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From Ben Dewey <>
Subject RE: Metro Contribution
Date Mon, 10 Aug 2009 15:17:29 GMT

I don't see anyting attached, you can send it to me directly.

Essentially the 503 error means that the server IS running, but that webservice is NOT working.

Also, check your glassfish/autodeploy directory for the war files.  This will tell you if
there was a failure in the build.  If the war files are present, then you'll have to track
down the errors in you logs.


From: Ranjitha V []
Sent: Sunday, August 09, 2009 11:46 PM
Subject: Re: Metro Contribution

Hello all,

Well, I did make sure that my glassfish server was running before I verified deployment.
I was successful in deployment of config service. The only thing not working right now is

I noted the contents of my server.log file as Ming had mentioned but I found that no new error
corresponding to the failure of OP had been added. I have shortened the server.log file and
added only
important events and sent it as an attachment.

Do let me know if there is something I am missing here.


On Mon, Aug 10, 2009 at 3:04 AM, Ben Dewey <<>>
It should be noted that the wampserver for PHP uses 8080. Thats why in some places, and in
my environment, the default glassfish port of 8080 is changed to use 8090 so it doesn't conflict
with php.

For consistency i think the doc should all use 8090 and provide instructions on changing the
glassfish port number.  Thoughts?

-Ben Dewey

-----Original Message-----
Date: Sunday, August 09, 2009 9:26:05 am
From: "Ming Jin" <<>>
Subject: Re: Metro Contribution

Hi, Vineet
It's a bug in the manual.doc, the port should be 8080. We'll correct that.

The addresses in manual.doc use the specific port GlassFish uses for the
HTTP connection. By default, Glassfish uses 8080 as its HTTP port for
domain1, so here you should use 8080 rather than 8090 for the verification.

Furthermore, to any URL related to Glassfish Server, port 8080 should be the
right one(if you didn't change the default configuration in Glassfish).

On Sun, Aug 9, 2009 at 12:22 AM, Vineet ghatge <<>>

> Hi Ben,
> In the manual documents/manual.doc,Under "deployment"
> The last step named "verify deployment" there are the following step
> ?    Verify Deployment
> a.    BS
> Open browser with
> http://localhost:8090/business_service/TradeServiceWsas?wsdl
> b.    OP
> ?    Secure
> Open browser with
> http://localhost:8090/order_processor/OrderProcessorSec?wsdl
> ?    Non-Secure
> Open browser with
> http://localhost:8090/order_processor/OrderProcessor?wsdl
> c.    Config Service

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