[AG-TECH] Running AG from CVS doesn't work

Eric Olson eolson at mcs.anl.gov
Fri May 13 13:01:20 CDT 2005

Hi Michael,
I'm not sure if the suggestions in my last e-mail were what you needed,
but the Access Grid code in the trunk is now in a minimally working state
if you are interested in trying what's currently being developed.  Of
course, not everything is working yet.

The zsi code you need is in the serialize-dome-scheme branch.  You should
be able to check it out from cvs (-r serialize-dom-scheme).  You'll also
need to checkout wstools from the same project and put it in the ZSI
directory.  If you've installed another version of zsi, be sure to
uninstall/remove those files first, since they don't always get

Besides installing zsi, I don't believe you need to do anything extra --
just the standard things in README-developers like running CvsSetup.  If
you run into problems just ask.  Fixes and suggestions are also always


On Mon, 2 May 2005, Michael Braitmaier wrote:

> I tried to start AG from CVS today, following the procedure through
> CvsSetup.py as well as env-init.bat
> Furthermore I downloaded ZSI-1.6. and installed it by first building the
> windows-installer from the source package.
> pyXML has been installed as well.
> I got an error when executing the VenueClient.py:
> from AccessGrid.interfaces.AccessGrid_Types import www_accessgrid_org_v3_0 a
> s AGTypes
> ImportError: No module named interfaces.AccessGrid_Types
> I assumed it to be caused by not having the required type definitions which
> possibly are made out of the wsdl files.
> So I executed the generate.bat file in the AccessGrid/wsdl directory, which
> didn't work in the first place as it couldn't find wsdl2py and wsdldispatch
> I found similar programs in the ZSI site-package directory called
> wsdl2python.py and dispatcher.py and assumed them to be the right programs
> to generate the stubs.
> Still I get the error as described above when executing the VenueClient.
> So now I am a bit clueless. What could be the reason for this?
> Any help would be greatly appreciated.
> Michael
> ------------------
> Dipl.-Inf. Michael Braitmaier
> HLRS - Visualization / Video Conferencing
> University of Stuttgart
> Germany
> Website: http://www.hlrs.de/organization/vis/people/braitmaier/

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