I'm trying to port some code I wrote. The purpose of this code is to call out to the rottentomatoes.com api and process the results.
What I have: Eclpise Indigo SP2 + JBoss Tools plugin.
I created a Java EE Web Project from the JBoss Central page. I added RestEASY and Guava to my pom under DependencyManagement. I made sure the versions I called for matched what was in my local JBoss AS7 install. I then added dependencies for both as provided. (Seems like there should be a complete bom for AS7.1.1 or whatever I'm running, but I couldn't find that. Am I doing even this right?)
Then I made a copy of the arquillian test that comes with the sample and I altered it to call my code. I removed the test datasource from the @Deployment method as my code does not require it.
I can run my new JUnit test and my code gets deployed and run. However, once I get to the meat of my code, one of the classes fails to load with:
Caused by: java.lang.ClassNotFoundException: com.google.common.base.Predicate from [Module "deployment.test.war:main" from Service Module Loader]
So that seems reasonable. I haven't written any kind of deployment info telling JBoss to include it's guava module in my classpath. However, Google isn't helping.
1. What do I do to my app to indicate that I want more modules available on my classpath?
2. Is there something in JBoss Tools to expedite this?
This seems like a reasonable question. Am I asking in the wrong place?