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Glassfish deployment issues

 
Joseph Swager
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Hello fellow ranchers,

So below is the error I'm getting when i try to deploy my store portion of my app. This sever error for Invalid InputStream returned for applies for every jar in the project. Is it because the jars are already present or is it because they are not being exported to the project?
I''ve never encountered this error before. I've tried to google this problem but no success. Any help or nudge in the right direction would be appreciated.
 
Joseph Swager
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Here is a list of the Jars for the apps in there WEB_INF/lib directory. Hope that helps

 
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When i try at the command line and do a forced deploy here is the errors I get

 
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Hi everyone. So I redid the domain on glassfish and it seems not to help any. Although the errors I think are being a little more discriptive, but I'm still lots as to what the JAR issue I think I'm having.

Any Ideas or hints would be most appreciated. In the meantime Ill continue to find a solution and will share with the community if I find one.

Thanks all.

 
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Hello fellow ranchers,

SOLVED IT!!!

So it appears that jboss wouldn't complain about having to jars of jboss-system

I removed jboss-system-1.3.0.jar and it it has deployed everytime I've tried on glassfish. I hope that helps someone with this crazy issue I've had for over a week.

Can someone explain why the jboss 4.2 server we deploy on currently doesn't blow up like glassfish does?

Happy Coding

Joe
 
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