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From "Paul Fremantle" <pzf...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: Link jUDDI 0.9rc4 to Synapse 1.2
Date Thu, 11 Dec 2008 14:19:01 GMT
On Thu, Dec 11, 2008 at 1:13 PM, Pasquale Campitiello
<pas.campitiello@gmail.com> wrote:
> When you talk about a new Endpoint type you refer to this interface
> http://synapse.apache.org/apidocs/org/apache/synapse/endpoints/Endpoint.html
> or to the classes indicated as
> "All Known Implementing Classes: AddressEndpoint, DefaultEndpoint,
> FailoverEndpoint, IndirectEndpoint, LoadbalanceEndpoint,
> SALoadbalanceEndpoint, WSDLEndpoint" ?

Yes

> Is that a fast solution?

Yes


> What is wrong or right in our previous XML sample syntax?

I like this one:
<endpoint>
        <uddi tmodel="uuid:EA9D6C10-C56F-11DD-ABCC-D8EB6125F14E" />
       </endpoint>

The only thing wrong is we need to code it!

Paul
>
> Thanks
> Pasquale
>
>
> 2008/12/11 Paul Fremantle <pzfreo@gmail.com>
>>
>> Pasquale
>>
>> You have to write some new Java code. The current Synapse code has no
>> support for jUDDI or UDDI. Ideally we would extend the Synapse code to
>> understand a new Endpoint type (the Endpoint type is extensible).
>>
>> To extend Synapse you must usually write both a new XML syntax (like
>> the ones you have been trying), the code to parse that XML, and the
>> underlying code to act on that information (in this case the code to
>> make a query from UDDI and to pass the right URL back to the rest of
>> Synapse).
>>
>> Paul
>>
>> On Wed, Dec 10, 2008 at 10:05 PM, Pasquale Campitiello
>> <pas.campitiello@gmail.com> wrote:
>> > We also tried this:
>> >
>> > <definitions xmlns="http://ws.apache.org/ns/synapse">
>> >     <sequence name="main">
>> >         <in>
>> >             <send>
>> >                 <!-- get epr from the given wsdl -->
>> >                 <endpoint>
>> >                     <parameter
>> > name="tModelKey">uuid:EA9D6C10-C56F-11DD-ABCC-D8EB6125F14E"</parameter>
>> >                     <address uri="http://localhost:8080/juddi"/>
>> >                     <parameter name="userID">juddi</parameter>
>> >                 </endpoint>
>> >             </send>
>> >         </in>
>> >         <out>
>> >             <send/>
>> >         </out>
>> >     </sequence>
>> > </definitions>
>> >
>> > And the server doesn't return exceptions. It seems all right, but we
>> > don't
>> > know if it is a correct implementation!
>> > How can we undestand if this is a correct implementation?
>> > Once we start Synapse with this sample, this endpoint will return
>> > something?
>> > What are the effects and where are they visible?
>> >
>> > Thank you
>> >
>> > Pasquale
>> >
>> >
>> >
>> >
>> > 2008/12/9 Pasquale Campitiello <pas.campitiello@gmail.com>
>> >>
>> >> Hi,
>> >>
>> >> in order to create the endpoint, we looked at sample 56 in
>> >> http://synapse.apache.org/Synapse_Samples.html.
>> >> We followed this link
>> >> http://www.descriptor.com/articles/web-services/juddi-p2.html to know
>> >> how
>> >> publish WSDL with jUDDI console. Now we published some example WSDL,
>> >> and we
>> >> have some information about them: business key, tModel key, ecc. We
>> >> know
>> >> also that, running axis2server, at
>> >> http://localhost:9000/soap/SimpleStockQuoteService?wsdl there is the
>> >> WSDL
>> >> for "SimpleStockQuoteService".
>> >> Starting from this information we roughly tried to modify
>> >> synapse_sample_56.xml, and we saved the following file in sample
>> >> directory
>> >> like synapse_sample_500.xml:
>> >>
>> >> <definitions xmlns="http://ws.apache.org/ns/synapse">
>> >>  <sequence name="main">
>> >>     <in>
>> >>       <send>
>> >>        <!--  get epr from the given wsdl
>> >>         -->
>> >>        <endpoint>
>> >>         <uddi tmodel="uuid:EA9D6C10-C56F-11DD-ABCC-D8EB6125F14E" />
>> >>        </endpoint>
>> >>       </send>
>> >>     </in>
>> >>     <out>
>> >>       <send />
>> >>     </out>
>> >>  </sequence>
>> >> </definitions>
>> >>
>> >> We inserted the tModel key of the WSDL we published with jUDDI
>> >> ("uuid:EA9D6C10-C56F-11DD-ABCC-D8EB6125F14E").
>> >>
>> >> Now, we:
>> >> -> deploy the SimpleStockQuoteService
>> >> -> start the sample Axis2 server.
>> >> -> start the Synapse configuration numbered 500 (synapse -sample 500)
>> >>
>> >> and the server is "Ready for processing"! Now we don't understand if
>> >> this
>> >> is correct or it is accidental!
>> >>
>> >> We think that it is also correct to insert
>> >> http://localhost:9000/soap/SimpleStockQuoteService?wsdl  in sample XML,
>> >> but
>> >> we don't know how. We did many other XML attempts, but everytime we got
>> >> some
>> >> exception.
>> >> We also searched in the UDDI2.0 specification but we didn't find any
>> >> useful information about endpoints, and WSDL. We are searching in the
>> >> WSDL
>> >> specification.
>> >>
>> >> Now the questions are:
>> >>
>> >> 1) How we can create correctly the endpoint? Is the Synapse sample 56
>> >> useful in this way?
>> >>
>> >> 2) Just to have the tModel key is sufficient to link to Synapse to the
>> >> service WSDL?
>> >>
>> >> 3) Once we created the endpoint what we have to do precisely? And how
>> >> about the interface[s] to implement?
>> >>
>> >> Thanks
>> >>
>> >> Pasquale Campitiello
>> >>
>> >>
>> >>
>> >> 2008/12/7 Pasquale Campitiello <pas.campitiello@gmail.com>
>> >>>
>> >>> I recompiled the Synapse source with JDK5_10 and now both jUDDI and
>> >>> Synapse run without problems.
>> >>>
>> >>> We are searching for information about endpoint on UDDI2.0 and WSDL2.0
>> >>> specifications.
>> >>>
>> >>> Pasquale
>> >>>
>> >>> 2008/12/4 Pasquale Campitiello <pas.campitiello@gmail.com>
>> >>>>
>> >>>> Ok. We published a generic service generic SimpleStockQuote with
>> >>>> jUDDI.
>> >>>> This XML file summarize all the basic data of the service (tmodel,
>> >>>> url
>> >>>> ecc):
>> >>>>
>> >>>> <?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?><soapenv:Envelope
>> >>>> xmlns:soapenv="http://schemas.xmlsoap.org/soap/envelope/"
>> >>>> xmlns:xsd="http://www.w3.org/2001/XMLSchema"
>> >>>> xmlns:xsi="http://www.w3.org/2001/XMLSchema-instance">
>> >>>>  <soapenv:Body>
>> >>>>   <serviceDetail generic="2.0" operator="jUDDI.org"
>> >>>> xmlns="urn:uddi-org:api_v2">
>> >>>>    <businessService
>> >>>> businessKey="23E5A350-C22A-11DD-A350-8D826382C57F"
>> >>>> serviceKey="471A6F80-C22B-11DD-AF80-A18B79866E43">
>> >>>>     <name>Stock Quote Service</name>
>> >>>>     <description>prova 1 dam</description>
>> >>>>     <bindingTemplates>
>> >>>>      <bindingTemplate
>> >>>> bindingKey="472B1150-C22B-11DD-9150-87412D5B2DA6"
>> >>>> serviceKey="471A6F80-C22B-11DD-AF80-A18B79866E43">
>> >>>>       <accessPoint
>> >>>>
>> >>>> URLType="http">http://localhost:9000/soap/SimpleStockQuoteService</accessPoint>
>> >>>>       <tModelInstanceDetails>
>> >>>>        <tModelInstanceInfo
>> >>>> tModelKey="uuid:BB4AF650-C22A-11DD-B650-F49EB0FF9773">
>> >>>>         <instanceDetails>
>> >>>>          <overviewDoc>
>> >>>>
>> >>>>
>> >>>> <overviewURL>http://localhost:9000/soap/SimpleStockQuoteService?wsdl</overviewURL>
>> >>>>          </overviewDoc>
>> >>>>         </instanceDetails>
>> >>>>        </tModelInstanceInfo>
>> >>>>       </tModelInstanceDetails>
>> >>>>      </bindingTemplate>
>> >>>>     </bindingTemplates>
>> >>>>    </businessService>
>> >>>>   </serviceDetail>
>> >>>>  </soapenv:Body>
>> >>>> </soapenv:Envelope>
>> >>>> --------------------------------
>> >>>>
>> >>>> in particular (we read on the web):
>> >>>>
>> >>>> The accessPoint, by convention, is the service's endpoint URL
>> >>>> This tModelKey ties the service and binding template to the tModel
we
>> >>>> create earlier
>> >>>>
>> >>>> Now, starting from there how can we write the correct endpoint?
>> >>>> Or, at least, what are the information we can use from this XML
to
>> >>>> create later the UDDI endpoint?
>> >>>>
>> >>>> Thanks
>> >>>>
>> >>>> Pasquale
>> >>>>
>> >>>>
>> >>>>
>> >>>> 2008/12/3 Pasquale Campitiello <pas.campitiello@gmail.com>
>> >>>>>
>> >>>>> Ok. We solved that problem.
>> >>>>>
>> >>>>> I reinstalled the JDK 5.0 Update 10. The problem was not in
the
>> >>>>> CLASSPATH or the JAVA_HOME, but it was the JVM used by Apache
>> >>>>> Tomcat: I
>> >>>>> right clicked on the Monitor Tomcat icon --> Configure...
--> tab
>> >>>>> Java -->
>> >>>>> browse and set the JDK 5.0_10 JVM (in my case
>> >>>>> C:\Programmi\Java\jdk_jee_5u10\jdk\jre\bin\server\jvm.dll).
>> >>>>>
>> >>>>> I go on with the project. Now I have to recompile Synapse under
JDK
>> >>>>> 5.0
>> >>>>> Update 10.
>> >>>>>
>> >>>>> Pasquale
>> >>>>>
>> >>>>>
>> >>>>>
>> >>>>> 2008/12/1 Paul Fremantle <pzfreo@gmail.com>
>> >>>>>>
>> >>>>>> I'm hoping someone on jUDDI will respond, because I have
to admit I
>> >>>>>> don't know.
>> >>>>>>
>> >>>>>> Paul
>> >>>>>>
>> >>>>>> On Mon, Dec 1, 2008 at 7:50 PM, Pasquale Campitiello
>> >>>>>> <pas.campitiello@gmail.com> wrote:
>> >>>>>> > Perfect. Now I'm able to see the log in the console.
I do within
>> >>>>>> > Eclipse:
>> >>>>>> >
>> >>>>>> > menu Run --> Open Run Dialog... --> Classpath
tab --> select
>> >>>>>> > Bootstrap
>> >>>>>> > Entries --> click Advanced --> Add external folder
--> select
>> >>>>>> > %SYNAPSE_HOME%\lib --> then click Up to move it
up within
>> >>>>>> > Bootstrap
>> >>>>>> > Entries
>> >>>>>> > (however it suffice add %SYNAPSE_HOME%\lib in Bootstrap
Entries).
>> >>>>>> >
>> >>>>>> > Now, I'm studying how jUDDI looks to WSDL, how jUDDI
can provide
>> >>>>>> > UDDI
>> >>>>>> > methods. I configured correctly jUDDI: I can see the
"Happy
>> >>>>>> > jUDDI!"
>> >>>>>> > page
>> >>>>>> > without errors. But I have a common problem: in the
jUDDI console
>> >>>>>> > when I
>> >>>>>> > click get_authToken to obtain an authentication token,
and I
>> >>>>>> > insert
>> >>>>>> > my user
>> >>>>>> > and cred I get always the same error:
>> >>>>>> >
>> >>>>>> > <?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8" ?>
>> >>>>>> > <SOAP-ENV:Envelope
>> >>>>>> > xmlns:SOAP-ENV="http://schemas.xmlsoap.org/soap/envelope/">
>> >>>>>> > <SOAP-ENV:Header/>
>> >>>>>> > <SOAP-ENV:Body>
>> >>>>>> > <SOAP-ENV:Fault>
>> >>>>>> > <faultcode>SOAP-ENV:Server</faultcode>
>> >>>>>> > <faultstring>Fault string, and possibly fault
code, not
>> >>>>>> > set</faultstring>
>> >>>>>> > </SOAP-ENV:Fault>
>> >>>>>> > </SOAP-ENV:Body>
>> >>>>>> > </SOAP-ENV:Envelope>
>> >>>>>> >
>> >>>>>> > I tried every possible combination of user and cred
("juddi" +
>> >>>>>> > "juddi",
>> >>>>>> > "juddi" + "";    "juddi" + "123456";    "jdoe" + "",
   ecc.),
>> >>>>>> > but
>> >>>>>> > everytime
>> >>>>>> > I got this SOAP response. To configure jUDDI I followed
the
>> >>>>>> > official
>> >>>>>> > document
>> >>>>>> >
>> >>>>>> >
>> >>>>>> > http://svn.apache.org/viewvc/webservices/juddi/trunk/docs/Getting-Started.pdf?revision=547750
>> >>>>>> > so my configuration file are exactly like specified
in the
>> >>>>>> > document.
>> >>>>>> >
>> >>>>>> > Googling I read about changing the JDK version. I tried
JDK 5
>> >>>>>> > update
>> >>>>>> > 10, JDK
>> >>>>>> > 5 update 16, JDK + JEE 5 update 10, but nothing changed,
and
>> >>>>>> > besides
>> >>>>>> > with
>> >>>>>> > this versions I can't run Synapse. Now with JDK + JEE
6 update
>> >>>>>> > 10, I
>> >>>>>> > can run
>> >>>>>> > Synapse but I'm still blocked with jUDDI.
>> >>>>>> >
>> >>>>>> > Someone can help me? [I post this e-mail also in the
jUDDI dev
>> >>>>>> > mailing list]
>> >>>>>> >
>> >>>>>> > Thanks
>> >>>>>> >
>> >>>>>> > Pasquale
>> >>>>>> >
>> >>>>>> >
>> >>>>>> > 2008/11/29 Hiranya Jayathilaka <hiranya911@gmail.com>
>> >>>>>> >>
>> >>>>>> >> Hi Pasquale,
>> >>>>>> >> Good to hear that you managed to start and stop
Synapse from
>> >>>>>> >> within
>> >>>>>> >> your
>> >>>>>> >> IDE. Both Eclipse and Idea enable you to configure
the
>> >>>>>> >> classpath.
>> >>>>>> >> AFAIK in Eclipse you have to configure classpath
from your
>> >>>>>> >> run/debug
>> >>>>>> >> configuration window. Open up your run configuration
window, go
>> >>>>>> >> to
>> >>>>>> >> the
>> >>>>>> >> classpath tab and hit the advanced button. Then
you can add a
>> >>>>>> >> directory of
>> >>>>>> >> your choice to the project classpath.
>> >>>>>> >> In Idea you should go to settings and hit the project
settings
>> >>>>>> >> button and
>> >>>>>> >> make your changes to the classpath from there.
(Look for a
>> >>>>>> >> window
>> >>>>>> >> where you
>> >>>>>> >> can specify project dependencies)
>> >>>>>> >> In both IDEs classpath items are shown in a list.
You can
>> >>>>>> >> generally
>> >>>>>> >> select
>> >>>>>> >> items and change the order in which they appear.
The first item
>> >>>>>> >> in
>> >>>>>> >> the list
>> >>>>>> >> will be the first entry in your classpath string.
>> >>>>>> >> Hope this helps. Good luck.
>> >>>>>> >> Thanks
>> >>>>>> >> Best Regards,
>> >>>>>> >> Hiranya
>> >>>>>> >> On Sat, Nov 29, 2008 at 4:40 AM, Pasquale Campitiello
>> >>>>>> >> <pas.campitiello@gmail.com> wrote:
>> >>>>>> >>>
>> >>>>>> >>> Ok. Now I'm really able to run Synapse into
Eclipse.
>> >>>>>> >>> Hiranya, I tried to stop Synapse (and so the
javaw.exe process)
>> >>>>>> >>> hitting
>> >>>>>> >>> the stop button on Eclipse Console and it is
ok. I also tried
>> >>>>>> >>> the
>> >>>>>> >>> QuickStart
>> >>>>>> >>> guide of Synapse, launching the configuration
"sample 0" and
>> >>>>>> >>> "sample 150"
>> >>>>>> >>> within Eclipse, and everything successfully
completed.
>> >>>>>> >>>
>> >>>>>> >>> But, yet I'm not able to configure the Log4J.
I know that
>> >>>>>> >>> IntelliJ
>> >>>>>> >>> IDEA
>> >>>>>> >>> is a commercial IDE and it is possile to apply/buy
several
>> >>>>>> >>> types
>> >>>>>> >>> of
>> >>>>>> >>> licenses, but I don't know precisely what I
have to do with it
>> >>>>>> >>> for
>> >>>>>> >>> configuring "$BASE_DIR/lib directory to the
front of the
>> >>>>>> >>> classpath".
>> >>>>>> >>>
>> >>>>>> >>> Do I have to install IntelliJ IDEA (with "Classroom
license", I
>> >>>>>> >>> suppose,
>> >>>>>> >>> because I'm doing this work for univesity...)?
>> >>>>>> >>> Do I have to import Synapse into IDEA? How
can I set
>> >>>>>> >>> "$BASE_DIR/lib
>> >>>>>> >>> directory to the front of the classpath"?
>> >>>>>> >>> Is it impossibile to configure the Log4J in
Eclipse, without
>> >>>>>> >>> IDEA?
>> >>>>>> >>>
>> >>>>>> >>> Thank you
>> >>>>>> >>>
>> >>>>>> >>> Pasquale
>> >>>>>> >>>
>> >>>>>> >>>
>> >>>>>> >>> 2008/11/25 Hiranya Jayathilaka <hiranya911@gmail.com>
>> >>>>>> >>>>
>> >>>>>> >>>> Hi Pasquale,
>> >>>>>> >>>>
>> >>>>>> >>>> Please see my comments in-line.
>> >>>>>> >>>>
>> >>>>>> >>>> On Tue, Nov 25, 2008 at 4:48 AM, Pasquale
Campitiello
>> >>>>>> >>>> <pas.campitiello@gmail.com> wrote:
>> >>>>>> >>>>>
>> >>>>>> >>>>> I'm proceeding with my project to create
an interface to
>> >>>>>> >>>>> connect
>> >>>>>> >>>>> jUDDI
>> >>>>>> >>>>> 0.9rc4 and Synapse 1.4. I have some
questions:
>> >>>>>> >>>>>
>> >>>>>> >>>>> 1) I imported the source code of Synapse
in Eclipse with the
>> >>>>>> >>>>> parameter
>> >>>>>> >>>>> specified by Asankha Perera in the
last mail. But I don't
>> >>>>>> >>>>> understand this:
>> >>>>>> >>>>>
>> >>>>>> >>>>>> I use the classpath from the IDE
project, and with IDEA, I
>> >>>>>> >>>>>> add
>> >>>>>> >>>>>> the
>> >>>>>> >>>>>> $BASE_DIR/lib directory to the
front of the classpath to
>> >>>>>> >>>>>> make
>> >>>>>> >>>>>> sure my
>> >>>>>> >>>>>> log4j.properties is correctly picked
up and the normal logs
>> >>>>>> >>>>>> appear
>> >>>>>> >>>>>
>> >>>>>> >>>>> It is about the object log (I see that
this object is used
>> >>>>>> >>>>> very
>> >>>>>> >>>>> much)?
>> >>>>>> >>>>> And where is a logfile?
>> >>>>>> >>>>
>> >>>>>> >>>> Synapse uses Apache Commons Logging and
Log4J for logging
>> >>>>>> >>>> purposes. The
>> >>>>>> >>>> logging configuration is specified in a
file called
>> >>>>>> >>>> log4j.properties which
>> >>>>>> >>>> generally resides in the $BASE_DIR/lib
directory. By adding
>> >>>>>> >>>> this
>> >>>>>> >>>> directory
>> >>>>>> >>>> to the beginning of your classpath you
make the
>> >>>>>> >>>> log4.properties
>> >>>>>> >>>> file get a
>> >>>>>> >>>> higher precedence over the other configuration
files. This
>> >>>>>> >>>> will
>> >>>>>> >>>> enable
>> >>>>>> >>>> Synapse to print out some useful log statements
on you IDE
>> >>>>>> >>>> console while it
>> >>>>>> >>>> is operating within your IDE.
>> >>>>>> >>>>
>> >>>>>> >>>>>
>> >>>>>> >>>>>
>> >>>>>> >>>>> THANK YOU
>> >>>>>> >>>>>
>> >>>>>> >>>>> Pasquale Campitiello
>> >>>>>> >>>>>
>> >>>>>> >>>>>
>> >>>>>> >>>>>
>> >>>>>> >>>>>
>> >>>>>> >>>>>
>> >>>>>> >>>>>
>> >>>>>> >>>>>
>> >>>>>> >>>>>
>> >>>>>> >>>>>
>> >>>>>> >>>>>
>> >>>>>> >>>>> 2008/11/13 Pasquale Campitiello <pas.campitiello@gmail.com>
>> >>>>>> >>>>>>
>> >>>>>> >>>>>> I thank you very much for your
help, really I'm a beginner
>> >>>>>> >>>>>> but
>> >>>>>> >>>>>> I need
>> >>>>>> >>>>>> to do this work (hard, for me).
>> >>>>>> >>>>>>
>> >>>>>> >>>>>> However, ok, in this weekend I
will prepare my computer to
>> >>>>>> >>>>>> run
>> >>>>>> >>>>>> everything (now I have to format
for several problems).
>> >>>>>> >>>>>> Then I will try to import the project
in Eclipse, and I will
>> >>>>>> >>>>>> ask you
>> >>>>>> >>>>>> my doubts.
>> >>>>>> >>>>>> For example, in the first place
what is "implementing a UDDI
>> >>>>>> >>>>>> endpoint,
>> >>>>>> >>>>>> that gets the actual endpoint from
UDDI"?.
>> >>>>>> >>>>>>
>> >>>>>> >>>>>> Thanks
>> >>>>>> >>>>>>
>> >>>>>> >>>>>> Pasquale
>> >>>>>> >>>>>>
>> >>>>>> >>>>>>
>> >>>>>> >>>>>> 2008/11/13 Asankha C. Perera <asankha@apache.org>
>> >>>>>> >>>>>>>
>> >>>>>> >>>>>>> Pasquale
>> >>>>>> >>>>>>>>
>> >>>>>> >>>>>>>> As for getting the Synapse
code into Eclipse, try mvn
>> >>>>>> >>>>>>>> eclipse
>> >>>>>> >>>>>>>>
>> >>>>>> >>>>>>>
>> >>>>>> >>>>>>> Yes, first do a full online
build with "mvn clean install"
>> >>>>>> >>>>>>> (or
>> >>>>>> >>>>>>> "mvn
>> >>>>>> >>>>>>> clean install -Dmaven.test.skip"
if unit tests fail), and
>> >>>>>> >>>>>>> then
>> >>>>>> >>>>>>> do "mvn
>> >>>>>> >>>>>>> eclipse:eclipse" to build the
project.
>> >>>>>> >>>>>>>
>> >>>>>> >>>>>>> To run the default configuration
from the IDE, what I
>> >>>>>> >>>>>>> normally
>> >>>>>> >>>>>>> do is,
>> >>>>>> >>>>>>> build and extract the binary
Zip to some location, and use
>> >>>>>> >>>>>>> that location as
>> >>>>>> >>>>>>> the base directory and start
the Synapse engine as follows:
>> >>>>>> >>>>>>>
>> >>>>>> >>>>>>> Main class: org.apache.synapse.SynapseServer
>> >>>>>> >>>>>>> VM params: -server -Xms256M
-Xmx256M
>> >>>>>> >>>>>>> -Dcom.sun.management.jmxremote
>> >>>>>> >>>>>>> Program parameters:
>> >>>>>> >>>>>>> /home/asankha/java/synapse-1.2/repository
>> >>>>>> >>>>>>>  /home/asankha/java/synapse-1.2/repository/conf/axis2.xml
>> >>>>>> >>>>>>>  /home/asankha/java/synapse-1.2/
>> >>>>>> >>>>>>> /home/asankha/java/synapse-1.2/repository/conf/synapse.xml
>> >>>>>> >>>>>>> Working directory: /home/asankha/java/synapse-1.2
>> >>>>>> >>>>>>>
>> >>>>>> >>>>>>> I use the classpath from the
IDE project, and with IDEA, I
>> >>>>>> >>>>>>> add
>> >>>>>> >>>>>>> the
>> >>>>>> >>>>>>> $BASE_DIR/lib directory to
the front of the classpath to
>> >>>>>> >>>>>>> make
>> >>>>>> >>>>>>> sure my
>> >>>>>> >>>>>>> log4j.properties is correctly
picked up and the normal logs
>> >>>>>> >>>>>>> appear
>> >>>>>> >>>>>>>
>> >>>>>> >>>>>>> From here onwards, Synapse
can run purely within the IDE
>> >>>>>> >>>>>>>
>> >>>>>> >>>>>>> asankha
>> >>>>>> >>>>>>>
>> >>>>>> >>>>>>> --
>> >>>>>> >>>>>>> Asankha C. Perera
>> >>>>>> >>>>>>> http://adroitlogic.org
>> >>>>>> >>>>>>>
>> >>>>>> >>>>>>> http://esbmagic.blogspot.com
>> >>>>>> >>>>>>>
>> >>>>>> >>>>>>>
>> >>>>>> >>>>>>>
>> >>>>>> >>>>>>>
>> >>>>>> >>>>>>> ---------------------------------------------------------------------
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>> >>>>>> >>>>>>> dev-help@synapse.apache.org
>> >>>>>> >>>>>>>
>> >>>>>> >>>>>>
>> >>>>>> >>>>>
>> >>>>>> >>>>
>> >>>>>> >>>
>> >>>>>> >>
>> >>>>>> >
>> >>>>>> >
>> >>>>>> >
>> >>>>>>
>> >>>>>>
>> >>>>>>
>> >>>>>> --
>> >>>>>> Paul Fremantle
>> >>>>>> Co-Founder and CTO, WSO2
>> >>>>>> Apache Synapse PMC Chair
>> >>>>>> OASIS WS-RX TC Co-chair
>> >>>>>>
>> >>>>>> blog: http://pzf.fremantle.org
>> >>>>>> paul@wso2.com
>> >>>>>>
>> >>>>>> "Oxygenating the Web Service Platform", www.wso2.com
>> >>>>>>
>> >>>>>>
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>> >>>>>>
>> >>>>>
>> >>>>
>> >>>
>> >>
>> >
>> >
>>
>>
>>
>> --
>> Paul Fremantle
>> Co-Founder and CTO, WSO2
>> Apache Synapse PMC Chair
>> OASIS WS-RX TC Co-chair
>>
>> blog: http://pzf.fremantle.org
>> paul@wso2.com
>>
>> "Oxygenating the Web Service Platform", www.wso2.com
>>
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Paul Fremantle
Co-Founder and CTO, WSO2
Apache Synapse PMC Chair
OASIS WS-RX TC Co-chair

blog: http://pzf.fremantle.org
paul@wso2.com

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