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Getting Error while deployement of project in JBOSS

 
rakesh kopperapu
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Hi
I taken latest project from repository.
I deployed the project into JBOSS,and i started the server
I am facing the following problems
1)java.util.zip.ZipException: invalid entry size (expected 1282408456 but got 25 bytes)
2)org.jboss.deployment.DeploymentException: URL file:/C:/jboss-4.0.2/server/default/deploy/TCCSite.war/ deployment failed

Please assist me

 
Kuldip Shetty
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As mentioned in your error discription I am assuming that error 1 and 2 are related. As per the exception TCCSite.war file might be corrupted. Verify the TCCSite.war file format.

Kuldip
 
Peter Johnson
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What tool did you use to create the WAR file? Some ZIP utilities create files that are not compatible with the compression mechanisms used for Java archive files (JAR, WAR, etc)
 
Rohithaksha Kalluraya
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Use view and verify the content. If this fails, your war file is certainly corrupt.
 
rakesh kopperapu
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I m using my eclipse,But i am able to deploy and run the other application.
I am facing problem while deploying this.Even i deleted the project and i taken latest again from repository..
Even i am facing same issue
 
Jaikiran Pai
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For the time being, try deploying this outside of the IDE. Place the application in the deploy folder of the server and then from the command prompt start the server. See if that works.

By the way, when you deploy the application from Eclispe, is the server already up and running? Maybe the hot deployment scanner picks up the deployment even before it is completely copied to deploy folder.

And finally, did you try out the various suggestions already given in this thread?
 
rakesh kopperapu
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Ya i tried all possible ways,i dont know why the error is coming,even i tried to create the war file in cmd prompt also.
And i deployed using the my eclipse into the folder C:\jboss-4.0.2\server\default\deploy,And i tried in both ways means i deployed while running the server as well as after shutting down the server..
 
varnita gupte
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Hi,

Remove the generated files in the work as well as in the tmp folder.
some times the catched files also give problem.


Varnita
 
rakesh kopperapu
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even i tried to create war file in different ways i am getting the same exceptions,first one is
java.util.zip.ZipException: invalid entry size (expected 1282408456 but got 25 bytes)
and the second one deployemnt failed
 
Jaikiran Pai
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Rakesh,

You haven't yet answered the questions asked earlier in this thread. Please re-read the replies in this thread.
 
Ravichandran Kg
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Rakesh,

Are you deploying the war in to server? I had a problem similar this, in which i was uploading the war to server in TEXT format. If it is not working in your local itself, then my suggestion will be useless for you .
 
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