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Hi...Hello good people.

I am aware that this is probably not the best (how it is called)..place to ask this question, but I am sitting on the train bridge where i can catch some internet, and I am very frustrated. I am preparing for scjp, and also for scwcd, keeping in mind scjd, all in the same time, and i have ten kilograms of books for starting. By the way, with scjp I'am allready on the road, horse.

I just installed NetBeans for java2ee, and i have downloaded Glass Fish Java EE + tools, and installed it on allready previouse instalation , on SE.

On the first run, when i start web application project, i get this:


ConfigFilesUtils: unable to parse domain config file C:\Sun\AppServer\domains/domain1/config/domain.xml
The Sun Java System Application Server could not start.
More information about the cause is in the Server log file.
Possible reasons include:
- IDE timeout: refresh the server node to see if it's running now.
- Port conflicts. (use netstat -a to detect possible port numbers already used by the operating system.)
- Incorrect server configuration (domain.xml to be corrected manually)
- Corrupted Deployed Applications preventing the server to start.(This can be seen in the server.log file. In this case, domain.xml needs to be modified).
- Invalid installation location.
E:\javaWEB\project1\WebApplication1\nbproject\build-impl.xml:563: Deployment error:
The Sun Java System Application Server could not start.
More information about the cause is in the Server log file.
Possible reasons include:
- IDE timeout: refresh the server node to see if it's running now.
- Port conflicts. (use netstat -a to detect possible port numbers already used by the operating system.)
- Incorrect server configuration (domain.xml to be corrected manually)
- Corrupted Deployed Applications preventing the server to start.(This can be seen in the server.log file. In this case, domain.xml needs to be modified).
- Invalid installation location.
See the server log for details.
BUILD FAILED (total time: 13 seconds)



I am aware that i was supposed to post it on some other group (that's how it's called), but I am cold here on the bridge, and trains are passing loud. In school i have it all allready installed, where I allready learned a lot, and I am full of wishfull thinking, dreams, and some truly english word for programming, testing, and so on.. but I can't move. I feel stalled. ( Thats the word i readed in rfc2616, stale ).

I have Vista on laptop. I turned off firewall (and reinstaled NetBeans as well). Help.



 
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I solved my problem. It was about localization. I have ČĆŠĐŽ all over the computer...

Thank you for your attention!
 
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