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Alfresco custom installation on jboss using Postgres

vikram mishra
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hi every one .. I'll really appreciate if some one can teach me or suggest me how to install ALFRESCO 3.4 on (windows xp)jboss 5.1/6 using postgress 9.1 step by step using alfresco enterprise zip file.
When i did it as given on the official documentation as under.
1.put alfresco-global.properties in conf folder of jboss..-- following are the values


step 2. copied postgres jdbc driver in lib folder.(I've already started server and checked connecting to it using java)
step 3. copied alfresco.war and share.war in server/default/deploy folder
Ulf Dittmer
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You didn't say what -if any- problems you encountered, but "put alfresco-global.properties in conf folder of jboss" sounds odd. That file needs to be in the classpath, and "conf" does not sound like it would be in the classpath. (It's possible it might be, though - I don't know much about JBoss.)

It looks like the DB password is commented out; you may need to fix that.


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Jaikiran Pai
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Ulf Dittmer wrote:That file needs to be in the classpath, and "conf" does not sound like it would be in the classpath. (It's possible it might be, though - I don't know much about JBoss.)


Up until JBoss AS6, JBOSS_HOME/server/<servername>/conf folder is made available in the classpath of all applications on that server. It's usually used to place .properties files and such, but really those properties files belong to the application itself.

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Jaikiran Pai
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Vikram, what issues are you running into after following those steps?
vikram mishra
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right now there are multiple exceptions i solved a few

I took following steps

1. instead of postgress i used MYSQL 5.1(commented the postgres info and used mysql instead)
2. put alfresco-global.properties in server/conf/alfresco/ (this resolved the failed to find configuration file error)



right now facing "unable to find resource " some dialect problem though i am using mysql.


so can you tell me how to eradicate this error???
Jaikiran Pai
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vikram mishra wrote:

right now facing "unable to find resource " some dialect problem though i am using mysql.

so can you tell me how to eradicate this error???


You'll have to provide more details including relevant exception stacktraces for us to understand what's wrong.
 
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