Installing a module / package, where is the error message?

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October 22, 2009 21:11Found a way around it
Hi Peter, thanks for your answer. I''ve simply added the STX module to the modules folder inside netkernel. It works now. I guess when I learn more about Netkernel I''ll fix the problem without knowing it, hopefully;-).

Thanks again!

Huib.
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October 21, 2009 09:42
Hi Huib,

Sorry to hear your struggling. To understand where things stand can you confirm the following...

1. You have created a module with your accessor and it is successfully running in your development instance of NetKernel?  (For details see this tutorial... http://localhost:1060/book/view/book:tutorial:guide/doc:tutorial:basics:module:create ).
2. The module has been packaged into a xxx.nkp.jar package using the packager tool ( http://localhost:106)/tools/packager/ )
3. You have another clean instance of NetKernel and are trying to use apposite to install the package using Apposite''s direct "upload" feature?

If you can confirm this is where you are, then we''ll dig into this and sort it out.

Cheers,

Peter
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nk4um User
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October 20, 2009 09:43Installing a module / package, where is the error message?
Hi,

I''m trying to develop my own accessor module in NK4, but when I upload the package, nothing happens after "uploaded to: file://..../package-cache/..."

After that, the Apposite webpage is polling through Ajax requests, but nothing happens.

Can I find a log somewhere that explains me why my module doesn''t load?

I think I''ve done everything correct, but obviously I''m mistaken :-) and I''d like to know what I''m doing wrong.

Kind regards,

Huib.
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