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Anjali Ajwani
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I've been trying to install JRun on my machine for the past two days. Everytime it gives the same error message:
"The contents of this file cannot be unpacked. The executable you are attempting to run has been corrupted. Please obtain another copy of the file, verify its integrity, and try again."
I have downloaded every time from allaire's website and with two different login names at different times.
Does anyone have any advice?
Thanks,
.....Anjali.....
 
Bidyut Padhi
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Hi
Anjali
I think the copy you are downloading is not properly downloaded or you are loading on top of a Operating System which the Software Doesnot support(Like for Example Jrun for Win98 may not installed on Win2000 or Solaris Unix ).
If there is any instalation instruction please read it care fully.
One more Chack The System DATE and Time (For expire date of the Down loaded Product.

I faced the same problem when I downloades J2sdkee from Sun microsystem web site.I downloaded in small pices of 1.44 mb.
I hope this may solve your problem
regards
Bidyut

[This message has been edited by Bidyut Padhi (edited March 07, 2001).]
 
Scott Stirling
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There are only two installers for JRun 3.0: UNIX and Windows. there are no differences between the Win98, NT or 2000 installers.
My guess is that you're file really is corrupted, or your disk is out of space so it's not all fitting or something. The JRun installer for Windows is around 17 MB. What's the byte count on the file you've downloaded?
Also note that Allaire's FTP servers are load balanced (and run by an ISP). So there may be a bad file on one of the servers. But more likely, I think, is that the file is not downloaded completely, or was corrupted in downloading. This is somewhat common on a dial-up connection.
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Matts Smith
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If I can give you an advice, downloading another appserver than JRun. We've had nothing but trouble at work.
 
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Originally posted by Matts Smith:
If I can give you an advice, downloading another appserver than JRun. We've had nothing but trouble at work.

I have used JRun for working with servlets for several months and have had nothing but a good experience. I especially enjoy the new administrative interface in HTML format. It makes it easy to maintain.

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Vishakha Ahuja
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After having trouble configuring with tomcat, i downloaded jrun from allaire. IT is not even getting installed. I think jrun has lot of problems during downloading, forget about installing.
 
Marilyn de Queiroz
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I think installing JRun is the hardest part of using it. Once I managed to get it installed, it worked like a charm.
 
ken chou
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I never had any problem for installing JRun. But I ran into problems with it during the process of developing projects. After a lot of struggling, my final solution to solve those problems is to uninstall, then reinstall JRun.
 
Tristan Havelick
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Getting JRun was not difficult. Getting JRun installed without killing all my ASP pages at the same time was. I ended up reinstalling it 5 times, each time with a different walk through from Allaire. Works quite well now though. I'm considering whether or not to put: 'Successfully installed JRun' on my resume.
 
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