I think you are missing something a Anton was able to use your project and had no issues.
Let’s start over to figure out where it fails. To do this, please follow the directions below:
Create a new app in Backendless Console and select it
Click "Download Project Templates", select Java, then select API Service
Click Download and get the zip file. Extract the zip file and open an IDE (we recommend IntelliJ IDEA)
Build the project. Open a comment prompt and change to the project directory.
Run the following command: "./bin/CodeRunner.sh" (I assume you are on a Linux or Mac)
The command will start a demo service in the debug mode. Make sure you can see and invoke it from Backendless Console
Please confirm you got that far and then we will proceed to next steps.
I created a “DebugApp” and followed the process above - I was able to successfully deploy the test service (to both debug and prod) from the generated java code.
I took my test one step further, taking my existing cloud code project, and updating the runner.propertes to point to my “DebugApp” and it also successfully deploys (to both debug and prod). I guess this looks to be something wrong with my current app / environment? Do I need to plan to start fresh and migrate everything over?
Thanks Mark, I was just looking into that … Is the best way to do this with the Import / Export Feature in 4.0? If so, it seems to not copy over the complete table schemas (constraints and regex validators missing). Is that config elsewhere, or is that by design?
Would you be able to confirm if this was ever implemented (Inspecting the current CSVs from export indicates maybe not?) I would soon like to clone my entire development environment into a production app with all of the table schemas and app settings.