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try "adminadmin" or "admin123" as the password
It did not work
Your admin should have set a username and password during installation. You need
to use what was set.
I did asked him.
He said while installation he did not set any username and password.
which file i need to check to know what is the username and password
Ur help would be greatly appreciated
If nothing was asked, then it's
otherwise, reinstall (not that big a deal)
Thank you Alexis,
Probably I have to ask my admin to reinstall.
I have one more question. I am working On Oracle 10g AS. I want to test my application that was deployed on Oracle 10g AS for J2ee Compliance using AVK.
I am first testign my source code using the following task.
asant code-scanIn build.xml file, I have made the following changes
I am not sure what should be the value of srcServer. When I give it as oracle, I get following error
<target name="code-scan" description="scan source code tests"> <SourceScan srcDir="D:/Documents and Settings/nzz1ssv/jbproject/SafariSkel/src" srcServer="oracle" />
I Guess There is no need to start the application server when I run code-scan.
BUILD FAILED file:D:/AVK/Samples/build.xml:66: srcServer = oracle is not one of (sunone, weblogic5, weblogic6, websphere and jboss )
I would greatly appreciate if you could help in solving my problem and if posible provide me a good tutorial that explain the whole process of using AVK.
BUILD FAILEDYou are right in testing with code scanning ant task. But unfortunately, Oracle app server is not yet supported by AVK. The supported app server list is printed in the build message above. We in AVK team are aware of this issue and are working on this. Our next version (scheduled to come out in Feb 2005) has addressed this issue.
file:D:/AVK/Samples/build.xml:66: srcServer = oracle
is not one of (sunone, weblogic5, weblogic6,
websphere and jboss )
The current version of AVK is testing compliance for J2ee 1.4, but the Oracle 10g AS supports J2ee1.3
Where can I download AVK for J2ee1.3?
I guess you might have taken care of this in your next release.
AVK 1.4 can be used to test compliance to J2EE 1.3 as well, but to a limited extent. The static verification in AVK 1.4 has rules specific to J2EE 1.3. So, you can use AVK 1.4 for your work.
In AVK 1.4.1, we have made significant development in this regard, and we have introduced a new feature called api scanning in static verification process. This feature support ranging from J2EE 1.2.1 to J2EE 1.4. Watch out for AVK 1.4.1 rel.
thank you Sahoo,
Your information is greatly appreciated.
I will look forward for AVK 1.4.1 release
If you look in the installation log file, and to a text-search within the file itself for 'admin', you should be able to see what it is. For my case, it was: 'admin' for username and 'adminadmin' for password.
HYY,I want to know default password and username .Sorry for interruption you sir/Miss .It will be very much thankfull of you by giving password and username.
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