|OSEE installation - Unable to Connect to [http://localhost:8089/] [message #990801]
||Fri, 14 December 2012 10:27
| Rodrigo Batista
Registered: December 2012
I am currently trying to assess whether OSEE could serve the needs of my organization. I have not yet managed to follow the tutorial since I am stuck with the installation, and I am hoping that somebody in this forum can provide some help.
I am not a software developer and have only limited experience with Eclipse. This is what I have done so far:
I have downloaded the following software:
- Eclipse Indigo (3.7.2)
- PostgreSQL 9.2.2
- OSEE Client 0.10.3.v201210232247-REL
I have managed to install the OSEE features by pointing the "Install new software" in Eclipse to the OSEE zip file downloaded from the OSEE site.
I also now have initialised the postgresql-DB using the settings recommended for port, user name, passwd etc. and can connect to it from the pgsql-AdminIII tool.
I can start the postgresql database server.
I can launch the application server without errors and see the "osgi>" prompt.
But when I try to launch the OSEE client, I receive the following error message:
Osee Services are NOT available
org.eclipse.osee.framework.core.exception.OseeAuthenticationRequiredException: Session is invalid - authentication is required
Session is invalid - authentication is required
The ATS Navigator window in Eclipse is showing the following error messages:
java.lang.Exception: OSEE Service(s) Unavailable:
CLIENT VERSION: 0.10.3.v201210232247-REL
CLIENT INSTALLATION: C:\_PA\OSEE
APPLICATION SERVER - ERROR - SEVERE: Unable to Connect to [h t t p : / / localhost:8089/]
ARBITRATION SERVER - OK - INFO: Arbitration Overridden
CLIENT DATA SOURCE - ERROR - Error obtaining database connection.
SESSION MANAGER - ERROR - Application Server not Available
Entering h t t p : / / localhost:8089/ in my web browser leads to a "cannot connect" message.
I do not have administrator rights on my Windows computer. I am wondering if this might be the reason for this problem? Is there any way to troubleshoot this?
Thanks in advance for any help...
PS:had to include the spaces in the localhost address because the forum will not accept the address until I have posted 5 times...
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