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404 after successful installation?

by  leer »  2011/08/30 20:13

Everything appears to have installed and started up correctly (the Jahia login page loads when I open http://localhost:8080/) --but once I log in, I get a Jahia-formatted 404/not found page.

I'm using Windows 7 and Jave SE 7.

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Re: 404 after successful installation?

by  faissah »  2011/08/31 21:00

Hi,

Have you tried http://localhost:8080/start ?

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Fabrice

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Re: Re: 404 after successful installation?

by  leer »  2011/09/01 12:27

With that URL I get this message:

404 - Page not found

The file that you requested could not be found on this server.

Click here to return to the home page: Homepage

Of course, clicking on the Homepage link doesn't work either. The one error I can find in the output when Jahia is loading up says that I'm using an incompatible version of Java:

You are using an unsupported JDK version
or have an invalid supported_jdk_versions parameter string in
the deployment descriptor file web.xml.
<br/><br/>Here is the range specified in the web.xml file : 1.5 <= x < 1.7.

I'm using 1.7. Is Jahia incompatible with the current version of Java? The download page mentions a minimum java version, but not a maximum.

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Re: Re: Re: 404 after successful installation?

by  leer »  2011/09/01 14:29

It looks like that was the problem. I downgraded Java to 1.6 and now the home screen loads. Please mention on the download page that Jahia is not compatible with Java 1.7!

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Re: Re: Re: Re: 404 after successful installation?

by  faissah »  2011/09/01 16:15

Hi lee,

Download page has been updated, thanks a lot for your feedback.

Regards,

Fabrice
 

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When will Jahia be compatible with later versions of Java?

by  kimivan »  2011/12/23 13:00

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Re: When will Jahia be compatible with later versions of Java?

by  zahoo »  2012/07/04 23:11

Hi,

 

I have a similar issue. I've installed the recent version of Jahia (6.6.0.0) using the console installation, opting out of using bundle Tomcat, using java jdk 1.6.0_33 (see java -version output below). At the end of installation process I got a jahia.war file and the .zip file to be extracted to the tomcat server's lib  library. I extracted the .zip file tpo the proper location, and delpoyed the application (jahia.war). The application came up nicely after a while and I was able to launch it. I got a login screen, but when typing root and the password I gave at installation the application could not log me in. Instead I got a page 404 error. I include below the error message I found in jahia.log file.

Please note, I read the relevant topic in this forum, but I assure you I am nopt using java 7 series. Could you please guide me in finishing the installation successfully? 

 

Thank you,

 

Zahoo

java -version:

 

java version "1.6.0_33"
Java(TM) SE Runtime Environment (build 1.6.0_33-b03)
Java HotSpot(TM) 64-Bit Server VM (build 20.8-b03, mixed mode)
 
jahia.log:
,149: WARN  [http-8080-4] org.jahia.bin.errors.ErrorLoggingFilter: [Error code: 404]: Requested resource is not available: /jahia/cms/en/users/root.user-home.html
,702: ERROR [http-8080-4] org.jahia.services.render.filter.RenderChain: Error while rendering the resource: Resource{node=/users/root, primaryNodeTypeName='jnt:use
 
 

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Re: Re: When will Jahia be compatible with later versions of Java?

by  shuber »  2012/07/05 09:29

It seems there was a problem prior to that during the import. Could you check the logs in catalina.out or in the console to see if there were errors prior to that ?

Also, how much memory is allocated to your tomcat server in the catalina.sh file ?

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  Serge Huber.

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