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Hi We have installed WebSphere Application Server AE 4.0. But while starting the console we are getting the following problem. ADGU2008E:The Administrative Client failed to connect to the Administration Server.start the local or remote Administration Server Service before launching the Administration Client. What i need to do?. did i miss some thing while installing AE4.0? Kumar
Hi, You can always check up whether you have started the administrative service by looking at the tracefile.(Solaris) It should indicate that "Websphere is open for e-business" For NT, check up the services panel. cheers!!
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Hello, I am not an expert with Websphere, but I also encountered the same problem you are experiencing. You have to check the log in c:\websphere\appserver\logs and check the fatalerror logs if it references an error with JDBC then probably you are Using DB2 7.1 if error is ADMS0007E this means you have to upgrade JDBC 1.0 drivers to JDBC 2.0. here is how you do it. Run the batch file useJDBC2.bat from C:\SQLLIB\JAVA12 hope this helps..