Von: smila-dev-bounces@xxxxxxxxxxx [mailto:smila-dev-
bounces@xxxxxxxxxxx] Im Auftrag von Christian Weigel
Gesendet: Donnerstag, 21. Juni 2012 18:23
An: Smila project developer mailing list
Betreff: Re: [smila-dev] SMILA Eclipse Run Configuration - Search
Here's my own solution to the problem so far:
after some hours I finally created a completely new Run Configuration
according to the [SMILA-install-dir]/configuration/config.ini file.
removed the whole configuration folder from the integration
"SMILA.application" project (the search BPEL is using an old Lucene
that seems not to exist anymore in the distribution) and replaced it
complete configuration directory of the distribution.
Now everything seems to work so far from within Eclipse (let's wait
next hour taking issue).
Attached please find the new launch config. It does not contain any
<mapEntry>s as the SMILA.launch does - I don't know if they are
It should be tested and included into the integration packages for
Also the configuration directory should be replaced by the one from the
On 21.06.2012 10:49, Christian Weigel wrote:
I am setting up the dev environment for SMILA pipelets using
SMILA-1.0-win32.win32.x86 binary distribution and the
SMILA-1.0-integrator-examples. Almost everything is going well so far.
I can compile and deploy pipelet bundles at lease from within Eclipse
(as the osgi console tells me).
Running SMILA from within Eclipse also works. Creation of indexing job
via REST API etc. works BUT when run from Eclipse the search servelet
does NOT work correctly:
When running the SMILA.launch - configuration there are validation
errors (see attachment). Ignoring these SMILA still starts up and
works as describe above but a call to
ends up with:
javax.servlet.UnavailableException: Servlet Not Initialized at
Resolving the Bundle validation errors by checking the required
bundles (after that there are 182 instead of 165 bundles) and
Reloading the target platform wihtin Eclipse the error changes to
So the servlet seems to work now but some of the required solr/lucene
bundles still seem to be missing. I tried to manually activate some of
them via OSGI console but with no success so far.
Could someone possibly provide a launch configuration that
a) resolves the validation errors
b) contains and starts up required bundles in order to use the search
when starting SMILA 1.0 from within Eclipse.
Thank you and best regards,
smila-dev mailing list
Dipl.-Ing. Christian Weigel
Audio-visual Systems group
Fraunhofer Institute for Digital Media Technology IDMT Ehrenbergstr. 31
98693 Ilmenau, Germany
Phone +49 3677 467-117
Fax +49 3677 467-467