Can you post your data source configuration here? You can use cas-cmd.sh getCrawl option to export it.
Do you have any other data sources (not JSR 170) configured that are working fine?
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In order to use the JSR-170 that came with CAS, please make sure you purchased a license for it prior to June 2013. Other folks have had success connecting to the CQ5 on their own or exporting the content and using one of the data sources that does not require an additional license.
Currently we are crawling the CQ site using the webcrawler command tool and using the baseline update to index the crawler output.However we were not able to use the RMI route at all.We were able to successfully connect to the RMI port on the CQ(as seen from the CMS data-source being saved successfully).The data acquisition just prints a failed message upon triggering.
@Pankaj:This is the only data source we are trying to configure via the CAS console.
Can you please point out to the place where the licence error if any would be printed in some kind of a log?
What issues are you seeing with the crawls? You could also export content out of CQ5 as a XML (or any other kind of) feed and then pull it directly into your pipeline.
Currently we do have a way to crawl the site.No issues in that.
I am actually concerned about the way to crawl by configuring a JSR-170 compliant data source(Endeca-CQ5) in the CAS console(data sources tab)