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What happens if you get the same bug running under win32?
It's basically the same situation. You likely have multiple drives and/or multiple partitions on the same drive, with your temp directory on a different partition. This is not a linux issue, it's a java issue. The solution is the same as described [in the links] in my previous post(s).
Laptop with one HD, no partitions, running XP. Oddly enough, after I restarted Eclipse, I could happily create the server. Of course, this is installing the WebLogic connector for WTP - I did restart it once as it asked. It works, so I'm happy, but still curious as to what kind of bug would cause that.
Seems like a different issue.
I was getting this error and had tried all the suggestions -
The easiest way I could have figured out was to install the complete BEA into a drive which doesn't have your windows installed.
I was facing some security issue in C drive due to some administrator setting, then I went to D drive and gave full control to my user in D drive and then installed the BEA home in D drive and it seems to be working.
Please do let me know if any other info from any one of you.
This was the easiest work around I came accross.
I had this same error today after doing an install of WLP 10.3 including Workshop. For me the reason i had the issue was permissions problem.
I had done the install as a different user to the one i was running Workshop as, and even though the Workshop user had full permission on the WLS domain directory, it wasn't until i made that user owner of the Workshop folder (<WLP_INSTALL>\workshop_10.3) that the error went away.
There were still folders + files under this directory that we're owned by the user i installed as!
FWIW I stumbled across this same issue: Vista Home Premium SP1, and the only difference was the first time I installed WLS 10gR3, WebLogic home was set up at c:\java\bea\wls\10.3 and I got the same error in OEPE. When I reinstalled at c:\java\bea\wls_10.3 everything went fine. I didn't have to perform any change in permissions, but what bothers me is the fact I couldn't fix the cause of the error, just applied a workaround.
Running Vista64 Business; Ran the quickstart with the "run as administrator" option, solved the problem.
how do boot.properties's file ??
content of boot file consist of what?
tks very much
Edited by: user11339478 on 01:26 03-07-2009
I experienced this issue on win.
In my case the issue was my default jre (which eclipse is starting up under). My default was still 1.5. I changed my path so that 1.6 was the default and restarted eclipse. I was then able to add the domain. Additionally be aware that Eclipse 3.4 will actually warn you that starting with 1.6 may cause problems with bea10.0, so I guess the security differences between 10.0 running 1.5 and 10.3 running 1.6 that impact the install in Eclipse.
I got the same error in Win32, First time i was trying to create the domain using the GUi in the Production mode. Then I realized the problem in that and deleted the domain, and created the domain again with the same name in the Development mode. Then came the error.
I restarted the Eclipse, then it was fine, It allowed me to add the server,
Same thing happens with Workshop also..
i had similar error message in eclipse Ganymede while my eclipse was running on JDK 1.5.
i switched eclipse jvm (using -vm option in eclipse.ini) to my JDK 1.6 and restarted it, problem resolved.
Thanks, this is just the info we needed. Same problem, Windows, JRE was the issue. With Java 6 is fine.
My error is
"The server is invalid. Error occurred reading server credential. If the domain was recreated, the server instance in Eclipse must also be recreated. Required classpath for credential detection is missing. Detection is disabled."
I tried all the solutions that you post. It does not work. Can anyone help me?