#130 can't get Easy Struts to work

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2004-03-26
2004-03-26
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Hi,

I have tried in getting Easy Struts (both versions 0.6.3
and 0.6.4) to work with the full Eclipse SDK (both
versions 2.1.2 and 2.1.3, Windows, with PDE), have
searched your site and the Internet for assistance, and
has spent about a day trying to get the plug-in to work. I
have both the Sysdeo Tomcat Launcher and Struts 1.1
successfully installed. I'm hoping that maybe you can
help.

Here's the sequence of events that I have tried:

1. Configured both the Tomcat and Easy Struts
preference panels

2. Successfully used the New Tomcat Project wizard to
create a test project, with its files within
<Tomcat-dir>/webapps/test directory.

3. Selected the project, then selected File> New> Other>
Easy Struts> Add Easy Struts Support

4. Click the Next button. When I did this, nothing seemed
to happen. The Finish button stayed dim, and I had to
select Cancel. The same thing happens if I select any
other Easy Struts action from the menu.

Earlier, I also tried putting a struts-config.xml file in the
proper place and invoking Easy Struts on the file by
right-clicking it. This caused an "editor could not be
found" error message.

I have looked at the Eclipse log file, but I cannot
understand the error messages. I will attach my latest log
file to this message.

You can reach me at gwbulk AT pubspace DOT com.
Thanks for your help.

Best wishes,

Gregg Williams

Discussion

  • Gregg Williams

    Gregg Williams - 2004-03-26

    Eclipse log file

     
  • andres

    andres - 2004-04-22

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    I am having the same problem, and the same error log
    Platform: Debian Linux Testing
    JDK: Sun JDK 1.4.1-04
    Eclipse:2.1.3
    EasyStruts 0.6.3

    Did you find any workaround?

     
  • andres

    andres - 2004-04-24

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    My ploblem was solved upgrading to version 0.6.4

     

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