David Newton wrote:I'm not sure how we could help. IIRC there are command-line options to the installer, try something like /v to make it more verbose. (Don't know that works with the EE installer.)
K. Tsang wrote:Welcome, are you bundling the JavaEE SDK with an IDE like Netbeans 6.8 which includes Glassfish 3 (EE 6 compliant)? Not sure if Eclipse has EE SDK bundles.
K. Tsang wrote:Right that link should work.
If you can't get it to work then I suggest you simply just install Glassfish 3 and when compiling your EE apps, set your classpath to javaee.jar in the glassfish's lib directory. Or just use a IDE (makes it whole lot easier).
Glassfish 3 download at https://glassfish.dev.java.net/downloads/v3-final.html
Marcelo Gaspar wrote:I am sure that Luciano is from Brazil too, his name is definitely brazilian.
the situation is pointing towards the windows version. I am almost certain that this is it. Portuguese-BR Windows Version has an issue with the Open Installer.
I just wonder how to make it work, or better, how to make Sun be aware of that.
I looked over the bug report site from SUN, but didn't find an option on where ti post this issue.
Gustavo and Luciano, fellows from Brazil, does it happen the same way to you as it happens to me, as described on my first message?
s, thanks everybody
Gustavo Ehrhardt wrote:
I'm experiencing the same situation.
I've tried to download other bundles, but no success.
When I extracted the glassfish-v3.zip and tried to start the server I've got the stack trace:
Anybody can suggest me anything?
breno costa wrote:Hi everyone, I'm with the same problem, live in Brazil and I'm Windows XP pt-br user... It was as much will to test the news features
(JPA 2,0 mainly) of the JEE6 but unhappyly i'm not obtaining because of this problem....
Switching from electric heat to a rocket mass heater reduces your carbon footprint as much as parking 7 cars. Tiny ad:
free, earth-friendly heat - a kickstarter for putting coin in your pocket while saving the earthhttps://coderanch.com/t/751654/free-earth-friendly-heat-kickstarter