-xmlbeans\v1\build.xml:690: Java returned: 1
> ====end build messages =====
>
> I dug through the version 1 source, and tracked this down to
> StscImporter.java, which is printing this message out in response to a
> method in StscState called shouldDownLoadURI
>
> There's several things going on in shouldDownLoadURI, but the one that
> seems relevant is a check against a private variable called
> _doingDownloads.
>
> This is set in setOptions of the same class, apparently in response to
> an COMPILE_DOWNLOAD_URLS entry in a class called  XmlOptions. I
> backtracked this setting to two java files that appear to me to be some
> of the command line tools (InstanceValidator and SchemaCompiler) but I
> don't think I'm far enough into the build to be invoking these yet. (As
> far as I can tell, I'm still just doing plain java compiles.
>
> The other way this option can be set is if a system property called
> xmlbean.downloadurls is set to true. I tried half a dozen different ways
> to try to get this property set on the right javac invocation but could
> never quite seem to get it to work.
>
> I verified that I could download the http://www.w3.org/2001/xml.xsd from
> the web by pasting the URL into a browser.
>
> So I figure I've got some sort of set up problem where the
> xmlbean.downloadurls property is not being set.
>
> The other thing that puzzles me is that I see XMLScheme.xsd in the
> source tree, so I'm wondering if maybe something else is preventing the
> build from finding this file locally.
>
> Anyone have any advice?
>
> Thanks!
> Calvin Powers
>
>
>
>
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