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From Sean Crist <Sean.Cr...@humedica.com>
Subject Re: Annotator class name is required for a primitive Analysis Engine
Date Mon, 16 Nov 2015 14:00:58 GMT

That was the problem.  Thank you.

‹Sean Crist

On 11/13/15, 4:50 PM, "Matthew DeAngelis" <ronin78@gmail.com> wrote:

>Hi Sean,
>Have you specified the name of the class file from the source folder? It's
>been a while since I did the tutorial, but in descriptor file, under the
>Overview tab, in the "Name of the Java class file" field, I have
>"org.apache.uima.tutorial.ex1.RoomNumberAnnotator". In general, this field
>specifies the actual Java class that implements annotation using the .xml
>file as a descriptor.
>On Fri, Nov 13, 2015 at 1:36 PM, Sean Crist <Sean.Crist@humedica.com>
>> Hello,
>> I¹m working through the UIMA tutorial at
>> http://uima.apache.org/doc-uima-annotator.html .  Before writing to this
>> list, I searched Google at length.  I also made a new project and did
>> whole tutorial again, in case I missed something.
>> To test the annotator, I ran CVD as instructed.  Within CVD, I chose Run
>> -> Load AE, and chose RoomNumberAnnotatorDescriptor.xml.  At that
>>point, I
>> get this alert:
>> org.apache.uima.resource.ResourceInitializationException: Annotator
>> name is required for a primitive Analysis Engine.  (Descriptor: file:
>> This would seem to suggest that my annotator class isn¹t in the class
>> path.  I did follow the earlier instruction to add the
>> project to the classpath.
>> There are very few matches in Google for this particular error, so I¹m
>> guessing that something quirky and unusual has gone wrong here.  I¹m
>> Eclipse for Mac,  Mars.1, Release 4.5.1.
>> Thanks,
>> --Sean Crist

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