Try restarting the web-server each time you make server-side changes. Hopefully that should work. Let me know how it goes
I've tried that. As a matter of fact, I believe it even happens automatically as I make changes to the project. I'm using Netbeans to debug on a locally hosted Tomcat. But I've also restarted the server, and it doesn't make any difference.
I tried a sample BlazeDS introspection example and did a refresh after changing the serverside code. The refresh didn't work.
But the moment I restarted the tomcat-server, and did a refresh it did work !!
I hope you too are using a sample service (the names foo suggests that ). If you could pass on the java file and describe the changes. I would try to see if i can reproduce the same. [I can't think of any reason why this shouldn't work]
By the way, wouldnt the fact that FP4 picks up the correct data structures after removing the service indicate that the problem isn't on the server side? After all, if the problem was on the server side, removing and re-creating the service on the client side shouldn't help. But it does. Also, since re-creating the service works every time, it seems to indtcate that it is the Refresh command thatäs broken, not the server side RDS mechanism as such. Just a thought.
> since re-creating the service works every time, it seems to indtcate that it is the Refresh command thatäs broken,
> not the server side RDS mechanism as such.
Good point here.
Please try to send a small sample. and the series of stes to reproduce the problem because on my sample all seems to work fine. And if possible file a defect with the sample and steps. You can file the defect @ http://bugs.adobe.com/jira
Do mention the following:
1. Versions of Webserver, BlazeDS
2. Attach a sample app which shows the current problem
3. Steps to be followed
Anand Gaurav | Flex Builder Team | Adobe Systems
I encountered the same exact problem:
"The destination "testService" used by service "TestService" was not found in the services configuration file. Update the config file and refresh the service in the Data/Services view."
I am guessing that this is probably because I am using Spring-BlazeDS Integration. When I use Spring, I don't need to specify the destination in the remoting-config.xml, and that is probably why the error said that "the "TestService" was not found in the services configuration file". If I deleted the service from Data/Services view, and created the service from scratch, it is working; only the Refresh does not work.
When the error happens, my Flex project is completely hosed. I can't compile the project anymore because the error keeps showing up. I need to delete the service to make the error disappears.
I file a bug: http://bugs.adobe.com/jira/browse/BLZ-535
I would really appreciate if someone can try to reproduce the issue and confirms whether there is an issue there.
All the files, steps to reproduce are in the bug description.