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      • 15. Re: Kosmos portlet page is empty
        Aron Gombas Novice

        To resolve your 2nd problem, I should see the HTML source of the JIRA page at "http://fserver:7080/browse/PBP-7".
        If this is not a public URL, can you save the HTML from your browser and send that to me to aron dot gombas at midori dot hu?
        (It can probably be fixed easily.)

        • 16. Re: Kosmos portlet page is empty
          joe Williams Newbie


          I am new to Jboss portal system and I am trying to run KOSMOS. Looks like I have deployed kosmos successfully but I don?t see any pages, the same error as stated
          Cannot render , Object not found ,JBossSvnMonitoringPortletInstance and so on?.
          So as suggested I logged into admin page and added a page manually under Kosmos. but then I don?t know what to do next, how do I configure it.... when I clicked on the Preview link on my page it shows a new page but when I do that to the rest of the kosmos page I get a 404 error. Any help would be appreciated...

          Cheers Joe

          • 17. Re: Kosmos portlet page is empty
            Aron Gombas Novice

            Hi Joe!
            Was this resolved for you? If not, I'd suggest you to study the JBoss Portal documentation related to deployment, and the step-by-step JBP deployment section in the Kosmos Manual. You shoudl be able to find the answers there.
            If not, please ask more specific questions and I will try to help you.

            • 18. Re: Kosmos portlet page is empty
              Trupti Patel Newbie

              When I click on Kosmos in portal I have been presented a page saying

              HTTP Status 500 -

              --------------------------------------------------------------------------------

              type Exception report

              message

              description The server encountered an internal error () that prevented it from fulfilling this request.

              exception

              javax.servlet.ServletException: Exception in JSP: /phalanx/index.jsp:92

              89: <%
              90: if (!leftIsEmpty) {
              91: %>
              92: <basic:forEachWindowInRegion region="<%= left %>">
              93: <%@ include file="window.jsp" %>
              94: </basic:forEachWindowInRegion>
              95: <% } %>


              Stacktrace:
              org.jboss.portal.server.servlet.PortalServlet.doGet(PortalServlet.java:227)
              javax.servlet.http.HttpServlet.service(HttpServlet.java:697)
              javax.servlet.http.HttpServlet.service(HttpServlet.java:810)
              org.jboss.web.tomcat.filters.ReplyHeaderFilter.doFilter(ReplyHeaderFilter.java:96)


              root cause

              org.apache.jasper.JasperException: Exception in JSP: /phalanx/index.jsp:92

              89: <%
              90: if (!leftIsEmpty) {
              91: %>
              92: <basic:forEachWindowInRegion region="<%= left %>">
              93: <%@ include file="window.jsp" %>
              94: </basic:forEachWindowInRegion>
              95: <% } %>

              Please help me to solve it.

              • 19. Re: Kosmos portlet page is empty
                Aron Gombas Novice

                This seems like a problem in the 'Phalanx' JBoss Portal theme.
                Can you try using a different theme and see if the same problem still exists?

                • 20. Re: Kosmos portlet page is empty
                  Trupti Patel Newbie

                  It worked.

                  Thanks alot.

                  One more question please.

                  I created one instance for JBossSVNMonitoring Portlet and configured KOSMOS using it. its working very well but when I restart JBoss I couldn't see anything on KOSMOS page. I need to configure it again with that instance.

                  Is there any different way to shutdown and restart JBoss?

                  • 21. Re: Kosmos portlet page is empty
                    Aron Gombas Novice

                    Kosmos implements the standard portlet behaviour, so it's a JBoss Portal configuration issue.

                    I'd suggest studying the JBP documentation.
                    Are your other portlets restored after restarting the container?

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