Can you first test webservice_producer and webservice_consumer1?
Those are subsets of the functionality found in webservice_bpel which has a lot of moving parts. You will need to pull consumer out of SVN.
webservice_bpel also requires that you install/configure the right version of Active Endpoints as well.
I have just deployed and tested webservice_producer and it works. Where can I find webservice_consumer1?
I have ActiveBPEL version 2.1 (1473). Link http://localhost:18080/BpelAdmin/ gives me the Administartion tool.
webservcie_consumer1 example works fine. I have even tested the Webservice with soapUI. It seams to be the problem only with webservice_bpel example.
Do you have any further suggestions about fixing the issue with webservice_bpel example?
Tom Fennelly did the work around AE integration. Hopefully he can lend a hand when he gets back form vacation (tomorrow).
I'll have a look at this guys. Will be back when I've something to report.
Any news, or the issue is really so difficult.
Sorry for the delay on this Darek.
I've just gone through this on the latest code in SVN and it failed to reproduce this issue there. I'm in the process of downloading the MR3 release and will come back with my findings there.
Again Darek, sorry about the delay on this.
I'm in the process of downloading the MR3 release and will come back with my findings there.
OK, so I downloaded MR3,
1. installed a clean AS (4.2.0GA),
2. patched it with JBossWS 2.0.0GA (native)
3. added the JAXB Intros to JBossWS ('ant deployIntros')
4. started the AS
5. deployed and ran the quickstart (end to end)
So, I failed to produce this issue again Darek. Did you restart the AS after patching it? I didn't see that in the original list you posted.
Of course I forgot to mention that I deployed the ESB onto the AS :-)
Thanks Tom for checking it out but we must make at least one step in differently. To execute all examples I followed the steps discribed e.g. in the following posting: http://www.jboss.org/index.html?module=bb&op=viewtopic&p=4059129#4059129 You don't write anything about messaging. I have created a brand new installation and performed the following steps, but the result is as previous:
1. Install JBoss-4.2.0.GA
a. unzip C:\INSTALL\JBoss\jboss-4.2.0.GA.zip into C:\Programs\JBoss
2. Install JBoss messaging
a. unzip C:\INSTALL\JBoss\jboss-messaging-1.3.0.GA.zip into C:\Programs\JBoss
b. create and run install.bat in C:\Programs\JBoss\jboss-messaging-1.3.0.GA\util
ant -f release-admin.xml > log.txt
3. Install JBossWS
a. unzip C:\INSTALL\JBoss\jbossws-native-2.0.0.GA.zip into C:\Programs\JBoss
c. create and rune my_build.bat
ant deploy-jboss42 > log.txt
4. Install JBoss ESB 4.2
a. unzip C:\INSTALL\JBoss\jbossesb-4.2MR3.zip into C:\Programs\JBoss\jbossesb-4.2MR3
b. copy install\deployment.properties.example install\deployment.properties
org.jboss.esb.tomcat.home=C:/Programme/Apache Software Foundation/Tomcat 5.5
d. create and run install\install.bat
ant deploy > deploy_log.txt
e. create and run install\install_intros.bat
ant deployIntros > intros_log.txt
5. Run platform
a. run JBoss
create and run run_messaging.bat
.\run.bat -c messaging
6. start Tomcat Service
'Customer' and 'OrderProcess' BPEL processes are already deployed.
7. deploy webservice_bpel
The same error as in my first post
Have I missed a step? Wrong version? I have checked almost all of the other examples, and they work.
So JBossMessage should (in theory (tm) ;-) ) have nothing to do with this quickstart - it should work with either. So, if you could start again and skip the JBossMessageing install (stick with JBossMQ) for now. This will at least tell us is thre something funny in the quickstart re JBossMQ/JBossMessaging.
You're using a non "default" server instance. Can you try from a clean AS and just use the default for now?
Which version of the JDK are you using? Looking at what you posted there, yer using 1.6. It needs to be 1.5. We obviously don't have this set prominently enough in the docs.
I have repeated the procedure with the following changes:
1. JDK 1.5.0_12
2. I skipped the step JBoss messaging (and creating messaging server)
3. consequently I used "default" server
The same error. Just in case I have checked helloworld and webservice_producer and they work.
What else can I check?