The Eclipse project which is meant to demo the ClientAPI Tutorial is missing the org.n52.wps.client jar ...

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The Eclipse project which is meant to demo the ClientAPI Tutorial is missing the org.n52.wps.client jar ...

cuthillt

Hi,

 

Sorry if I’ve misunderstood something, but on your https://wiki.52north.org/bin/view/Geoprocessing/TutorialClientAPI page, you suggest that the ClientAPI tutorial can be accessed from an Eclipse project linked to from here http://52north.org/downloads/geoprocessing/processdevelopmentkit/3-1-0/process-development-kit-for-wps-3-1-0.

 

I’ve unzipped the file and imported the project and org.n52.wps.client is not in the lib folder, so none of the sample code compiles.

 

I’m new to Maven and GitHub so it looks like I’ll have to climb the learning curve!


Cheers,

Tom Cuthill

 

 




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Re: The Eclipse project which is meant to demo the ClientAPI Tutorial is missing the org.n52.wps.client jar ...

BenjaminPross
Hello Tom,

Thanks for the hint. I am not sure, why the process development kit was referenced there and I therefore removed the section. Let us know, if you encounter any problems using the client API with Maven.

Cheers,

Benjamin