You installed the datasource descriptor ?
(The doc says not oi use the JEMS installer by the way, because it is just not part of the test suite)
no i have not :-)
i am wanting to use our postgresql database, so ill try configure the datasource descriptor for that. i'll come back here if i run into problems.
ps: thanks for pointing out the lack of jems support; if all else fails i'll try installing the proper way.
for what it's worth:
i've configured the datasource descriptor and uploaded it, along with the jdbc driver for postgresql (having already create a user and jbossportal database).
after restarting the jboss server, everything seems to work now. ie: the portal loads up as expected, i can log in, and navigate around the default portlets with no fuss.
however i've been tailing jboss's logfile and while viewing the portal's homepage i kept seeing this (repeated over and over every 5 seconds or so):
10:55:30,367 WARN [CacheLoaderInterceptor] The CacheLoader interface has changed since JBossCache 1.3.x 10:55:30,367 WARN [CacheLoaderInterceptor] Please see http://jira.jboss.com/jira/browse/JBCACHE-118 10:55:30,367 WARN [CacheLoaderInterceptor] CacheLoader.get() should return an empty Map if the node does exist but doesn't have any attributes. 10:55:30,368 WARN [CacheLoaderInterceptor] CacheLoader.get(Fqn) returned a null; assuming the node nodes not exist.
also, when i tried to log in (by clicking on the Login link on Portal's front page), i noticed this in the log file output:
10:56:40,279 ERROR [IOTools] Error while closing outstream ClientAbortException: java.net.SocketException: Broken pipe ...
... and this a bit below:
10:56:40,280 ERROR [Controller] Cound not send http response ClientAbortException: java.net.SocketException: Broken pipe ...
but yeah, i still manage to log in and browse around, edit my user profile, etc.
and all of this with the JEMS install.
i hope this information may be of use to you and your team. thanks for the tip earlier.
The WARN are safe to ignore, Hibernate got verbose.
The 2 errors are not normal.