2 Replies Latest reply on May 22, 2006 6:06 PM by Newsgroup_User

    internal build error

    Level 7
      I am trying to use the Yahoo Maps service. They provide a component (the mxp
      version I tested in Flash 9 stand alone, and it works) But the SWC version
      that I include in Flex causes an internal build error.

      The MXML file is very minimal:

      <?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8"?>
      <mx:Application xmlns:mx=" http://www.adobe.com/2006/mxml"
      xmlns:yahoo="com.yahoo.maps.api.flex.*" xmlns:local="*"
      xmlns="*"
      layout="absolute">
      <yahoo:YahooMap id="myMap" width="550" height="400"
      zoomLevel="3" latitude="37.77159" longitude="-122.401714" />
      </mx:Application>


      The Flash/Flex interface and components are described at:

      http://developer.yahoo.com/maps/flash/flexGettingStarted.html

      (I got this tip about the map interface from a note in this newsgroup from
      someone at Adobe/Flex).

      The internal build error reads:

      An internal build error has occurred. Please check the Error Log.

      (I don't know where the error log is) I foiund something called the
      error_recovery.log but I can't attach it because of the limits in this
      newsgroup, and it does not seem interesting to my eyes.



        • 1. Re: internal build error
          Level 7
          To see the error log:

          Help > About
          Click "Configuration Details"
          Click "View Error Log"

          The newest error messages are at the end of the log.

          And in case you're curious, that corresponds to a file called .metadata/.log
          inside your workspace.

          If you could post (or send me) the error message from the log -- along with
          the entire exception stack from the log, I would appreciate it.

          Thanks,

          - Mike Morearty
          Developer, Flex Builder team
          http://www.morearty.com/blog


          Yechezkal Gutfreund wrote:
          > I am trying to use the Yahoo Maps service. They provide a component (the mxp
          > version I tested in Flash 9 stand alone, and it works) But the SWC version
          > that I include in Flex causes an internal build error.
          >
          > The MXML file is very minimal:
          >
          > <?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8"?>
          > <mx:Application xmlns:mx=" http://www.adobe.com/2006/mxml"
          > xmlns:yahoo="com.yahoo.maps.api.flex.*" xmlns:local="*"
          > xmlns="*"
          > layout="absolute">
          > <yahoo:YahooMap id="myMap" width="550" height="400"
          > zoomLevel="3" latitude="37.77159" longitude="-122.401714" />
          > </mx:Application>
          >
          >
          > The Flash/Flex interface and components are described at:
          >
          > http://developer.yahoo.com/maps/flash/flexGettingStarted.html
          >
          > (I got this tip about the map interface from a note in this newsgroup from
          > someone at Adobe/Flex).
          >
          > The internal build error reads:
          >
          > An internal build error has occurred. Please check the Error Log.
          >
          > (I don't know where the error log is) I foiund something called the
          > error_recovery.log but I can't attach it because of the limits in this
          > newsgroup, and it does not seem interesting to my eyes.
          >
          >
          >
          • 2. Re: internal build error
            Level 7
            I sent Mike the error log.

            Odd thing is that I closed the project, reopened it and now the error is
            coming up:

            unable to load SWC YahooMap.swc: unknown element swc found in
            componentPackage section in catalog.xml.

            But I think it gave both this and the internal error before, so perhaps this
            is really the root of the problem.



            "Mike Morearty (Adobe)" <mike.morearty@adobe.com> wrote in message
            news:e4t21l$iv8$1@forums.macromedia.com...
            > To see the error log:
            >
            > Help > About
            > Click "Configuration Details"
            > Click "View Error Log"
            >
            > The newest error messages are at the end of the log.
            >
            > And in case you're curious, that corresponds to a file called
            > .metadata/.log inside your workspace.
            >
            > If you could post (or send me) the error message from the log -- along
            > with the entire exception stack from the log, I would appreciate it.
            >
            > Thanks,
            >
            > - Mike Morearty
            > Developer, Flex Builder team
            > http://www.morearty.com/blog
            >
            >
            > Yechezkal Gutfreund wrote:
            >> I am trying to use the Yahoo Maps service. They provide a component (the
            >> mxp
            >> version I tested in Flash 9 stand alone, and it works) But the SWC
            >> version
            >> that I include in Flex causes an internal build error.
            >>
            >> The MXML file is very minimal:
            >>
            >> <?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8"?>
            >> <mx:Application xmlns:mx=" http://www.adobe.com/2006/mxml"
            >> xmlns:yahoo="com.yahoo.maps.api.flex.*" xmlns:local="*"
            >> xmlns="*"
            >> layout="absolute">
            >> <yahoo:YahooMap id="myMap" width="550" height="400"
            >> zoomLevel="3" latitude="37.77159" longitude="-122.401714" />
            >> </mx:Application>
            >>
            >>
            >> The Flash/Flex interface and components are described at:
            >>
            >> http://developer.yahoo.com/maps/flash/flexGettingStarted.html
            >>
            >> (I got this tip about the map interface from a note in this newsgroup
            >> from
            >> someone at Adobe/Flex).
            >>
            >> The internal build error reads:
            >>
            >> An internal build error has occurred. Please check the Error Log.
            >>
            >> (I don't know where the error log is) I foiund something called the
            >> error_recovery.log but I can't attach it because of the limits in this
            >> newsgroup, and it does not seem interesting to my eyes.
            >>
            >>