1. Back up your project using the Roo 'backup' command from within the shell. Attach the zip file here.

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I also ran into the same issue by running the sample application. Looks like the google appengine jar files are not found through maven. I attached my project.

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Originally Posted by joevgear
I also ran into the same issue by running the sample application. Looks like the google appengine jar files are not found through maven. I attached my project.
looks like the zip file is too large for the forum upload. In any event i am using the following:

SpringSource Tool Suite

Version: 2.6.0.M2

roo - 1.1.2.RELEASE [rev fbc33bb]
gwt - gwt 2.2

Windows x64 bit.

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Command backup was found but is not curently available

I tryed to remove, unzip and put the new folder on the same locatio, but the error is still there.
I think I am missing some step, any help please?

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This thread is a little old now, but just in case anyone is still looking for ideas:

er\gae\UserServiceLocator.java:3:0::0 The import com.google.appengine cannot be
resolved
These errors (which I too encountered with Roo 1.1.2) sound like ROO-2252. The workaround (if you're not actually using GAE) is to delete all packages ending in ".gae" from your project.

Could not find artifact com.sun:tools:jar:1.4.2 at specified path C:\Program Files\Java\jre6/../lib/tools.jar -> [Help 1]
This might indicate that your JAVA_HOME environment variable isn't pointing to a valid JDK installation. Please make sure you've followed the installation instructions.

cannot execute: mojo. It requires a project with an existing pom.xml, but the build is not using one

Could be this the clue? How does roo generaate pom.xml file?
This error usually means one of two things:
* most likely you were not in the project's root directory when you ran mvn.bat, or
* you were in that directory, but the pom.xml file doesn't exist; Roo should have created this file when you issued the "project" shell command, but this can fail if for example your anti-virus software prevents it (e.g. I have to disable Trend Micro if I want Roo to manage my POMs properly).

Hope this helps.

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Could not find artifact com.sun:tools:jar:1.4.2 at specified path C:\Program Files\Java\jre6/../lib/tools.jar -> [Help 1]
I'm suffering from this too. Have set JAVA_HOME (for system and for my user's profile) to the JDK path. STS.ini also says
-vm
C:\Path\to\JDK\bin\javaw.exe

Despite that, the error still comes back complaining about the *jre6*. I've tried cleaning everything off and using the *.exe "installer" as well as running from the extracted *.zip.

I don't see a resolution here, so am curious if there are any other pointers or if the OP got it resolved.

I am running on Win 7/64-bit implementation where these problems are occuring. It is a spring roo/mvc project.