try unsetting JBOSS_HOME and attach the complete log with stacktaces
thanks for your kind reply.
I've unset the JBOSS_HOME variable and run Jboss.
Attached you can find the complete log/server.txt and log/boot.txt files
I'm on Win Server 64 bit.
Do you see anything else wrong in the logs?
The "ClassLoader has not been set" in a bit omnious. Tried using a different dir than "Program Files". I think it can barf on that.
Problems with whitespaces in path or filenames are often a problem.
Install JBoss and Java JDK in directories without it!
Hi Nicklas and Wolf-Dieter,
thanks for your replies. I will try asap your suggestion and provide feedback.
Hi I have tried to install JBoss and Jdk in paths without spaces but the result is still the same.
In addition I have found a wiki entry (http://community.jboss.org/wiki/ClassLoaderhasnotbeensetexceptioninbootlog) where it is explained that the "ClassLoader has not been set" is just a debug info.
I have attached the newly generated logs, but they seem identical to the previous ones.
Is there any other attempt that I might make?
it was all a matter of starting the default configuration.
In fact, using all/standard/... the error disappeared
Thanks for your support