Thursday, June 27, 2013

Re: gwt-maven-archetype modular-webapp giving 404 Error

The error was because of the port being used by another application. This all works beautifully with multiple shared components with web , client and service layer modules. 

What is right way to add third party gwt modules in the client code. Will it be more like the shared module with classifier sources dependency.

Thanks Thomas for the wonderful plugin.

On Wednesday, June 26, 2013 3:19:51 PM UTC-7, Thomas Broyer wrote:

On Wednesday, June 26, 2013 11:14:53 PM UTC+2, Kathiravan Tamilvanan wrote:
I have just used the gwt-maven-archetypes to create a modular-webapp. When i followed the steps to run the application. Everything seems to be successfully running but the page throws a 404 error on http://localhost:8080 when launched.

I have not changed anything from the archetypes output.

Appreciate your help !

What parameters did you use when generating the archetype? (groupId, archetypeId, package, module name, short module name)
As an alternative, zip your project and share it somewhere (Google Drive, DropBox, or maybe just an attachment here)

Also, what commands do you use to "run" it? Do they appear to run correctly?

Final note: if you want to run in DevMode, the URL should be http://localhost:8080/?gwt.codesvr= (you can just click the "open in default browser" or "copy URL to clipboard" buttons in the DevMode window that opens when you run the "gwt:run" goal), but in any case, it shouldn't result in a 404, so that's not the issue there.

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