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Problem adding Glassfish v2 runtime to Eclipse R3.3.2 with WTP 2.0.2

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jmordax
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Hi, I am trying to add a Glassfish v2 runtime and I am having problems in first screen where I select JDK 6.0 as JRE and D:/glassfish-2.0ur1 as AppSrv directory. And it complains with this message all the time (it doesn't matter any change I do):

Missing classpath entry D:\glassfish-2.0ur1\lib\appserv-rt.jar

Why is this message? I don't understand i have to add it, but in fact, I have that JAR file in system CLASSAPTH already, but the message stills appearing.

I have serached the web and haven't found anybody with this problem.

Thanks in advance,

Chemi.

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reinerlange
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Hmm. When I had this error I had an version where a setup.xml was in the glassfish folder. It appears that this is an ant build file.
After I run [b]ant -f setup.xml[/b] twice the files where unpacked.

jmordax
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I have done the same test starting from scratch with latest versions:
- Eclipse R3.4M5
- WTP 3.0M5
- Glashfiss Adapter downloaded from WTP wizard.

Same problem... :-(

Nobody is facing this? I don't have any problem using Geronimo and Tomcat.

Thanks,

Chemi.

rafanami
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Same problem for me. It seems that a lot of libraries originally deployed as jars on /lib folder are now with a strange suffix (*.jar.pack.gz), including there appserv*.

Anyone has a clue about this?

Thanks in advance, and Best Regards

Rafael Nami

hybrid_progartes
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hey, guys..please refer to this..i guess you missed the set-up part.. https://glassfish.dev.java.net/downloads/v2ur1-b09d.html

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jmordax
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Thank you guys. Both were right, I missed that final configuration step. Now it is working...

Regards,

Chemi.