5 Replies Latest reply on Apr 4, 2003 12:12 PM by Sanne de

    Volunteers for TreeCacheView

    Bela Ban Master

      TreeCacheView needs to be vastly improved, e.g.

      - lifecycle: stop when underlying TreeCache is stopped/destroyed
      - GUI: not all updates reflect in a change in the GUI, this needs to be changed
      - GUI: better way of setting data etc etc etc

      Any volunteers ?

      Bela

        • 1. Re: Volunteers for TreeCacheView
          Sanne de Novice

          Hi Bela,

          I did a clean checkout of jboss-head, and tried to get cache working, but is seems broken for the moment.

          I saw the jboss-cache.jar ends-up in /lib/.
          I put the xml files in /server/default/deploy, but a class missing message came up: no deploy.
          It doesn't say which class...

          Any thing obvious I'm missing? XML configuration I'm missing?

          Regards,

          Sanne

          • 2. Re: Volunteers for TreeCacheView
            Bela Ban Master

            I started out with the 'default' configuration. Then I added jboss-cache.jar and treecache-service.xml into the server/default/deploy directory.

            I have no dependencies on anything else, so this should work. However, I was using my local latest CVS version of JavaGroups, so maybe that's the problem. I'll check out a fresh JBoss copy tomorrow and try to see whether this fails as well.

            Bela

            • 3. Re: Volunteers for TreeCacheView
              Sanne de Novice

              Ok. Thanks for the reply.

              Check /lib/, in my build jboss-cache ends up there during build. I can redeploy it in /server/default/deploy, but that isn't logical.

              Eitherway putting in the files from /cache/output/etc/ gives an error when put in /server/default/deploy


              Sanne

              • 4. Re: Volunteers for TreeCacheView
                Bela Ban Master


                > Check /lib/, in my build jboss-cache ends up
                > there during build.

                I did an install on a virginmachine, getting JBoss from the CVS. Everything was okay, the jboss-cache.jar file was in output/lib and treecache-service.xml in output/etc. This is as it should be.

                Copy jboss-cache.jar and treecache-service.xml to server//deploy. Once this is stable, I'll add it to (probably) the 'add' configuration.


                > I can redeploy it in
                > /server/default/deploy, but that isn't logical.

                Do it for now.

                > Eitherway putting in the files from
                > /cache/output/etc/ gives an error when put in
                > /server/default/deploy

                Yes sir, you'll need to add javagroups-all.jar to the deploy (or lib) directory. I was using the latest JavaGroups from CVS, I didn't try the one shipped with JBoss.
                Bela

                • 5. Re: Volunteers for TreeCacheView
                  Sanne de Novice

                  >
                  > > Check /lib/, in my build jboss-cache ends up
                  > > there during build.
                  >
                  > I did an install on a virginmachine, getting JBoss
                  > from the CVS. Everything was okay, the
                  > jboss-cache.jar file was in output/lib and
                  > treecache-service.xml in output/etc. This is as it
                  > should be.

                  Sorry, I meant JBossBuild /lib, together with /bin etc.

                  > Copy jboss-cache.jar and treecache-service.xml to
                  > server//deploy. Once this is stable, I'll add it
                  > to (probably) the 'add' configuration.
                  >
                  >
                  > > I can redeploy it in
                  > > /server/default/deploy, but that isn't logical.
                  >
                  > Do it for now.

                  There's the confusion! Come to think of it: previous mentioned /lib isn't part of the UCL is it?


                  > > Eitherway putting in the files from
                  > > /cache/output/etc/ gives an error when put in
                  > > /server/default/deploy
                  >
                  > Yes sir, you'll need to add javagroups-all.jar to the
                  > deploy (or lib) directory. I was using the latest
                  > JavaGroups from CVS, I didn't try the one shipped
                  > with JBoss.
                  > Bela

                  That's the magic word! With the javagroups-2.0 in the JBoss dist tree-service.xml deploys, cache-service not.

                  I'll get the latest and greatest javagroups.

                  Thanks,

                  Sanne