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From Alberto López <>
Subject Re: Thank you for not supporting me in any way
Date Fri, 13 Feb 2009 09:42:12 GMT

Thank you Jonathan,

I did it both ways, deploying the .war with Tomcat running, an dalso with
Tomcat stopped.

It failed both ways.

The really strange think is that after posting my message I tried again, but
with another Tomcat installation on a different path and it worked perfectly
(reinstalling it in another location was because of other reasons).

Both were clean installations, so this seems really strange. I will do the
same on another machine, with the same paths and tell you the result.



Jonathan Gallimore-2 wrote:
> Hi Alberto,
> Firstly, Many apologies for the delay in responding to your question.
> I'm not sure exactly what has caused your issue, but the general 
> installation instructions for Tomcat are:
> - Copy openejb.war (if the filename is different I tend to rename it) to 
> /path/tomcat/webapps (I do this with Tomcat stopped, and make sure there 
> isn't already an openejb folder under webapps)
> - Start Tomcat
> - Navigate to http://localhost:8080/openejb in a browser and run the 
> tests and install the optional listener.
> - Restart Tomcat
> That should be all that's necessary.
> I've just done this with a fresh Tomcat 6.0.18 and OpenEJB 3.1 download 
> on Windows XP. It appears to work, so I've zipped up my whole Tomcat 
> directory with OpenEJB deployed and copied it up to my Apache web page, 
> which you can use should you decide to give OpenEJB another go: 
> Regards
> Jon
> Alberto López wrote:
>> we were seriously considering adopting OpenEJB (we are a spanish
>> government
>> agency) because we liked the concept, but this complete lack of feedback
>> has
>> made our minds clear.
>> Cheers. 

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