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Trouble getting started with Jetspeed 2

 
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I'm trying to get a portal stood up. Since Apache makes good stuff, I'm starting with Jetspeed 2.

I went to the site and started the Maven tutorial. I'm using Maven 2.2.1 from the STS bundle. During the Maven install, I get a lot of not found errors from bluesunrise, but it says it finished jetexpress successfully. I configured jetexpress to use Tomcat 7.0.16. There wasn't a major version setup for 7 yet, so I left it at 6.

Everything seems to be working fine until I go to log in with admin/admin. Then I get the following error on the site.



Looking in the logs, I found the following two errors.


This error seems to be caused by a missing file. I did some googling and was able to find the file and replace it, and the error went away.

The other error was this. I can't seem to find any information as to the cause of it. And I can't find the mailing lists to ask on there. Any help would be appreciated. Thanks.

 
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Apparently it seems to be a Tomcat 7 issue. I just tried again with Tomcat 6.0.32 and it seems to be working.

However, I still can't find the Jetspeed mailing list info. Does anyone have it?

TIA.
 
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A bit late but just in case you have not found it yet

jetspeed-user@portals.apache.org

There is also a LinkedIn group Jetspeed Portals.

 
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Welcome to the Ranch Ron!

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