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RE: Cannot View Domain Server - admingui\login.jsp not found - cannot use oracle database connection pool

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Anonymous

Thank you. The web.xml was already set up as you suggested and I gave up
- I installed on another machine. Now I can see the GUI Domain Server
(from NetBeans) but it doesn't work well enough to set up a connection
pool - the responses are littered with "error on page" and jsf output
stream problems! So I will use the asadmin rather that struggle any
longer with the GUI version.

Not sure if it is appropriate to go on the next problem here. I am also
looking into the forums and might post there.

=========================================================
Since I cannot get the GUI Domain Server work, I am trying to set a
connection pool using asadmin:

create-jdbc-connection-pool --restype javax.sql.DataSource
--datasourceclassname oracle.jdbc.pool.OracleDataSource --property
"user=xxx :password=xxx:
url=jdbc\\:oracle\\:thin\\:@20.4.12.37\\:1521\\:RHYMIS2" rhymis2_pool

That creates the pool, but when I ping I get a message which I think is
misleading and I don't know how to determine what the actual problem is.

asadmin> ping-connection-pool rhymis2_pool
remote failure: Ping Connection Pool failed for rhymis2_pool.
Connection could not be allocated because: Invalid Oracle URL specified:
OracleD
ataSource.makeURL Please check the server.log for more details.
Command ping-connection-pool failed.

The URL is correct - I can see it in the GUI Domain Server and it is
identical to the way I use it with no problems in stand alone Java
programs that connect to the database without problems.

DriverManager.registerDriver (new oracle.jdbc.driver.OracleDriver());
connect_ = DriverManager.getConnection(url, user, password);

where url=jdbc:oracle:thin:@20.4.12.37:1521:RHYMIS2

There is no addition information in the server log.

Phil Virgo
Senior Computer Scientist
CSC

15245 Shady Grove Rd, Rockville, MD 20850
Health Sciences Center | Office: 301-921-3445 | pvirgo@csc.com |
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From: Martin Gainty
To: Phillip W Virgo/USA/CSC@CSC
Date: 07/31/2012 06:32 PM
Subject: RE: Cannot View Domain Server - admingui\login.jsp not
found

looks like the wrong welcome-file got deployed
C:\glassfish3\glassfish\lib\install\applications\__admingui\WEB-INF>vi
web.xml
search for welcome-file-list you should see

/index.jsf

if refactoring the welcome-file to index.jsf doesnt work try
re-downloading and installing a fresh copy of GF from
http://glassfish.java.net/downloads/3.1.2.2-final.html

Martin Gainty
American Idiot
Former contractor to Chinese and Indian CSC FT employees
______________________________________________
do NOT alter or otherwise disrupt this message...

To: users@glassfish.java.net
Subject: Cannot View Domain Server - admingui\login.jsp not found
From: pvirgo@csc.com
Date: Tue, 31 Jul 2012 17:51:05 -0400

SEVERE: PWC6117: File "C:\Program
Files\glassfish-3.1.2.2\glassfish\lib\install\applications\__admingui\login.jsp"
not found

Installed Glasfish Open Source Edition 3.1.2 (build 23) using netbeans 7.2
. After adjusting with ports (8080 was not free so I used domain.xml to
change to 8083 win 2003 server) and java versions I can now start the
server (within NetBeans) but I cannot set up the jdbc connection pool to
Oracle because when I attempt to "View the Domain Server" (from within
NetBeans) at http://localhost:4848 I am told:

SEVERE: PWC6117: File "C:\Program
Files\glassfish-3.1.2.2\glassfish\lib\install\applications\__admingui\login.jsp"
not found

What can I do? Not clear to me what I can do about a missing file in the
installation. (There is no such file). Is this a bug in GlassFish or in
Netbeans? What should I do?

Thanks!

Phil Virgo
Senior Computer Scientist
CSC

15245 Shady Grove Rd, Rockville, MD 20850
Health Sciences Center | Office: 301-921-3445 | pvirgo@csc.com |
www.csc.com

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Hi Phillip,

Looks like there are are some trailing spaces in this string : "user=xxx
:password=xxx: url=..."

Correcting these should solve the problem.

HTH
Shalini.

On Wednesday 01 August 2012 10:22 PM, Phillip W Virgo wrote:
> Thank you. The web.xml was already set up as you suggested and I
> gave up - I installed on another machine. Now I can see the GUI
> Domain Server (from NetBeans) but it doesn't work well enough to set
> up a connection pool - the responses are littered with "error on
> page" and jsf output stream problems! So I will use the asadmin
> rather that struggle any longer with the GUI version.
>
>
> Not sure if it is appropriate to go on the next problem here. I am
> also looking into the forums and might post there.
>
> =========================================================
> Since I cannot get the GUI Domain Server work, I am trying to set a
> connection pool using asadmin:
>
> create-jdbc-connection-pool --restype javax.sql.DataSource
> --datasourceclassname oracle.jdbc.pool.OracleDataSource --property
> "user=xxx :password=xxx:
> url=jdbc\\:oracle\\:thin\\:@20.4.12.37\\:1521\\:RHYMIS2" rhymis2_pool
>
> That creates the pool, but when I ping I get a message which I think
> is misleading and I don't know how to determine what the actual
> problem is.
>
>
> asadmin> ping-connection-pool rhymis2_pool
> remote failure: Ping Connection Pool failed for rhymis2_pool.
> Connection could not be allocated because: Invalid Oracle URL
> specified: OracleD
> ataSource.makeURL Please check the server.log for more details.
> Command ping-connection-pool failed.
>
> The URL is correct - I can see it in the GUI Domain Server and it is
> identical to the way I use it with no problems in stand alone Java
> programs that connect to the database without problems.
>
> DriverManager.registerDriver (new oracle.jdbc.driver.OracleDriver());
> connect_ = DriverManager.getConnection(url, user, password);
>
> where url=jdbc:oracle:thin:@20.4.12.37:1521:RHYMIS2
>
> There is no addition information in the server log.
>
> Phil Virgo
> Senior Computer Scientist
> CSC
>
> 15245 Shady Grove Rd, Rockville, MD 20850
> Health Sciences Center | Office: 301-921-3445 | pvirgo@csc.com |
> www.csc.com
>
> This is a PRIVATE message. If you are not the intended recipient,
> please delete without copying and kindly advise us by e-mail of the
> mistake in delivery.
> NOTE: Regardless of content, this e-mail shall not operate to bind CSC
> to any order or other contract unless pursuant to explicit written
> agreement or government initiative expressly permitting the use of
> e-mail for such purpose.
>
>
>
> From: Martin Gainty
> To: Phillip W Virgo/USA/CSC@CSC
> Date: 07/31/2012 06:32 PM
> Subject: RE: Cannot View Domain Server - admingui\login.jsp not found

Phillip W Virgo

Thank you! I am up and running at last.

I suspect that the gui version fails because of JSF issues - but I am
going to focus on my application now that I have a working environment.

Thanks to both of you for helping me out!

Phil Virgo
Senior Computer Scientist
CSC

15245 Shady Grove Rd, Rockville, MD 20850
Health Sciences Center | Office: 301-921-3445 | pvirgo@csc.com |
www.csc.com

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From: Shalini
To: Phillip W Virgo/USA/CSC@CSC
Cc: users@glassfish.java.net, Martin Gainty
Date: 08/02/2012 02:55 AM
Subject: Re: Cannot View Domain Server - admingui\login.jsp not
found - cannot use oracle database connection pool

Hi Phillip,

Looks like there are are some trailing spaces in this string : "user=xxx
:password=xxx: url=..."

Correcting these should solve the problem.

HTH
Shalini.

On Wednesday 01 August 2012 10:22 PM, Phillip W Virgo wrote:
Thank you. The web.xml was already set up as you suggested and I gave up
- I installed on another machine. Now I can see the GUI Domain Server
(from NetBeans) but it doesn't work well enough to set up a connection
pool - the responses are littered with "error on page" and jsf output
stream problems! So I will use the asadmin rather that struggle any
longer with the GUI version.

Not sure if it is appropriate to go on the next problem here. I am also
looking into the forums and might post there.

=========================================================
Since I cannot get the GUI Domain Server work, I am trying to set a
connection pool using asadmin:

create-jdbc-connection-pool --restype javax.sql.DataSource
--datasourceclassname oracle.jdbc.pool.OracleDataSource --property
"user=xxx :password=xxx:
url=jdbc\\:oracle\\:thin\\:@20.4.12.37\\:1521\\:RHYMIS2" rhymis2_pool

That creates the pool, but when I ping I get a message which I think is
misleading and I don't know how to determine what the actual problem is.

asadmin> ping-connection-pool rhymis2_pool
remote failure: Ping Connection Pool failed for rhymis2_pool.
Connection could not be allocated because: Invalid Oracle URL specified:
OracleD
ataSource.makeURL Please check the server.log for more details.
Command ping-connection-pool failed.

The URL is correct - I can see it in the GUI Domain Server and it is
identical to the way I use it with no problems in stand alone Java
programs that connect to the database without problems.

DriverManager.registerDriver (new oracle.jdbc.driver.OracleDriver());
connect_ = DriverManager.getConnection(url, user, password);

where url=jdbc:oracle:thin:@20.4.12.37:1521:RHYMIS2

There is no addition information in the server log.

Phil Virgo
Senior Computer Scientist
CSC

15245 Shady Grove Rd, Rockville, MD 20850
Health Sciences Center | Office: 301-921-3445 | pvirgo@csc.com |
www.csc.com

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From: Martin Gainty
To: Phillip W Virgo/USA/CSC@CSC
Date: 07/31/2012 06:32 PM
Subject: RE: Cannot View Domain Server - admingui\login.jsp not
found

looks like the wrong welcome-file got deployed
C:\glassfish3\glassfish\lib\install\applications\__admingui\WEB-INF>vi
web.xml
search for welcome-file-list you should see

/index.jsf

if refactoring the welcome-file to index.jsf doesnt work try
re-downloading and installing a fresh copy of GF from
http://glassfish.java.net/downloads/3.1.2.2-final.html

Martin Gainty
American Idiot
Former contractor to Chinese and Indian CSC FT employees
______________________________________________
do NOT alter or otherwise disrupt this message...

To: users@glassfish.java.net
Subject: Cannot View Domain Server - admingui\login.jsp not found
From: pvirgo@csc.com
Date: Tue, 31 Jul 2012 17:51:05 -0400

SEVERE: PWC6117: File "C:\Program
Files\glassfish-3.1.2.2\glassfish\lib\install\applications\__admingui\login.jsp"
not found

Installed Glasfish Open Source Edition 3.1.2 (build 23) using netbeans 7.2
. After adjusting with ports (8080 was not free so I used domain.xml to
change to 8083 win 2003 server) and java versions I can now start the
server (within NetBeans) but I cannot set up the jdbc connection pool to
Oracle because when I attempt to "View the Domain Server" (from within
NetBeans) at http://localhost:4848 I am told:

SEVERE: PWC6117: File "C:\Program
Files\glassfish-3.1.2.2\glassfish\lib\install\applications\__admingui\login.jsp"
not found

What can I do? Not clear to me what I can do about a missing file in the
installation. (There is no such file). Is this a bug in GlassFish or in
Netbeans? What should I do?

Thanks!

Phil Virgo
Senior Computer Scientist
CSC

15245 Shady Grove Rd, Rockville, MD 20850
Health Sciences Center | Office: 301-921-3445 | pvirgo@csc.com |
www.csc.com

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