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From Tammo van Lessen <tvanles...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: Apache ODE - Helloworld example - No services displayed
Date Sun, 27 Feb 2011 22:32:05 GMT
Well, I got your point, basically it's a matter of time. Sajith has  
actually successfully deployed the process (number of processes > 0).  
The last tab in the console gives some information about the deployed  
processes, also the wsdls and eprs. Basically, I think replacing ode/ 
services with ode/processes in the urls given in the tutorial should  
bring you a step further.

Please also note that the tutorial is not part of the official ode  
docs and has been provided by Simon and me after implementing an  
initial ODE deployer for eclipse, Since then both projects have moved  
forward, so yes, it would be great if someone would spent some time  
and update the document. But since two projects are involved, keeping  
it always up to date is rather difficult.

   Tammo van Lessen

(brief, because written on a mobile device)

Am 27.02.2011 um 21:23 schrieb AmirBehzad Eslami <behzad.eslami@gmail.com 

> I would love to publish a tutorial on how to play HelloWorld,
> and I like to release some docs on the subject.
> BUT ONLY IF I had the chance to run the first example correctly! :D
> Are you an ODE Developer?
> You're telling me:
> [...] For each ODE release I test the hello world process, and it
> perfectly works for me.
> Indeed?
> Programmers, Developers, Project Managers, blah blah are not users!
> Just take a look at the archived version of list.
> Tammo, people are failing at the very first step!
> That's what i'm complaining about.
> We all already know that the tutorial is very old. You already know  
> that, too.
> Thank god, he knows. It is old. Yes. Then perhaps we should use an  
> older version
> of ODE and Eclipse Designer?
> Who's the kind person with the rare successfull HelloWorld experience
> to write an updated tutorial?
> On 2/27/11, Tammo van Lessen <tvanlessen@gmail.com> wrote:
>> Said helloWorld tutorial is pretty old and apparently not up to date
>> anymore.
>> Services are not listed at /services/* anymore but at /processes/*.
>> Amir, this is an open source project. Please feel free to contribute
>> to improve the documentation to make it easier to understand and more
>> intuitive. For each ODE release I test the hello world process, and  
>> it
>> perfectly works for me. So please, instead of complaining, please  
>> help
>> us to make it more accessible for noobs. Thanks!
>> Gruß/Regards
>>   Tammo van Lessen
>> (brief, because written on a mobile device)
>> Am 27.02.2011 um 18:56 schrieb AmirBehzad Eslami <behzad.eslami@gmail.com
>>> :
>>> Hi Sajith,
>>> You're not the first person encoutered with HelloWorld problems.
>>> I'm wondering how difficult is to create and run a HelloWorld
>>> program!!
>>> Since i'm still in the list, I always see people trying to run the
>>> simple HelloWorld example!
>>> I frustrated once when I failed to run the HelloWorld example,
>>> and it seems everyone has the same problem.
>>> It's time to ask what's wrong with ODE?
>>> Any intuitive tutorials?
>>> Any user-friendly solution?
>>> Any working examples?
>>> If you found one on the net, let us know.
>>> On 2/27/11, Sajith Kariyawasam <sajhak@gmail.com> wrote:
>>>> Hi all,
>>>> I'm still trying to get my first sample in Apache ODE up and
>>>> running. I'm
>>>> referring to the tutorial published in "
>>>> http://people.apache.org/~vanto/HelloWorld-BPELDesignerAndODE.pdf"
>>>> I'm stuck in the step 24. I was able to deploy the project, but
>>>> when i try
>>>> to view the services deployed in
>>>> http://localhost:8080/ode/services/listServices, it gives me a*
>>>> HTTP 500 *
>>>> error.
>>>> Herewith I have attached the project for your reference.
>>>> Apart from that, http://localhost:8080/ode/ gives me following
>>>> results..
>>>> *    Total Number of Processes in the System: 1    Total Number of
>>>> Instances
>>>> in the System:0*
>>>> http://localhost:8080/ode/services gives me following results..
>>>> *       WARN  [ODEAxisServiceDispatcher] No service has been  
>>>> found!*
>>>> *
>>>> *
>>>> I highly appreciate your help
>>>> Thanks in advance
>>>> Sajith
>>> --
>>> Kind regards,
>>> -behzad
> -- 
> Kind regards,
> -behzad

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