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Per Lundkvist

Well I have not solved why it happens from within WebWorks, so I make the
JAR-file and index it from my DOS-prompt now. I realized that I has to do it
anyway so...
But it seems like it is a WebWorks problem, but I'm not sure.

Per Lundkvist

-----Original Message-----
From: Discussion list of JavaHelp
[mailto:JAVAHELP-INTEREST@JAVA.SUN.COM]On Behalf Of Ray, Stephen L
Sent: fredag september 19, 2003 23:52
To: JAVAHELP-INTEREST@JAVA.SUN.COM
Subject: Re: [JAVAHELP] Please help me on searching...

Per,

Did you resolve this problem. I am getting the same thing and I am not
doing any merging. The search works but I get those messages in the
background. Any ideas

-----Original Message-----
From: Per Lundkvist [mailto:per.lundkvist@COMSOL.SE]
Sent: Wednesday, September 17, 2003 5:54 AM
To: JAVAHELP-INTEREST@JAVA.SUN.COM
Subject: Re: [JAVAHELP] Please help me on searching...

Yes it is.
The strange thing is that it has worked and suddently it stopped
working, BUT, even more strange:

I merged and index the files into a JAR file from my regular Windows
DOS-prompt with the exact commands as WebPublisher use and has always
used, and see, the search-funtion started working again?!?! I'm so
confused. The log in WebPublisher shows that everything is ok and the
command went fine and also shows all files that it has indexed and so
on...no error there, but still I get error when searching in jhviewer.

Ok, I make my JAR-file manually from the DOS-prompt but it is no fun ;-)

Per Lundkvist
COMSOL AB, Sweden
per.lundkvist@comsol.se
Phone: +46 8 41 29 558

-----Original Message-----
From: Roger Brinkley [mailto:Roger.Brinkley@Sun.COM]
Sent: onsdag september 17, 2003 14:38
To: per.lundkvist@comsol.se
Subject: Re: [JAVAHELP] Please help me on searching...

Per Lundkvist wrote:
==============================================
>
> MergineSearchEngine: makeEngine
> MergineSearchEngine: base:
> jar:file:/C:/wwp705/fl30/html/totdoc/totdoc.jar!/to
> tdoc.hs
> MergineSearchEngine: params:
> {engine=com.sun.java.help.search.DefaultSearchEng
> ine, data=JavaHelpSearch}
> Exception while creating engine named
> com.sun.java.help.search.DefaultSearchEngi
> ne for view: javax.help.SearchView@269997
> java.lang.reflect.InvocationTargetException

Is the JavaHelpSearch directory a toplevel directory of totdoc.jar?

Binky

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Ray, Stephen L

Is there a method that I can override in my code?

-----Original Message-----
From: Roger Brinkley [mailto:Roger.Brinkley@SUN.COM]
Sent: Monday, September 22, 2003 11:45 AM
To: JAVAHELP-INTEREST@JAVA.SUN.COM
Subject: Re: [JAVAHELP] Please help me on searching...

Ray, Stephen L wrote:
> Is there a place I can get a pre-release version of this without the
> debug messages. We're in the process of doing a release with our code

> and we're caught in the middle - do I go back to the previous version
> of help or delay our release - everything else is ready?

Unfortunately there isn't a prerelease version available.

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Roger Brinkley

Ray, Stephen L wrote:
> Is there a method that I can override in my code?

The only thing I can think of is reassigning the System.out with the
method System.setOut(PrintSteam). That should take care of the problem.

binky

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Ray, Stephen L

Is there a place I can get a pre-release version of this without the
debug messages. We're in the process of doing a release with our code
and we're caught in the middle - do I go back to the previous version of
help or delay our release - everything else is ready?

-----Original Message-----
From: Roger Brinkley [mailto:Roger.Brinkley@SUN.COM]
Sent: Friday, September 19, 2003 9:13 PM
To: JAVAHELP-INTEREST@JAVA.SUN.COM
Subject: Re: [JAVAHELP] Please help me on searching...

Ray, Stephen L wrote:
> Per,
>
> Did you resolve this problem. I am getting the same thing and I am
> not doing any merging. The search works but I get those messages in
> the background. Any ideas

The messages in the background are extraneous output and can be ignored.
An unfortunate debug message that stayed in the code.

Binky

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Roger Brinkley

Ray, Stephen L wrote:
> Is there a place I can get a pre-release version of this without the
> debug messages. We're in the process of doing a release with our code
> and we're caught in the middle - do I go back to the previous version of
> help or delay our release - everything else is ready?

Unfortunately there isn't a prerelease version available.

Binky

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Ray, Stephen L

Let me give more information.

I build my help files manually and generate my search database using
jhindexer using the new version 2.0. This process worked with the old
version. I only have have one directory level:

Help/help.hs
Help/help/ all of my html files and the javaHelpSearch directory live
here.

The search seems to work but I get the following messages in my console
window. I am running java1.4.1 on the PC.

MergineSearchEngine: makeEngine
MergineSearchEngine: base:
file:j:slash/acct/cfr5816/x/tmp/help2000/AgpsHelp.hs
MergineSearchEngine: params:
{engine=com.sun.java.help.search.DefaultSearchEngine,
data=agpshelp/AgpsHelpSearch}
MergineSearchEngine: startSearch()

If these are normal messages How do I get rid of them?

-----Original Message-----
From: Ray, Stephen L
Sent: Friday, September 19, 2003 2:52 PM
To: JAVAHELP-INTEREST@JAVA.SUN.COM
Subject: Re: [JAVAHELP] Please help me on searching...

Per,

Did you resolve this problem. I am getting the same thing and I am not
doing any merging. The search works but I get those messages in the
background. Any ideas

-----Original Message-----
From: Per Lundkvist [mailto:per.lundkvist@COMSOL.SE]
Sent: Wednesday, September 17, 2003 5:54 AM
To: JAVAHELP-INTEREST@JAVA.SUN.COM
Subject: Re: [JAVAHELP] Please help me on searching...

Yes it is.
The strange thing is that it has worked and suddently it stopped
working, BUT, even more strange:

I merged and index the files into a JAR file from my regular Windows
DOS-prompt with the exact commands as WebPublisher use and has always
used, and see, the search-funtion started working again?!?! I'm so
confused. The log in WebPublisher shows that everything is ok and the
command went fine and also shows all files that it has indexed and so
on...no error there, but still I get error when searching in jhviewer.

Ok, I make my JAR-file manually from the DOS-prompt but it is no fun ;-)

Per Lundkvist
COMSOL AB, Sweden
per.lundkvist@comsol.se
Phone: +46 8 41 29 558

-----Original Message-----
From: Roger Brinkley [mailto:Roger.Brinkley@Sun.COM]
Sent: onsdag september 17, 2003 14:38
To: per.lundkvist@comsol.se
Subject: Re: [JAVAHELP] Please help me on searching...

Per Lundkvist wrote:
==============================================
>
> MergineSearchEngine: makeEngine
> MergineSearchEngine: base:
> jar:file:/C:/wwp705/fl30/html/totdoc/totdoc.jar!/to
> tdoc.hs
> MergineSearchEngine: params:
> {engine=com.sun.java.help.search.DefaultSearchEng
> ine, data=JavaHelpSearch}
> Exception while creating engine named
> com.sun.java.help.search.DefaultSearchEngi
> ne for view: javax.help.SearchView@269997
> java.lang.reflect.InvocationTargetException

Is the JavaHelpSearch directory a toplevel directory of totdoc.jar?

Binky

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Roger Brinkley

Ray, Stephen L wrote:
> Let me give more information.
>
> I build my help files manually and generate my search database using
> jhindexer using the new version 2.0. This process worked with the old
> version. I only have have one directory level:
>
> Help/help.hs
> Help/help/ all of my html files and the javaHelpSearch directory live
> here.
>
> The search seems to work but I get the following messages in my console
> window. I am running java1.4.1 on the PC.
>
> MergineSearchEngine: makeEngine
> MergineSearchEngine: base:
> file:j:slash/acct/cfr5816/x/tmp/help2000/AgpsHelp.hs
> MergineSearchEngine: params:
> {engine=com.sun.java.help.search.DefaultSearchEngine,
> data=agpshelp/AgpsHelpSearch}
> MergineSearchEngine: startSearch()
>
> If these are normal messages How do I get rid of them?

Wait for the next release V2.0.1 where we will eliminate them from
happening. Look for V2.0.1 in October.

Binky

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Ray, Stephen L

Per,

Did you resolve this problem. I am getting the same thing and I am not
doing any merging. The search works but I get those messages in the
background. Any ideas

-----Original Message-----
From: Per Lundkvist [mailto:per.lundkvist@COMSOL.SE]
Sent: Wednesday, September 17, 2003 5:54 AM
To: JAVAHELP-INTEREST@JAVA.SUN.COM
Subject: Re: [JAVAHELP] Please help me on searching...

Yes it is.
The strange thing is that it has worked and suddently it stopped
working, BUT, even more strange:

I merged and index the files into a JAR file from my regular Windows
DOS-prompt with the exact commands as WebPublisher use and has always
used, and see, the search-funtion started working again?!?! I'm so
confused. The log in WebPublisher shows that everything is ok and the
command went fine and also shows all files that it has indexed and so
on...no error there, but still I get error when searching in jhviewer.

Ok, I make my JAR-file manually from the DOS-prompt but it is no fun ;-)

Per Lundkvist
COMSOL AB, Sweden
per.lundkvist@comsol.se
Phone: +46 8 41 29 558

-----Original Message-----
From: Roger Brinkley [mailto:Roger.Brinkley@Sun.COM]
Sent: onsdag september 17, 2003 14:38
To: per.lundkvist@comsol.se
Subject: Re: [JAVAHELP] Please help me on searching...

Per Lundkvist wrote:
==============================================
>
> MergineSearchEngine: makeEngine
> MergineSearchEngine: base:
> jar:file:/C:/wwp705/fl30/html/totdoc/totdoc.jar!/to
> tdoc.hs
> MergineSearchEngine: params:
> {engine=com.sun.java.help.search.DefaultSearchEng
> ine, data=JavaHelpSearch}
> Exception while creating engine named
> com.sun.java.help.search.DefaultSearchEngi
> ne for view: javax.help.SearchView@269997
> java.lang.reflect.InvocationTargetException

Is the JavaHelpSearch directory a toplevel directory of totdoc.jar?

Binky

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Roger Brinkley

Ray, Stephen L wrote:
> Per,
>
> Did you resolve this problem. I am getting the same thing and I am not
> doing any merging. The search works but I get those messages in the
> background. Any ideas

The messages in the background are extraneous output and can be ignored.
An unfortunate debug message that stayed in the code.

Binky

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Per Lundkvist

Yes it is.
The strange thing is that it has worked and suddently it stopped working,
BUT, even more strange:

I merged and index the files into a JAR file from my regular Windows
DOS-prompt with the exact commands as WebPublisher use and has always used,
and see, the search-funtion started working again?!?!
I'm so confused. The log in WebPublisher shows that everything is ok and the
command went fine and also shows all files that it has indexed and so
on...no error there, but still I get error when searching in jhviewer.

Ok, I make my JAR-file manually from the DOS-prompt but it is no fun ;-)

Per Lundkvist
COMSOL AB, Sweden
per.lundkvist@comsol.se
Phone: +46 8 41 29 558

-----Original Message-----
From: Roger Brinkley [mailto:Roger.Brinkley@Sun.COM]
Sent: onsdag september 17, 2003 14:38
To: per.lundkvist@comsol.se
Subject: Re: [JAVAHELP] Please help me on searching...

Per Lundkvist wrote:
==============================================
>
> MergineSearchEngine: makeEngine
> MergineSearchEngine: base:
> jar:file:/C:/wwp705/fl30/html/totdoc/totdoc.jar!/to
> tdoc.hs
> MergineSearchEngine: params:
> {engine=com.sun.java.help.search.DefaultSearchEng
> ine, data=JavaHelpSearch}
> Exception while creating engine named
> com.sun.java.help.search.DefaultSearchEngi
> ne for view: javax.help.SearchView@269997
> java.lang.reflect.InvocationTargetException

Is the JavaHelpSearch directory a toplevel directory of totdoc.jar?

Binky

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Roger Brinkley

Per Lundkvist wrote:
> Yes it is.
> The strange thing is that it has worked and suddently it stopped working,
> BUT, even more strange:
>
> I merged and index the files into a JAR file from my regular Windows
> DOS-prompt with the exact commands as WebPublisher use and has always used,
> and see, the search-funtion started working again?!?!
> I'm so confused. The log in WebPublisher shows that everything is ok and the
> command went fine and also shows all files that it has indexed and so
> on...no error there, but still I get error when searching in jhviewer.
>
> Ok, I make my JAR-file manually from the DOS-prompt but it is no fun ;-)
>

Sounds like a problem in WebPublisher.

Binky

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