Kyle, I just joined the Yahoo websphere-workbook workgroup, but it doesn't look like you spend time there. Is this a better place to ask questions about the workbook? Assuming the answer is yes, I'm having a problem with your first exercise using the launchClient. I'm getting a NameNotFoundException, which seems other's have also run into, based on the yahoo workbook group (the last post dated 3/3 on the yahoo group is the same problem). I found the error on page 60 listed on the errdata page, and have changed the JNDI name to "CabinHomeRemote", but still get the NameNotFoundException. Any ideas? Mike
If you use WAS AEs 4.0.1, I know it would be worthwhile to use dumpnamespace command (located in the bin dir). You need to ensure WAS is running prior to running this command. This will list all objects registered in the JNDI tree. Make sure your CabinHomeRemote is in there. Hope that helps, PJ [ March 19, 2002: Message edited by: Prashanth Joisha ]
PJ, Thanks alot, and yes, it did help. DumpNameSpace did not show "CabinHomeRemote", so my previous attempts at deployment must have failed. I'm not sure why, but I uninstalled the Cabin app, and then reinstalled, and everything was ok. Since you are familiar with WebSphere, have you run into any trouble with the Admin Console. I have had some trouble launching it, on occasion. That said, for the last day and a half, it has worked fine, without hanging up. I'm just curious if the admin console is known to act up, or if I'm having a user error (and if user error, what is it so I can avoid it). Appreciate the help. Mike
I have not had any problems with the Admin Console. Are you seeing any errors at all or is it just hanging? How much RAM you have on your box? One possibility (and again I'm guessing) is that you maybe having some JDK conflicts - Next time you uninstall WAS, uninstall all other JDKs from ur box. HTH, PJ [ March 19, 2002: Message edited by: Prashanth Joisha ]
PJ, From the default_server_stdout.log HttpTransport X server socket accept failure: socket closed I do have more than one JDK (Sun 1.3.1 and IBM 1.3.0 that was downloaded as part of the WebSphere 4.0.1 download). The default JDK on my PC is the Sun JDK (i.e. open a cmd prompt and enter java -version and I get the Sun JDK). I would assume the "typical" install points WebSphere to the IBM JDK, regardless of other JDKs. Also, I just checked the stdout.log file, and it prints out the IBM 1.3.0 JDK. Thanks for the help.
Sorry Mike I seem to be on a deadend. The reason I suggested uninstalling the *other* JVMs is because I have a feeling your browser (and I'm assuming u are using IE) is acting up. Try atleast removing that MS JVM and reinstalling it. PJ