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TedKirby
TedKirby
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Pinned topic stack overflow creating new OSGi bundle project

‏2010-11-05T17:51:42Z |
right-click, New -> OSGi Bundle Project. On the subsequent New OSGi Bundle Project panel, select Add Web support

After a bit, you get stack overflow error, and have to restart the workspace.

See attached log of the error.
Updated on 2010-11-10T22:03:37Z at 2010-11-10T22:03:37Z by SystemAdmin
  • TedKirby
    TedKirby
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    Re: stack overflow creating new OSGi bundle project

    ‏2010-11-05T18:03:52Z  
    workbench must be restarted. Same for clicking Add presistence support. The help does not match the code. The help talks of a drop down list to select these options, but they are checkboxes. Help also mentions a JSF option, which does not exist. Custom Advanced gives a JSF option. I am trying again to attach the log file...
  • TedKirby
    TedKirby
    8 Posts

    Re: stack overflow creating new OSGi bundle project

    ‏2010-11-05T18:06:54Z  
    • TedKirby
    • ‏2010-11-05T18:03:52Z
    workbench must be restarted. Same for clicking Add presistence support. The help does not match the code. The help talks of a drop down list to select these options, but they are checkboxes. Help also mentions a JSF option, which does not exist. Custom Advanced gives a JSF option. I am trying again to attach the log file...
    try to attach log file again. using FireFox v. Chrome this time. Maybe the attach is working, and I just don't see it in the forum?
  • TedKirby
    TedKirby
    8 Posts

    Re: stack overflow creating new OSGi bundle project

    ‏2010-11-05T18:41:17Z  
    • TedKirby
    • ‏2010-11-05T18:06:54Z
    try to attach log file again. using FireFox v. Chrome this time. Maybe the attach is working, and I just don't see it in the forum?
    I discovered a bypass. Choose Custom configuration, then click Advanced. There is a configuration drop-down list from which you may choose Web, JPA and JSF v1.1 or v1.2
  • SystemAdmin
    SystemAdmin
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    Re: stack overflow creating new OSGi bundle project

    ‏2010-11-08T14:05:31Z  
    • TedKirby
    • ‏2010-11-05T18:41:17Z
    I discovered a bypass. Choose Custom configuration, then click Advanced. There is a configuration drop-down list from which you may choose Web, JPA and JSF v1.1 or v1.2
    The help is referring to an older UI, we are working on updating the help.
    When we do so, a re-installation of the help feature is needed.
  • SystemAdmin
    SystemAdmin
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    Re: stack overflow creating new OSGi bundle project

    ‏2010-11-08T14:07:34Z  
    • TedKirby
    • ‏2010-11-05T18:06:54Z
    try to attach log file again. using FireFox v. Chrome this time. Maybe the attach is working, and I just don't see it in the forum?
    I am unable to reproduce this stack overflow on Windows. Currently investigating the stack that you sent us.
  • TedKirby
    TedKirby
    8 Posts

    Re: stack overflow creating new OSGi bundle project

    ‏2010-11-08T14:14:24Z  
    I am unable to reproduce this stack overflow on Windows. Currently investigating the stack that you sent us.
    Thanks. I can't reproduce it on windows either. I get the error on my mac.
  • SystemAdmin
    SystemAdmin
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    Re: stack overflow creating new OSGi bundle project

    ‏2010-11-10T22:03:37Z  
    • TedKirby
    • ‏2010-11-08T14:14:24Z
    Thanks. I can't reproduce it on windows either. I get the error on my mac.
    The help is updated on the live site, please uninstall, and reinstall the help features to get the most up to date help.