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Steve, sorry to hear you still have not solved your problem.
The view controller project consists of more folders you need to copy. You jsf files are located in the public_html folder. Then the is the adfmsrc folder holdings metadata of your pages.
There may be other files, but start with these folders.
I read the thread mentioned in the prior post. It got me looking into my Model project. It is possible that I at some point accidentallyl created a a .jsf or a task flow in my Model project and the moved it to the ViewControl project.
My Model project has a META-INF folder that contains adfm.xml file. That file has the line:
DataControls.dcx does not exist and it is the one that the build says it cannot find when I clean the Model project and then try to build. I looked thru some example projects that I have and none of them have a META-INF folder in the Model project. Could this be the problem? What would happen if I removed the Model META-INF folder.
Thanks a bunch, Steve
You model project might work again. A model project does not have a META-INF folder!
If there are other artifacts from a view controller you should get rid of them too.
Again, start a fresh workspace, create a model project and a view controller project add some pages (one at least) to it and run it. If it shows up, you have a valid workspace structure. Compare this structure with your other project!
I created a new ADF application, created a database connection, created a .jsf, pulled a table onto the page from data controlls. It runs fine, displays data properly. Naturally, its Model project has no META-INF folder.
I removed the META-INF folder from the Model project of my 'real' application. I was able to do a clean all and build and it works with no error! My Model project has no other 'unnatural' items. I will not forget this lesson learned.
Thank you to all that posted, Steve