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Hi there,
I am using rhq server and agent on my windows machine. I have
jboss service running on my machine which is detected by the rhq server and
shown in the dashboard. However when I click on a managed resource like a
machine or a server or a service I get an exception
thrown in the logs. The stack trace is as below...
I am running win xp SP2 , and jopr server and agent 2.1.0... jdk
and jre 1.5...
What am I missing here ? What jar do i need to have for this missing class ?






thanks

Sadat
 
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Hmm, it seems to not find a class that is needed.

Just out of curiosity, did you import the resource when you saw it in the Dashboard, or is it still not imported, and therefore not being managed by the JOPR console?

Here is the JBoss forums for JOPR, the JBoss ON team will definitely answer your question there. I used to be on that team, but cannot really help you much further.

http://www.jboss.org/index.html?module=bb&op=viewforum&f=292

Mark
 
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thanks Mark for pointing out that forum... yes i did import the resources after they were discovered by the rhq server... they were successfully imported but after that when i dig deeper into them , i get that error stack trace... anyways i will go to that forum and see what i can get... thanks again...
 
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