Me again, the main problem is that EVERY seam components in my application are not
I'm really lost here. I've put seam.properties everywhere, try to deploy with eclipse in an exploded folder on Tomcat and manually using a war, add an Autocreate annotations, etc...
It's like Seam does not read my classes to find my Seam Beans.
I think I have a little configuration problem... but I can't find it.
What is the magical step I miss to make available my Seam Beans ?
Eric, your name sounds french. Try to see if my blog article on developpez.com helps you.
I have begun a tutorial with some differencies from my blog article but it's not finished.
Thanks Philippe, I think I've already read your blog entry (that helps me up to a certain point :) )
The point is that I can see the
Welcome to Seampage. The real problem is the step after.
When I want to use the authentication page it does not work and I have the stack trace I've posted before.
Same thing if I want to add a Seam Bean an call it through a JSF page.
My application was working on JBoss (without using EJB and packaged into a WAR), then to speed up the development I've tried to move on Tomcat. And now I'm stuck with these problems.
Did you manage to add Seam Beans on your Tomcat Application ?
I've found the solution (since a long time but I've forgot to update my message).
In fact I've generated the project using the Eclipse Wizard.
This wizard create 2 src folders
- "main" is compiled into /WEB-INF/classes
- "hot" is compiled into /WEB-INF/dev (???)
So basically every classes where not into /WEB-INF/classes. I've removed the
hotsrc folder and now everything works on Tomcat.