Subject:JAXB compilation does not work in Enterprise trial version Author:Greg Korman Date:02 Dec 2005 06:51 PM
I've been evaluating the Enterprise version of Stylus Studio and have been unable to get JAXB classes to comiple. I've validated the small XSD I've been using and Stylus says its valid.
It looks like the problem is related to the temporary directory stylus tries to compile the classes in initially. It does not convert the package names into a directory structure, it simply uses the package name (dots and all) as the folder. See the two attachments I have for more info.
Subject:JAXB compilation does not work in Enterprise trial version Author:Greg Korman Date:02 Dec 2005 07:14 PM Originally Posted: 02 Dec 2005 07:10 PM
I'm guessing JAXB compilation is disabled in the trial enterprise version, but if not:
I tried to trick stylues into creating the correct directory structer by using '\' characters in the package name, but it still did not work (first and second images).
Finally, and slightly unrelated, it does not seem to recognize c:\ as a valid path for some reason (third image attachment).
Subject:JAXB compilation does not work in Enterprise trial version Author:Minollo I. Date:02 Dec 2005 07:53 PM
JAXB compilation is enabled in the trial version of Enterprise. But there is no question you hit two bugs in the current release:
- multiple level package names are not being handled properly
- drive root directories trigger a bogus "directory doesn't exist" error
I am investigating if any (or both) of those problems has been addressed in the coming BL501f update which will be released next week. In the meanwhile you can hopefully run experiments using simple package names.
Subject:JAXB compilation does not work in Enterprise trial version Author:Minollo I. Date:05 Dec 2005 11:04 AM
I just wanted to confirm that the issue involving the creation of the proper directory structure when using package names has been solved in Stylus Studio 2006 build 501f; that's an update build that will become available later this night or tomorrow.
When it becomes available for download, Stylus Studio should notify you.