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Sherif Shehab
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Guys ,

i;m getting this exceptions when i;m trying to open the web admin for glassfish v3 , why i'm getting these exceptions ? the case is when i open the http://localhost:4848/login.jsf it keeps saying loading admin console the suddenly the page becomes white ..
here is my environment : windows 2000 advanced server SP4 , java 1.6.14
 
K. Tsang
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Glassfish v3 requies JDK 6u17. And you are using 6u14.


Required JDK Version
Installations require JDK 6. The minimum and certified version of the JDK software depends on the operating system:

•For supported operating systems exception MacOS, the minimum required version is 1.6.0_17.

•For MacOS, the minimum required version is 1.6.0_15.

 
Sherif Shehab
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OK i will upgrade to 1.6.17 then see what will happened .
 
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Hi ,

Nothing changed after upgrading to jdk 1.6.17 , and i got these exception ..
 
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I'm having the same problem. I'm using Winxp Pro with Netbeans 6.8 and I have my java system up to date with the current JDK and runtime. I can't seem to find a satisfactory answer. I'm trying to learn how to use the glassfish ap server and can't seem to get to first base with it. Can't even seem to get it started, let alone do anything with it.


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OK.... good news folks. I got it going.

Now, here's a bit info that might be helpful to others who are new to messing with glassfish. For starters, I'm using the Netbeans 6.8 and the glassfish server that I've been trying to boot up is the server that comes with the netbeans jave ee download. I've been trying to boot it up using the right click context window that gives you the ability to start, stop, open the admin interface, etc.... This worked to start glassfish, but nothing else. I had upgraded my jdk and jre files to all the most recent versions as recommended in order to run glassfish version 3. Still no go. After a week of frustration I finally figured it out

Netbeans was using jdk 1.6.0_01 as it's default jdk even though I had installed a more recent jdk. I had to go into netbeans.conf file located in C:/Program Files/NetBeans 6.8/etc and change the ide's default jdk setting to jdk 1.6.0_17. Reboot....now it I am able to access the admin interface.

Hope this helps someone.

Mark

 
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Donald Jackson wrote:OK.... good news folks. I got it going.

Now, here's a bit info that might be helpful to others who are new to messing with glassfish. For starters, I'm using the Netbeans 6.8 and the glassfish server that I've been trying to boot up is the server that comes with the netbeans jave ee download. I've been trying to boot it up using the right click context window that gives you the ability to start, stop, open the admin interface, etc.... This worked to start glassfish, but nothing else. I had upgraded my jdk and jre files to all the most recent versions as recommended in order to run glassfish version 3. Still no go. After a week of frustration I finally figured it out

Netbeans was using jdk 1.6.0_01 as it's default jdk even though I had installed a more recent jdk. I had to go into netbeans.conf file located in C:/Program Files/NetBeans 6.8/etc and change the ide's default jdk setting to jdk 1.6.0_17. Reboot....now it I am able to access the admin interface.

Hope this helps someone.

Mark



Donald you saved me with your idea ,

i was having a problem that i cant open the admin page for glassfish v3 , anyway i updated the jdk to the latest 1.6.0_17 and nothing happened so after a lot of investigation i figured that the glassfish still using the old jdk , so i found the Link that makes you to set the jdk that you wanna use inside the glassfish , and all working now fine Hope this may help anyone was facing my problem
 
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