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I don't think this is app server problem.
You should check the security constraints and login-config section of the web application that you deployed (RFIDmc). Now, it is not clear to me why it throws a 404 which means the resource that you requested was not available.
I don't think it is a 403-authentication failure.
I tried to check as your mention but I did not know which ones are related to RFIDmc.
I got one under Configuration menu -->Java Message Service-->JMS Hosts-->Default_JMS_Host.
Its informations are as the following:-
Admin Username: admin
Admin Password: admin
I changed host name to "localhost", then stop RFID S/W station & Agent, and stop App-server (Derby & Default Server). Then start it again sequencially. It is still the same RFIDmc can not login.
I have a small problem with installation of Sun Java RFID Information Server. RFID Management Console and Event Manager are installed properly and database was created automatically in PostgreSQL. The problem is during the installation of Information Server because it doesn't create database in PostgreSQL. I'm looking into pgAdmin and there is only rfidmgmtdb database created. Maybe there is a problem with JDBC and Sun Application Server but I do no know where. Could You help me with this?
I followed installation procedures several times with no success.
Please follow installation guide on page 93-94. If can not get success to run sql-script. It mean you may enter some configuration ( as shown on page 89) incorrect. You may re-install it again and again.
Or you can run all sql-script by yourself by select "psql to 'postgres'" menu under postgres menu from Window-start menu then try to run sql script one by one sequencially from createuser-> createtable->populate.