You do not really need to place them in the Eclipse build path (as binaries are already in
path). You either need to attach the source as ZIP file, or some times unzip it and attach
to the individual project's src/main/java folder while debugging and you hit the break
point and debugger asks you attach the soource.
What is error you are encountering for which you are considering debugging?
----- Original Message -----
From: "Rama Kishore Yelamanchilli" <rkishore999(a)hotmail.com>
Sent: Saturday, August 22, 2009 2:54:38 AM GMT -06:00 US/Canada Central
Subject: RE: Eclipse Dev Environment Set Up for Teiid
Thanks for your prompt reply. Regarding debugging, the source in all the projects are not
in the build path in eclipse. Should I just include all the source in all the projects in
the build path manually going into each project? I'm sorry if I'm confusing you.
Subject: Re: Eclipse Dev Environment Set Up for Teiid
Date: Fri, 21 Aug 2009 10:55:15 -0500
You can follow instructions for setting up a Eclipse environment by
using the instructions at
Once you set up the Maven, JDK and downloaded the source, you can simply
run the command
under the source directory where the source has been either unzipped or
retrieved from the svn location. This will compile and build all the
projects. At this point you can be sure that you have built the source
successfully without any errors. If you have errors here, then fix them
first until you have the clean build.
Now, in the eclipse environment, after installing the maven plugin,
import all the projects as maven projects. You can probably skip
installing the SVN plugin (step: performing a check-out from eclipse) if
you got the source downloaded as zip.
Now coming to debugging your app, you do not need to build the Teiid
project to debug your project. All you need to do start debugging your
app, if code fails somewhere in the Teiid source, just place break point
at that location, and when code stops at that location, use the source
zip as the source file you can attach to see the code where it stopped
and follow debugging from there. However, if you going to patch then you
will need to setup the Teiid project and validate then patch in your
Hopefully this helps, otherwise post what kind of errors you are seeing
may be we can help.
On Fri, 2009-08-21 at 02:07 +0000, Rama Kishore Yelamanchilli wrote:
> I'm pretty new to work with Maven projects. I have followed the
> instructions on
> Eclipse Dev Environment Set Up for Teiid
> I have downloaded the source and imported the Maven projects (TEIID
> SRC 6.1) into Eclipse. I have generated source using pom.xml in
> TEIID-Engine module and made target/generated-sources/javacc as build
> path. Later I don't have a clue what to do. I have nuild the project
> and getting lot of build errors.
> Can some one help me build the TEID server project please? I want to
> build TEIID server and debug executing the VDB generated from TEIID
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