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Re: [ecf-dev] Problem regarding hello.ds examples.
- From: Jeff Hamm <Jeff.Hamm@xxxxxxx>
- Date: Thu, 16 Sep 2010 22:00:30 +0000
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- Thread-topic: [ecf-dev] Problem regarding hello.ds examples.
Hi Scott --
I finally got the client side to work thanks to your HelloMessage addition. I saw that you had placed the HelloMessage.java class in the ...hello package, not the hello.impl package.
I just had to move my class and it worked.(duh...) Now that it does work I think I understand why it was not ( if that makes sense :) )
I've just read your email on the other ecf services. I will respond in that message.
From: ecf-dev-bounces@xxxxxxxxxxx [mailto:ecf-dev-bounces@xxxxxxxxxxx] On Behalf Of Scott Lewis
Sent: Thursday, September 16, 2010 4:34 PM
Subject: Re: [ecf-dev] Problem regarding hello.ds examples.
On 9/16/2010 1:23 PM, Jeff Hamm wrote:
> HI Scott,
> I just realized when I said that I was seeing the warning
> WARNING: Port 9278 already in use. This instance of R-OSGi is running
> on port 9279
> I see that this is appearing when I start the client side, not the server side. I have gone through my .product file to try and figure out where this is coming from to no avail. What would be causing this message to appear on the client side? Should I disable r-OSGI for client instance when I run it?
That shouldn't be necessary. It's OK that r-OSGi runs on port 9279 on the consumer/client...as the example consumer doesn't expose any remote services. Of course if it did (or is modified to do so), then this would make a difference.
BTW, I've released to HEAD the new version of the IHello remote service interface (i.e. with HelloMessage), along with changes to example host and consumer.
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