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Gassfish v2.x Configuration / Instance Properties in Web Console?

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areplogle
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In a clustered setup when I click on an instance within the cluster there is a "Properties" tab between "General" and "Monitor".

When I go into this properties screen I see "Configuration Properties" and "Instance Properties" which are always blank with the exception of an error on the Configuration Properties screen that says " An error has occurred
Property AJP_INSTANCE_NAME is not found in the element."

Which I assume is from me setting up properties for mod_jk. I've set various other properties on these instances as well like paths to our quartz configuration file (ie. QUARTZ_PROPERTY) and a few others that show up when I do:

asadmin list-system-properties .

My Question is:

Are "Configuration Properties" or "Instance Properties" supposed to show "system-properties" set on the instances and if they are, is it a known bug that they don't? I've noticed this behavior since early v2ur1 releases.

If those screens are not intended to display system-properties, what were they designed for?

Thanks =]

Andrew

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areplogle
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Just thought I'd follow up again to see if anyone had any clues on this?

Steve Essery

There are a number of defects logged in this area on V2, e.g. 6672732 is
probably the closest - related are 6672733 and 6670488 - I believe 32
and 33 are still not fixed.

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Steve,

I was unable to find any of the above listed issues you mentioned in the issue-tracker.

https://glassfish.dev.java.net/issues

Is this the same place they're being tracked or is there another bug like tracking system in use as well?

Thanks,
Andrew

Steve Essery

Sun has its own internal bug database used for all products. The
defects where raised on behalf of a customer using the Sun Java
Application Server 9.1 (i.e. paid for support) and were created
internally.... I am not sure what process decides whether these are
exposed via http://bugs.sun.com/bugdatabase. All I can say is I know of
these issues and an engineer is still working on resolving them.

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areplogle
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Thanks for clarifying that for me Steve =]

Andrew

bbqmike
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Sorry.. not an answer, just trying to add some cred to the issue.

We're seeing the exact same thing trying to setup clusterin with mod_jk.

areplogle
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*shameless bump*

km
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I am afraid, your question is not clear. There may be a possibility of a bug in the admin console screens, but I am interested in knowing what you want to do. Maybe an asadmin option exists?

-Kedar

areplogle
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I'll try to clarify with some screenshots.

What I thought the function of the following web-console screen was, was to show the system-properties set on the instance.

What I'd like to do is to be able to use this screen to add system / config properties the same way I do through the asadmin commands.

So the questions is:

Are the system-properties listed in the CLI / asadmin screenshot supposed to appear in screen of the web-console screenshot?

If not, what is that screen for and why does it complain about the AJP_INSTANCE_NAME property?

Thanks,

Andrew

janey
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You should be able to see the system-properties in webconsole. How was AJP_INSTANCE_NAME property created? I was able to view system properties using both asadmin and webconsole. Was there a stacktrace in server.log when you try to view the system properties from webconsole?

areplogle
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AJP_INSTANCE_NAME and all of the other properties I add are created with asadmin via create-system-properties command. Any time I've ever tried to add properties through the web console, the application has never picked them up.

Attached are the errors that show up in the server.log from the admin console. These are the only messages logged at any level during this hour.

I hope this helps.

areplogle
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Anyone have any ideas on these screens or is it working for anyone else?