|Deploy to JBoss 7.x fails [message #985934]
||Fri, 16 November 2012 18:03
| Marc Fournier
Registered: October 2012
Morning all ...|
To open, we originally setup Hudson to deploy to a Tomcat7 server, and all works like a charm, but the developers have decided they wish to use features available in JBoss 7.x, so we are migrating our environment over to it.
I've got JBoss 7.x standalone up and running, and can access the console by going to http:// server:8080 -> Application Console ... I used the add-user.sh script to create a user in both the Management and Application Realms (I believe its only the Application Realm I need though?) and then proceeded to reconfigure my project in Hudson, with 'JBoss URL' set to http:// server and JMX Port set to 9999 ...
If I go there via my browser, it connects, I get a few 'graphic characters' and then the IP of the remote server ...
When I do a 'Build Now' in Hudson, it can't deploy though, with a fairly long stacktrace, but I believe the relevant part of it is:
"Authentication failed: all available authentication mechanisms failed"
I've searched Google for every combination I can think of, and am coming up dry ... I'm suspecting I've missed a setup / configuration option on the JBoss side, but not a clue as to what it is, or where to look for an answer ...
Suggestions / help ... ?
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