OK, this error started occuring this morning. I have a
Maven project called "snmp-jobs" which was previously used only to convey SNMP communication. Due to changes done lately this project now contains
DTO classes as well. Also, there are now two main sub-packages:
server where first one contains those DTOs and second server-side code. This projects also has
.gwt.xml file which specifies:
Another project, called "mib" references "snmp-jobs" and uses those DTO classes in client code. To be more exact, problematic class is called MibRow.
When I compile the GWT project it reports the error:
No source code is available for type "rs.jp.jobs.shared.MibRow"; did you forget to inherit a required module?
I understand that this is really common error. As far as I understand, GWT cannot find sources for
MibRow class and cannot proceed with GWT compilation. Is this true?
I have tried all by-the-book suggestions but none of them have solved the issue so far. Anyone can give me a hint on what to try next?
Thanks a lot!
I have run compilation from console with
-Dgwt.logLevel=DEBUG and there are two lines that stick out:
Loading inherited module 'rs.jp.jobs.Jobs'
[INFO] Module location: USER_DIR/.m2/repository/rs/jp/jobs/snmp-jobs/1.0.4-SNAPSHOT/snmp-jobs-1.0.4-SNAPSHOT.jar!/rs/jp/jobs/Jobs.gwt.xml
Errors in 'rs/jp/mib/client/commands/mib/report/DataResponse.java'
[INFO] Line 10: No source code is available for type rs.jp.jobs.shared.MibRow; did you forget to inherit a required module?
GWT managed to find the
Jobs module but is unaware of
shared package :-/
OK, I have managed to resolve this issue. I was missing the following
XML block from
<build> <plugins> <plugin> <groupId>org.codehaus.mojo</groupId> <artifactId>gwt-maven-plugin</artifactId> </plugin> </plugins> </build>
Hope this will be helpful to someone :)