[BioC] RWebServices failing on mkserver (ant) target.
Michael P Shipway
mshipwa1 at jhu.edu
Tue May 19 21:23:30 CEST 2009
Thank you Martin, your suggestion got me pointed in the correct direction.
It seems it was an Axis feature that was tripping me up.
I found an Axis mailing list archive entry which seem to apply.
Simply put, Axis doesn't like the package name to be the same as an included function.
Therefore, it appended "_PortType" to one of them, but didn't use the changed name in all places.
When I changed the spelling of the R package name, my problem went away.
mshipway at jhu.edu
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----- Original Message -----
From: Martin Morgan <mtmorgan at fhcrc.org>
Date: Monday, May 18, 2009 10:43 pm
Subject: Re: [BioC] RWebServices failing on mkserver (ant) target.
To: mshipway at jhu.edu
Cc: bioconductor at stat.math.ethz.ch
> Hi Michael --
> Glad to hear you're giving RWebServices a try! I think the problem is
> occuring in the ant gen-wsdl stage, and suspect that the problem is
> use of axis other than 1.4. This is just from googling '_PortType'; I
> don't see these issues with my set-up. Does that help? If not it might
> help to get the version information on all the tools that are involved
> -- library(RWebServices); sessionInfo() in R, ant -version, and axis,
> at least.
> Also, I'd encourage use of the 'devel' version of R, RWebServices, and
> SJava, e.g.,
> from within the development version of R, or (not encouraged) using
> svn from
> Michael P Shipway <mshipwa1 at jhu.edu> writes:
> > I am trying to install and use RWebServices on a system running
> CentOS 5 (Linux).
> > I've installed all the prerequisites, including the optional ones.
> > I've created a simple R package to test the setup
> > which takes a single numeric parameter and returns a canned text string.
> > I am hung up on step 4.2 of the “Enabling R packages for web or
> grid services”
> > vignette document, which builds a web service server.
> > One of the java code files which was autogenerated by an earlier
> step implements
> > a java class which does not exist
> > It appears that this class should also have been autogenerated,
> > but I am unable to determine where this should have happened.
> > Can anyone suggest what I may be doing wrong?
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