I'm enrolled in one of the web-based training courses: "Providing Progress OpenEdge Applications as REST Web Applications (1000-053)" and I'm getting an error in a lot of the sample code that comes with the class. That probably means there's something wrong in my configuration....
I believe the root cause is in a statement: "using Appserver.crm.Customer" because when I hover over that line in Dev Studio, it pops up with "unable to resolve 'Appserver.crm.Customer'".
This is my first day with the "using" statement :-) Can I tell where "using" is looking for that resource (PROPATH?) and, if I can determine where it should be looking, how can I influence it?
Probably not relevant, but I'm using an eval PDSOE 11.6 license on Win7 64-bit. The course looks like it was developed in 11.5.
In general, is there tech support for the wbt courses?
Thanks in advance -- Jim
Started over and got success!
Thanks Peter & Matheu for your help.
FYI: I'll probably never know for sure but I think that in Ex. 1.1, Part 2, Step 4t, when setting up the database connections, I simply clicked OK, *without* having checkboxed the testdb connection.
I did the same course as you also in 11.6, could you tell what part of the course you are? I'll try do the course again and see if I can help.
Think I got it. Did you add a database conection on the CustomerOrderApp?
Click over the CustomerOrderApp (not the ClientCustomerOrderApp), and acess the Properties.
Go to: Progress OpenEdge -> Database Connections.
Here you need to configure you database, that you created previously (proenv -> prodb) in the section below:
Guided exercice 1.1: Prepating your training enviroment - Part 2 -Creating and connection the database to the sample application.
After you do this, this problem "unable to resolve 'Appserver.crm.Customer'" should be solved.
Still no joy. I did all of that, back in Part 2.
I think I'll delete everything and start again from Square #1.
Thanks for letting me know that success is at least possible. :-)
Q: "Did you add this USING line, or did PDSOE add it automatically?"
A: It is part of the sample code I downloaded as part of the course; I am assuming PDSOE did NOT generate it on the fly.