I'm using JRockit Mission Control (4.0) with the following version (Java(TM) SE Runtime Environment (build 1.6.0_29-b11) Oracle JRockit(R) (build R28.2.0-79-146777-1.6.0_29-20111005-1807-linux-ia32). I used to be able to install the plugins but now I am unable to since I get an error 403 when trying to contact the site.
I have tried this at work (corporate LAN) with proxy settings because without setting the proxy, I can't even connect to the site in question. I have also tried this at home (jrockit R28.2.3 with JRMC 4.1 on Windows 32bit) so I don't need a proxy but I get the message that I have network connection problems (Unable to access http://jrpgftp.se.oracle.com/jrmc/updatesites/4.1.0/rcp" Error parsing site stream [Premature end of file]
Try starting JRMC with
..../bin/jrmc -J-Dhttp.proxyHost=<proxyhost> -J-Dhttp.proxyPort=<proxyport> -J-Dcom.jrockit.mc.updatesite.isonoraclenetwork=false -consoleLog
Let me know if that helps.
JRockit Mission Control QA
Thanks for your reply. That helped and I was able to get the proxy plug as required. Since I was using the proxy and invoking 'java' at CLI, I could omit the "-J" argument and use "java -Dhttp.proxyPort=<myProxyPort> -Dhttp.proxyHost=<myProxyHost> -Dcom.jrockit.mc.updatesite.isonoraclenetwork=false -jar <JRockit_home>/missioncontrol/mc.jar" for the plugins to work correctly.
Unfortunately we don't support http.proxyUser and password,
I had no idea it was a special case, had to read up on it now.
If you really want to use our experimental plugins, but your proxy is stopping you,
you can always install Mission Control base + experimental plugins in Eclipse.
You will need to start jrmc with a java invocation to use a proxy:
Try "$MY_JROCKIT_HOME/bin/java -Dhttp.proxyPort=my.proxy.port -Dhttp.proxyHost=my.proxy -jar JROCKIT_HOME/missioncontrol/mc.jar"
You will then be able to install the experimental plugins.