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I am also having no luck starting the RI Application Server
with the configuration you describe (J2EE SDK 1.3.1/J2SE 1.4.2
on Windows 2000 Pro). I tried installing the J2EE SDK 1.4b2
bundle and the server still fails to start. I have all of
necessary ports available on my machine. Here is the last line
I get in the app server log:
<[INFO][j2eesdk1.4_beta2][javax.enterprise.system.tools.admin][07.November.2003 17:48:51:422 CST][ADM0102: Starting a thread for tracking manual changes]>
I just want to get the Pet Store application running. Any ideas
what issue I'm having?
I have now been able to start the Application Server successfully
and deploy the Pet Store with the J2EE 1.4b2 bundle, after changing
the HTTP listen port from 1024 to 8000.
Now it appears there is a bug in the Pet Store application, upon
trying to enter the application for the first time
A SQLException is thrown due to an invalid table name "CustomerEJB".
I just tried to log this in Sun's Bug Database, which also failed when I tried to submit the report.
I'm about to give up. Anybody been able to use the Pet Store app
after installing this bundle (j2eesdk-1_4-beta2-windows-eval.zip)?
My guess is that the petstore and OPC applications were not installed successfully. The client will come up fine but it can not connect to the OPC and thus failed. You may want to watch the output of running the setup.bat script carefully to see if any errors were reported. You can also check the logs of the J2EE 1.3.1 to see what errors are reported.
You will not be able to run the petstore only on tomcat since it needs EJBs. This version will not run on JBoss automatically, but I have seen JBoss versions of the petstore, so check their website or search on google.