Error Occurred - XPath evaluation: cannot handle function 'uuid"

What would cause this error with ODK Collect?

Thanks!
Bob

Bob,

Including a stack trace, steps to reproduce, and a sample form are the
best ways to get answers to these types of questions.

Yaw

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What would cause this error with ODK Collect?

Thanks!
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https://github.com/opendatakit/collect

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Hi,
I'm Bob Achgill's developer. I download a copy from https://github.com/opendatakit/collect. I tried both to build it automatically in android studio and build it from command line using "gradlew" but failed. Could you tell me how to build your project? Thanks.

··· On Saturday, August 29, 2015 at 6:59:43 AM UTC-4, Yaw Anokwa wrote: > On Sat, Aug 29, 2015 at 3:54 AM, wrote:

Hi,
I'm Bob Achgill's developer. I download a copy from https://github.com/opendatakit/collect. I tried both to build it automatically in android studio and build it from command line using "gradlew" but failed. Could you tell me how to build your project? Thanks.

Have you successfully built any Android app using Android Studio (e.g.
https://developer.android.com/training/basics/firstapp/index.html)?
What error are you getting?

Yaw

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Hi,
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ODK Collect requires 3 projects:

collect
google-play-services
gradle-config

DO NOT use any projects ending in '-bad'. Those will be removed in a few
weeks.

We are still working on some issues with the build scripts (gradle-config).

The google-play-services project needs to be in a folder named
'playservices' (this may change moving forward. TBD)

All of these projects are expected to be siblings under the same parent
directory.

The collect and google-play-services projects use Android Studio.

For the most recent release, I found that I could not reference the local
'playservices' tree but had to reference an artifact in our Artifactory
repo in order to build a signed APK. You might need to do something
similar.

··· On Sun, Aug 30, 2015 at 1:03 PM, wrote:

On Saturday, August 29, 2015 at 6:59:43 AM UTC-4, Yaw Anokwa wrote:

https://github.com/opendatakit/collect

Yaw

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Mitch,

Do the details any of your advice change if we are compiling a "roll-our-own" ODK collect?

Thanks!

Bob

··· On Monday, August 31, 2015 at 2:21:06 PM UTC-5, Mitch wrote: > ODK Collect requires 3 projects: > > > collect > google-play-services > gradle-config > > > DO NOT use any projects ending in '-bad'. Those will be removed in a few weeks. > > > We are still working on some issues with the build scripts (gradle-config). > > > The google-play-services project needs to be in a folder named 'playservices' (this may change moving forward. TBD) > > > All of these projects are expected to be siblings under the same parent directory. > > > The collect and google-play-services projects use Android Studio. > > > > For the most recent release, I found that I could not reference the local 'playservices' tree but had to reference an artifact in our Artifactory repo in order to build a signed APK. You might need to do something similar. > > > > > > > On Sun, Aug 30, 2015 at 1:03 PM, wrote: > On Saturday, August 29, 2015 at 6:59:43 AM UTC-4, Yaw Anokwa wrote: > > > https://github.com/opendatakit/collect > > > > > > Yaw > > > -- > > > Need ODK services? http://nafundi.com provides form design, server > > > setup, professional support, and software development for ODK. > > > > > > On Sat, Aug 29, 2015 at 3:54 AM, wrote: > > > > Where can I get the latest ODK Collect code? > > > > > > > > -- >

Hi,

  I'm Bob Achgill's developer. I download a copy from https://github.com/opendatakit/collect. I tried both to build it automatically in android studio and build it from command line using "gradlew" but failed. Could you tell me how to build your project? Thanks.

Mitch Sundt
Software Engineer
University of Washington
mitche...@gmail.com

I don't think anything would be different if you are building your own
version. It would not be able to co-exist with the ODK version on your
sytem (you would need to rename the application package). With gradle, that
is easier.

w.r.t. the gradle configuration, we are picking away at these issues; we
have no ETA on when we will fix this particular problem.

Our snapshot repo ( http://cwe.cs.washington.edu:8082/artifactory/ ) is
down at the moment, so that would cause problems if you don't have a local
copy of playservices or gradle-config.

We are trying to have everything build and test on our local boxes and on a
Jenkins build server. And we'd like to be able to build code with all
dependent libraries pulled down from the web OR being linked in from local
copies. It is this last case that we are still battling with. We are
successfully pulling artifacts down from our snapshot repository (when it
is up). An interim solution for you might be to modify the collect
build.gradle script to add a mavenLocal() repo, and to build the
google-play-services project and publish it into that repo (this link may
be helpful:
http://www.flexlabs.org/2013/06/using-local-aar-android-library-packages-in-gradle-builds
), and then pull it in from the local maven repo when you build collect.
I used this work-around before switching to use our snapshot repo.

··· On Mon, Aug 31, 2015 at 12:55 PM, wrote:

Mitch,

Do the details any of your advice change if we are compiling a
"roll-our-own" ODK collect?

Thanks!

Bob

On Monday, August 31, 2015 at 2:21:06 PM UTC-5, Mitch wrote:

ODK Collect requires 3 projects:

collect
google-play-services
gradle-config

DO NOT use any projects ending in '-bad'. Those will be removed in a few
weeks.

We are still working on some issues with the build scripts
(gradle-config).

The google-play-services project needs to be in a folder named
'playservices' (this may change moving forward. TBD)

All of these projects are expected to be siblings under the same parent
directory.

The collect and google-play-services projects use Android Studio.

For the most recent release, I found that I could not reference the
local 'playservices' tree but had to reference an artifact in our
Artifactory repo in order to build a signed APK. You might need to do
something similar.

On Sun, Aug 30, 2015 at 1:03 PM, kemi...@gmail.com wrote:
On Saturday, August 29, 2015 at 6:59:43 AM UTC-4, Yaw Anokwa wrote:

https://github.com/opendatakit/collect

Yaw

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Where can I get the latest ODK Collect code?

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https://github.com/opendatakit/collect. I tried both to build it
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How far back in the development cycles would we have to go back to catch a version that did not have all these compile issues? Does the system allow for us to add our changes to an older version and compile with no problem?

There does not seem to be any interest from the community to include what we are doing with adding ext-SD support... so it would not be a loss to the community if we make our ext-SD support change to an older stable version of ODK Collect.

I hate to do coding that will only benefit a few, but our project is on hold till we can support the ext-SD for 16GB+ media form data.

Unless someone can take our code inserts and get it to compile in the current system.

Thanks!
Bob

Enabling ODK Collect to break out to utilize ext-SD memory will enable the His Hands Reader deaf enumerators to contribute their hand sign video data along side the hearing enumerators on this worldwide literacy project. Volunteer deaf enumerators from three countries are waiting for the ODK Collect ext-SD fix so they can add their hand signs to the www.HisHandsReader.org literacy system. See the video at that link that describes this unusual goal.

So any help to get this ext-SD addin working is muuuch appreciated!

Bob Achgill

The tagged v1.4.5 release was built using Eclipse.

You would need both collect and google-play-services (again, with that
directory being named playservices).

··· On Mon, Aug 31, 2015 at 10:08 PM, wrote:

Enabling ODK Collect to break out to utilize ext-SD memory will enable the
His Hands Reader deaf enumerators to contribute their hand sign video data
along side the hearing enumerators on this worldwide literacy project.
Volunteer deaf enumerators from three countries are waiting for the ODK
Collect ext-SD fix so they can add their hand signs to the
www.HisHandsReader.org literacy system. See the video at that link that
describes this unusual goal.

So any help to get this ext-SD addin working is muuuch appreciated!

Bob Achgill

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The tagged v1.4.5 release was built using Eclipse.

You would need both collect and google-play-services (again, with that directory being named playservices).

Enabling ODK Collect to break out to utilize ext-SD memory will enable the His Hands Reader deaf enumerators to contribute their hand sign video data along side the hearing enumerators on this worldwide literacy project. Volunteer deaf enumerators from three countries are waiting for the ODK Collect ext-SD fix so they can add their hand signs to the www.HisHandsReader.org literacy system. See the video at that link that describes this unusual goal.

So any help to get this ext-SD addin working is muuuch appreciated!

Bob Achgill

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Hi Mitch, do you have an all-in-one android studio project? I'm not sure how to combine these 3 together. What is the use of the google-play-service? Is that a library project? What is the use of the gradle-config project? How do I use the files in that project?

If you have a success build, do you mind share me a combined version, so that I don't need to understand the dependency relation of your projects,

Thanks.

··· On Tuesday, September 1, 2015 at 12:12:38 PM UTC-4, Mitch wrote: > On Mon, Aug 31, 2015 at 10:08 PM, wrote:

The tagged v1.4.5 release was built using Eclipse.

You would need both collect and google-play-services (again, with that directory being named playservices).

Enabling ODK Collect to break out to utilize ext-SD memory will enable the His Hands Reader deaf enumerators to contribute their hand sign video data along side the hearing enumerators on this worldwide literacy project. Volunteer deaf enumerators from three countries are waiting for the ODK Collect ext-SD fix so they can add their hand signs to the www.HisHandsReader.org literacy system. See the video at that link that describes this unusual goal.

So any help to get this ext-SD addin working is muuuch appreciated!

Bob Achgill

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Hi Mitch, do you have an all-in-one android studio project? I'm not sure how to combine these 3 together. What is the use of the google-play-service? Is that a library project? What is the use of the gradle-config project? How do I use the files in that project?

If you have a success build, do you mind share me a combined version, so that I don't need to understand the dependency relation of your projects,

Thanks.

··· On Tuesday, September 1, 2015 at 12:12:38 PM UTC-4, Mitch wrote: > On Mon, Aug 31, 2015 at 10:08 PM, wrote:

Stepping back a bit...

Do you want to build the 1.4.5 version?

If 1.4.5, then no, there is no Android Studio configuration. It is an
Eclipse project. You would need to do your own conversion to AndroidStudio.

To use 1.4.5 and Eclipse, you would create a directory, then within that
directory create subdirectories for collect and google-play-services GitHub
repos. Rename the g-p-s directory to 'playservices'. Then open eclipse,
import existing projects, and import collect and playservices.

Or do you want to risk building off the tip?

If at the tip, yes. But, as stated, you would create a directory, then
within that directory create subdirectories for gradle-config, collect,
google-play-services GitHub repos.

Then open Android Studio, and import project from gradle, and point to
.\collect\build.gradle

At the tip, depending upon what check-in you are building against, g-p-s
may need to be renamed to playservices for everything to work. For
whatever check-in you are building, the gradle-config project needs to be
checked out at the tag # identified at the top of collect\settings.gradle

··· On Mon, Sep 21, 2015 at 7:52 PM, wrote:

On Tuesday, September 1, 2015 at 12:12:38 PM UTC-4, Mitch wrote:

The tagged v1.4.5 release was built using Eclipse.

You would need both collect and google-play-services (again, with that
directory being named playservices).

On Mon, Aug 31, 2015 at 10:08 PM, bobac...@gmail.com wrote:
Enabling ODK Collect to break out to utilize ext-SD memory will enable
the His Hands Reader deaf enumerators to contribute their hand sign video
data along side the hearing enumerators on this worldwide literacy
project. Volunteer deaf enumerators from three countries are waiting for
the ODK Collect ext-SD fix so they can add their hand signs to the
www.HisHandsReader.org literacy system. See the video at that link that
describes this unusual goal.

So any help to get this ext-SD addin working is muuuch appreciated!

Bob Achgill

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Hi Mitch, do you have an all-in-one android studio project? I'm not sure
how to combine these 3 together. What is the use of the
google-play-service? Is that a library project? What is the use of the
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If you have a success build, do you mind share me a combined version, so
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Stepping back a bit...

Do you want to build the 1.4.5 version?

If 1.4.5, then no, there is no Android Studio configuration. It is an Eclipse project. You would need to do your own conversion to AndroidStudio.

To use 1.4.5 and Eclipse, you would create a directory, then within that directory create subdirectories for collect and google-play-services GitHub repos. Rename the g-p-s directory to 'playservices'. Then open eclipse, import existing projects, and import collect and playservices.

Or do you want to risk building off the tip?

If at the tip, yes. But, as stated, you would create a directory, then within that directory create subdirectories for gradle-config, collect, google-play-services GitHub repos.

Then open Android Studio, and import project from gradle, and point to .\collect\build.gradle

At the tip, depending upon what check-in you are building against, g-p-s may need to be renamed to playservices for everything to work. For whatever check-in you are building, the gradle-config project needs to be checked out at the tag # identified at the top of collect\settings.gradle

The tagged v1.4.5 release was built using Eclipse.

You would need both collect and google-play-services (again, with that directory being named playservices).

Enabling ODK Collect to break out to utilize ext-SD memory will enable the His Hands Reader deaf enumerators to contribute their hand sign video data along side the hearing enumerators on this worldwide literacy project. Volunteer deaf enumerators from three countries are waiting for the ODK Collect ext-SD fix so they can add their hand signs to the www.HisHandsReader.org literacy system. See the video at that link that describes this unusual goal.

So any help to get this ext-SD addin working is muuuch appreciated!

Bob Achgill

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Seems 1.45 eclipse is simpler to use. I always meet the same problem:

GeoPointMapActivitySdk7 error

even I import google play service.

I use api 19 sdk.

Seems its a common problem when I search on google.

Do you have any official explain about this problem?

BTW. I didn't find google play service 1.4.5 tag in github, Im using 1.4.4 now. Not sure if this is the problem.

Thank you very much.

··· On Tuesday, September 22, 2015 at 3:48:29 PM UTC-4, Mitch wrote: > On Mon, Sep 21, 2015 at 7:52 PM, wrote: > On Tuesday, September 1, 2015 at 12:12:38 PM UTC-4, Mitch wrote: > > On Mon, Aug 31, 2015 at 10:08 PM, wrote:

Yaw

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On Thu, Sep 24, 2015 at 8:21 AM, keminming@gmail.com wrote:

On Tuesday, September 22, 2015 at 3:48:29 PM UTC-4, Mitch wrote:

Stepping back a bit...

Do you want to build the 1.4.5 version?

If 1.4.5, then no, there is no Android Studio configuration. It is an Eclipse project. You would need to do your own conversion to AndroidStudio.

To use 1.4.5 and Eclipse, you would create a directory, then within that directory create subdirectories for collect and google-play-services GitHub repos. Rename the g-p-s directory to 'playservices'. Then open eclipse, import existing projects, and import collect and playservices.

Or do you want to risk building off the tip?

If at the tip, yes. But, as stated, you would create a directory, then within that directory create subdirectories for gradle-config, collect, google-play-services GitHub repos.

Then open Android Studio, and import project from gradle, and point to .\collect\build.gradle

At the tip, depending upon what check-in you are building against, g-p-s may need to be renamed to playservices for everything to work. For whatever check-in you are building, the gradle-config project needs to be checked out at the tag # identified at the top of collect\settings.gradle

On Mon, Sep 21, 2015 at 7:52 PM, kemi...@gmail.com wrote:
On Tuesday, September 1, 2015 at 12:12:38 PM UTC-4, Mitch wrote:

The tagged v1.4.5 release was built using Eclipse.

You would need both collect and google-play-services (again, with that directory being named playservices).

On Mon, Aug 31, 2015 at 10:08 PM, bobac...@gmail.com wrote:

Enabling ODK Collect to break out to utilize ext-SD memory will enable the His Hands Reader deaf enumerators to contribute their hand sign video data along side the hearing enumerators on this worldwide literacy project. Volunteer deaf enumerators from three countries are waiting for the ODK Collect ext-SD fix so they can add their hand signs to the www.HisHandsReader.org literacy system. See the video at that link that describes this unusual goal.

So any help to get this ext-SD addin working is muuuch appreciated!

Bob Achgill

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Hi Mitch, do you have an all-in-one android studio project? I'm not sure how to combine these 3 together. What is the use of the google-play-service? Is that a library project? What is the use of the gradle-config project? How do I use the files in that project?

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Seems 1.45 eclipse is simpler to use. I always meet the same problem:

GeoPointMapActivitySdk7 error

even I import google play service.

I use api 19 sdk.

Seems its a common problem when I search on google.

Do you have any official explain about this problem?

BTW. I didn't find google play service 1.4.5 tag in github, Im using 1.4.4 now. Not sure if this is the problem.

Thank you very much.

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You need to use the g-p-s that we have on our github account.
You should NOT use the one provided as part of the SDK.

Thanks for the note about the g-p-s missing the build tags ... I've added
them.

··· On Thu, Sep 24, 2015 at 1:39 AM, Yaw Anokwa wrote:

https://stackoverflow.com/questions/22256303/the-import-com-google-cannot-be-resolved-odk-collect

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On Thu, Sep 24, 2015 at 8:21 AM, keminming@gmail.com wrote:

On Tuesday, September 22, 2015 at 3:48:29 PM UTC-4, Mitch wrote:

Stepping back a bit...

Do you want to build the 1.4.5 version?

If 1.4.5, then no, there is no Android Studio configuration. It is an
Eclipse project. You would need to do your own conversion to AndroidStudio.

To use 1.4.5 and Eclipse, you would create a directory, then within
that directory create subdirectories for collect and google-play-services
GitHub repos. Rename the g-p-s directory to 'playservices'. Then open
eclipse, import existing projects, and import collect and playservices.

Or do you want to risk building off the tip?

If at the tip, yes. But, as stated, you would create a directory, then
within that directory create subdirectories for gradle-config, collect,
google-play-services GitHub repos.

Then open Android Studio, and import project from gradle, and point to
.\collect\build.gradle

At the tip, depending upon what check-in you are building against,
g-p-s may need to be renamed to playservices for everything to work. For
whatever check-in you are building, the gradle-config project needs to be
checked out at the tag # identified at the top of collect\settings.gradle

On Mon, Sep 21, 2015 at 7:52 PM, kemi...@gmail.com wrote:
On Tuesday, September 1, 2015 at 12:12:38 PM UTC-4, Mitch wrote:

The tagged v1.4.5 release was built using Eclipse.

You would need both collect and google-play-services (again, with
that directory being named playservices).

On Mon, Aug 31, 2015 at 10:08 PM, bobac...@gmail.com wrote:

Enabling ODK Collect to break out to utilize ext-SD memory will
enable the His Hands Reader deaf enumerators to contribute their hand sign
video data along side the hearing enumerators on this worldwide literacy
project. Volunteer deaf enumerators from three countries are waiting for
the ODK Collect ext-SD fix so they can add their hand signs to the
www.HisHandsReader.org literacy system. See the video at that link that
describes this unusual goal.

So any help to get this ext-SD addin working is muuuch appreciated!

Bob Achgill

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Hi Mitch, do you have an all-in-one android studio project? I'm not
sure how to combine these 3 together. What is the use of the
google-play-service? Is that a library project? What is the use of the
gradle-config project? How do I use the files in that project?

If you have a success build, do you mind share me a combined version,
so that I don't need to understand the dependency relation of your projects,

Thanks.

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Seems 1.45 eclipse is simpler to use. I always meet the same problem:

GeoPointMapActivitySdk7 error

even I import google play service.

I use api 19 sdk.

Seems its a common problem when I search on google.

Do you have any official explain about this problem?

BTW. I didn't find google play service 1.4.5 tag in github, Im using
1.4.4 now. Not sure if this is the problem.

Thank you very much.

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