TheKog wrote:Ugh I am so embarrassed - it was this http://stackoverflow.com/questions/1095 ... clipse-won
android classes were not getting setup right by Eclipse
Now I am going back and just trying to run your test program to verify everything is OK.
I have placed server.py in the public_html diectory of one of our virtual hosts, then changed the URI in the tets program to http://www.myvirtualhost.com - do I need to designate a port or anything? I wonder if my firewall might be getting in the way.
I logged in with putty and started "python server.py"
At the moment I am getting Error org.xmlpull.v1.XmlPullParsrException: expected: START_TAG
Not sure where my problem is but I am close...
TheKog wrote:Anyway if a newbioe out there is trying to build his own test of your xmlrpc lib they should copy the entire lib into their project, not reference it... I've never had to fight the tools so hard in ages!
TheKog wrote:Thank you very much Mr. Pskink! I have been an operating system developer for 30 years and it is greatly appreciated when someone like yourself not only puts such helpful modules in the public domain but is nice enough to help someone use it as well. May the Gods of Programming look upon you with favor!
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