|While Sending Html Mails from my web application Recieved Mails contains Symbols like &ldquo,&rdquo, ‘|
Check with another constructor for htmlView:
ContentType mimeType = new System.Net.Mime.ContentType("text/html");
var htmlView = AlternateView.CreateAlternateViewFromString(bodyMessage,
|importing an eclipse project from file system, then running on server|
A war file is a Web application ARchive (basically a zip). It is meant to
contain a web application's compiled class files and resources (properties
files, jsps, css, html, js, etc.). It a package that can be used by an
application server (or servlet container) like Tomcat. Except through a
Decompiler, you will not have access to the source code from the compiled
I doubt you can run this on Eclipse's Tomcat instances. Instead go to your
Tomcat installation. Mine is at C:apache-tomcat-7.0.22. Rename the war to
something simple like security.war and place it inside the webapps folder,
ie. C:apache-tomcat-7.0.22webappssecurity.war. Go to
C:apache-tomcat-7.0.22in and execute the startup.bat Windows batch file.
This script sets up the classpath and launches a Java application c
|How to deploy web project on remote tomcat server outside Eclipse with .jar files in it|
You need to create jars for your project B & C an place them under the
WEB-INFlib of your project A in tomcat webapps directory.
Or if you don't create jars for your project B & C then copy the
classes with proper package structures in WEB-INF/classes.
You can always check what is going wrong in Tomcat/logs directory.
A piece of advice:
Familarize yourself with use of build tools such as maven and ant. I would
recommend you to learn about maven, its dependency management, and build
plugins. You can really make your life easier with such tools.
|How-to deploy to application server web project with non-webproject structure (within Eclipse)|
OK, i will answer my question myself. Basically this situation can be
solved by creating a new dynamic web project with the required structure
and then using Linked folder functionality of eclipse.
|Can I deploy to and debug on Glassfish v2 using Eclipse Kepler?|
No. You will need to stay with Juno until you are able to move to a newer
version of GlassFish. The last version with GlassFish v2 support is
available at the following location:
|How do I debug my web.py project in Eclipse?|
It's actually very easily, and applies to most projects.
1) Go to your "Debug Configurations" window (under "Debug As").
2) Under "Python Run", add a new configuration.
3) Enter the name of the project.
4) Under "Main Module", click on "Browse" and select the script that you've
been starting from the command-line.
|Can eclipse debug or run two program in a project|
Yes, you can run and debug two or more java programs at the same time in
eclipse without them influencing with each other. In fact you can run and
debug the same main method multiple times at once without problems. The
reason for this is that each time you click run or debug, a new jvm
instance is created, and the current set of class files is loaded. The
caveat to this is that if both programs rely on some shared resource, they
can influence each other indirectly. Without seeing your code, it is hard
to say for sure why you get different results when you run multiple
|Is it possible to debug an already running Java program in Eclipse?|
Maybe you can add some debug logging to pinpoint the place where it hangs.
Best way to log it into file to have it in hisory.
System.out.println("before some code");
some code that may be problematic
System.out.println("after some code");
When you will se that "after some code" is not reached you know it is
hanging before this part.
Or if you use log4j do it with log4j some debug info with time stamps, then
you can go closer and put more debug information closer to place where it
hangs, and eventualy you will know where to put breakpoint and step trough
|Can't get eclipse kepler to deploy dependency projects of dynamic web project|
Create an EAR project using this link:
After creation, try to Add the Project in server entry.
|Debug in Eclipse while running from command line ubuntu|
Is your application written in C or in Java?
If your application is in C and you are using CDT, you can attach to
existing project by:
Run your application from terminal.
In Eclipse CDT, go to main menu "Run"->"Debug Configurations...",
double-click "C/C++ Attach to Application" and press "Debug" (you should
not need to specify executable and/or project).
For Java applications, see this
|Debug Eclipse from the moment plugin starts running|
If you have an Activator class, you can start with that. Otherwise it's
really a matter of what extensions you're contributing and when those will
be called by someone else. Plug-ins aren't like applications. Set your
breakpoints in your code, they'll trigger when code from your plug-in is
|How to print debug messages in dynamic web project in eclipse|
You can use a logger such as log4j and configure it to use FileAppender to
send the logs to a file. Here is a simple tutorial to help you with basic
|Eclipse Debug/Run On Server|
Try clearing all your previous debug threads, or debug in no breakpoint
mode there are cases when debug threads goes in sleep.It is not a in
efficient code case. Try closing your debug logs, it also consumes some
seconds to print all debug logs on console.
Moreover,you may also try to delete your logs as it takes time to write on
heavy log files as compared to the smaller files.
|how to deploy Jsp Project In tomcat server|
There are several things wrong, not the least of which is "only deploying
JSP's through FTP", which is hacky, and as is evident from this problem,
highly error prone. Since you're already using Tomcat, why not use the
Tomcat Manager? That's what it's there for.
Judging from the output of the JSP, I'm guessing you have som old code
lying around on the server, and that whatever JAR's contain
mypackage.Utility, mypackage.GetFileContent and mypackage.LuceneFields are
not the same as what you are using in your developer environment.
|How do I package my node project files and deploy them to my server?|
Might be not exactly what you're asking for, but i like git for automated
You could have branches like staging and production, which are checked out
on the remote server.
You can set up a git hook like post-receive to update those remotely, every
time you merge changes into those branches.
Here's a tutorial:
|Deploy LocalDB project to SQL Server 2012 Host|
You should be sure that you make SQL Servers TCP/IP configuration right. I
had the same problem before and I solved it by changing SQL Server Protocol
UDP to 1434. Open Windows Firewall with advanced security. Find in left
side Inbound Rules tab and click. Then find SQL Server and right click.
Click properties. In Protocols and Ports tab change protocol type to UDP
and as port number give 1434. I hope it helps.
|How to remotely debug Java (EE) server code in Eclipse?|
There is a way to remotely debug, but that's only used in truly remote
cases when you cannot reproduce the problem locally. For local debugging,
you would be much better off by using Oracle WebLogic Server Tools instead
of building with Ant.
These tools will allow you to run and debug your application on WLS
straight from Eclipse.
|Running Dynamic Web Project in Eclipse|
The first thing I would check is that the "Dynamic Web Project" Facet is
enabled on that project on that computer. (I find that when
copying/migrating Eclipse projects from one computer to another, I often
have to fix settings like that....)
To check facets: right-click on the project, click "Properties". Click
"Project Facets" in the left-hand column. Verify that "Dynamic Web Module"
Note that if "Project Facets" does not appear in the Properties dialog,
there will be a few extra steps -- a Stack Overflow search will help out
|when i am running gradle project via eclipse i got some exception|
It's likely you haven't installed a JDK. Even though you have "jdk1.7", you
may have only the runtime environment. You may need to install the "-devel"
option for the package, for example, both these would be required:
If you can't find the right package, tell us your distro and the exact name
of the jdk1.7 package you have so we can help more.
|Error when running dynamic web project in eclipse|
It seems that port 8005 is already in use..
Use TCP View (if really on Windows 7) to figure out which process is
|How to debug a .bat file in eclipse?|
Well after some days I got the solution to my deal.
First of all I did create a new .bat file that contains the following code:
java -Xdebug -Xrunjdwp:transport=dt_socket,server=y,suspend=y,address=1044
-mx40M Embed lopez.bmp lopez.jpg -c "" -e bin.noise -p
This file allows me make a remote debug to my application.
After that in eclipse I did configure to run my .bat file, to do this I
used external tools configurations and then under the option program I
created a new launch setting. In this window in the location option I
entered the path to my new .bat file and in the option working directory I
entered the path to the folder that contains my project. Now we can run
this configuration, if everything is ok in the console of eclipse is
|Running JUnit 4 from command line on Eclipse project|
Just take off the .class part. Java knows to look in that file when you
specify the class name.
java -cp /usr/share/java/junit.jar org.junit.runner.JUnitCore MySuite
|Copy Eclipse / Android Project - now errors when running it|
Use Right Click on your Project in Package explorer>Android Tools> Rename
Application Package to do this.
Ensure that your Spinoff copy builds correctly before you do the app
|PyDev dependant project not found when running outside Eclipse|
You have to set your PYTHONPATH properly when running outside of PyDev
(PyDev takes care of that when you set your source folders, which are the
folders added to the PYTHONPATH).
Among the options to set your PYTHONPATH, you can do that in your shell by
setting the PYTHONPATH environment variable or you could change sys.path
from inside the interpreter.
|Eclipse Build Error "A class file was not written. The project may be inconsistent, if so try refreshing this project and building it"|
We are using Eclipse here too and have to handle a workspace with more than
200 plug-ins. Every now and then people have similar problems with their
workspace and inconsistencies reported in a weird way by Eclipse.
What people here usually do is (next step only in case previous step didn't
- trying to ContextMenu->Team->Clean/Refresh the whole workspace
- creating a new workspace and check out all necessary files from the
- reinstalling Eclipse to a new directory
From my experience after using the Eclipse IDE on a daily basis for many
years, it doesn't make very much sense to waste too much time with these
issues, unless they aren't solved by one of the steps above. It takes too
much time to struggle with these things, while starting from scratch is
done in an hour or le
|How to deploy a Java project using war file on CloudControl|
If you want to keep all mercurial branches, tags and history use
fast-export. Otherwise just create git repository from scratch:
git init; git add . ; git commit -am "Initial commit"
Deploying prebuilt war file is not the recommended way. You should push to
the repository (via git or cctrlapp) and let cloudControl platform take
care of the build process. Anyway you can still use Maven to download the
war file. You can find some examples here.
Apart from this you have to provide an embedded jetty or tomcat runner and
specify start command in Procfile:
web: java -jar target/dependency/jetty-runner.jar --port $PORT
web: java -jar target/dependency/webapp-runner.jar --port $PORT
Keep in mind that war file should be built indepen
|Eclipse Project description - NOT .project file - is there such a thing?|
Thats an interesting question we also face. Currently there does not seem
to exist a solution for this problem. The only thing that could come near
to providing one is the Mylyn Intent project, as it aims to provide a
comprehensive documentation on design decisions, which takes into account
the inter-dependencies between plugins.
This inter-dependency is exactly the problem. There exist solutions to
document the purpose of java packages which is limited to the classes
Our solution is a readme.textile embedded in the root of each plugin,
providing this specific information. It would, however, be interesting to
introduce the documentation used for packages for bundle documentation,
which could be used to autogenerate an overview documentation.
|How to deploy an html website without a solution/project file|
How would you deploy it manually? If it's a simple file copy you can
customize your build workflow to do that. Alternatively, you could create
a MSBuild file (.build) that did it, check the build script in, and point
to that for your Items To Build.
|Code not working when running normally, but working in debug (eclipse)|
I had the same Problem, but with some more specification. The code was
working fine in 32bit but I had this issue in 64bit (I am using native
library so I need to maintain both).
The solution I found is to add Thread.sleep() in the while loop. I don't
know why it works, so your guess is as good as mine.
A better solution would probably to implement an Observer Pattern instead
of having an infinite loop. But that would require some re-factoring.
|Issue in FileUpload - Null Value for Multipart File when deploy on remote host server but it works fine on localhost server|
Looks more like a configuration problem. I too had this on tomcat and the
problem was the max post size limit. You should configure properly the
maxPostSize property of your http-service / http-listener. A value of 0
means unlimited size.
|Grails project running in eclipse but not in intellij-idea due to org.apache.catalina.LifecycleException:|
Phew! I finally solved it!. Actually the following line in the stacktrace:
Caused by NoSuchMethodError:
->> 334 | innerRun in java.util.concurrent.FutureTask$Sync
Points out about something pathogenic with the
javax.servlet.ServletContext.getSessionCookieConfig() function. I scanned
out the external libraries to find out such similar matching functions and
realized that there are two such occurences:
Under grails-2.2.1 there is a jar called servlet-api-2.4.jar
There was another jar called socialauth-cmd-utility-1.1.jar
Actually the error was due to the second jar. So I removed it from the
external libraries using the following steps:
Right click on the socialauth-cmd-utility-1.1.jar
|Add an EXE file to a project, so that it will be copied to the Bin/Debug folder just like a DLL?|
You could add the executable as item to your C# project and in its
properties set its Copy to Output Directory property to Copy always. This
way the executable will be copied to the output folder (binDebug or
binRelease) everytime you compile your project.
|What needs to be in eclipse web project for run-as...run-on-server to work?|
Under project properties, under "Deployment Assembly", ensure that the
folder with your web.xml is in the list. I had a maven project which had
the web.xml in the webapps folder, but the default web deployment
configuration was publishing "/WebContent", and leaving out my
"/src/main/webapp" folder, so Tomcat wasn't seeing it after doing the run
If you don't see Deployment Assembly, go under project properties, project
facets, ensure "Dynamic Web Module" is selected, then apply. Then go back
into the project properties and you should see the new options for
Also, if you do have a maven managed project, you will need to add your
maven dependencies to your list as well in the deployment assembly (add ->
java build path entries -> maven dependencies).
|Eclipse: How to tell if I am Running or Debugging a non-server application?|
You can simply switch to the Debug perpective. The running application will
be available. Then look in the Debug view : if you can expand using + your
application and see running Threads, you are in debug mode. Otherwise,
application is just 'running'.
|Jsp Project not updating in eclipse using Jboss Server 5.0?|
Usually this happens as the browser you test your page with caches the web
It happened to me too a few times and I fixed it with restarting the web
browser, please try it and tell me if it did the trick.
|How can I deploy multiple Project Templates in Visual Studio 2012 with a single VSIX file?|
export template for each project , extract them, add one root.vstemplate
<VSTemplate Version="2.0.0" Type="ProjectGroup"
<Description>An example of an image template</Description>
|cannot deploy EJB ear file in glassfish 3.1 server|
This may help:
There is also a way to do a compatible deploy from the command line:
asadmin deploy --property compatibility=v2 foo.ear
which you can read about in https://java.net/jira/browse/GLASSFISH-10496
|Codeigniter project is not running other AMP server except XAMP|
Thats a weird htaccess but whatever.
Have you activated the Apache rewrite_module, by default I dont think it is
Left click the wamp manager icon in the system tray -> Apache -> Apache
Modules -> rewrite_module
Find it in the menu list and if it is not ticked, click it and wait
10seconds for Apache to be restarted and then you should be good to go.
|How to deploy .war file to JBoss AS 7 server using Maven?|
First, use bin/add-user.sh to add management user.
Then, store that into your settings.xml.
Then, configure the pom.xml.
<!-- Where to deploy. -->
|Cant seem to connect the JDBC sql server driver to java eclipse project|
If you want to add mysql driver to eclipse project classpath you need to
follow these steps:
1. Go to Project Explorer Window of Eclipse, Right click on the project,
2. Click on Java Build Path from list of properties and then select
3. Click on Add External JARs button to add mysql_connector.jar(which you
have downloaded earlier) to your project's classpath.
Hope this helps.