>>class file has wrong version 49.0, should be 48.0
Looks like you have a 1.4.x JVM referencing 1.5 rt.jar file. Most liekly you still have Eclipse running with 1.4.
>>Unrecognized option: -server
I suspect that your JAVA_HOME is set to a JRE and that the JRE doesn't contain the 'server' JVM. This is typical for JREs in Windows. Unfortunately, you didn't post the whole output - many of the lines are cut off.
I configured the eclipse with 1.5 jdk and then build with ANT and successfully it was built, might be jboss-5.1.0.GA is not compatible with jdk 1.6.
Now the problem is when run jboss server (run.bat) i got the errors which are logged in the attached boot.log file.
following is my environment setting for the java and jboss
CATLINA_HOME = C:\Program Files\Apache Software Foundation\Tomcat 5.5
CLASSPATH = C:\Program Files\Apache Software Foundation\Tomcat 5.5\common\lib\servlet-api;C:\Program Files\Apache Software Foundation\Tomcat 5.5\common\lib\jsp-api;C:\Program Files\Java\jdk1.5.0_11\jre
JBOSS_HOME = D:\jboss-4.0
JAVA_HOME = C:\Program Files\Java\jdk1.5.0_11\
Please help me to find out the exact issue.I am playing around having no success.
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>>might be jboss-5.1.0.GA is not compatible with jdk 1.6.
JBoss AS 5.1.0 is compatible with JDK 6. There are two binary downloads - one for JDK 6 and one for JDK 5.
>>build with ANT
Do you mean that you compiled JBoss AS with Ant? If so, why are you compiling it rather than downloading and installing the binary?
Here is the first error from boot.log:
Caused by: java.lang.IllegalArgumentException: Unable to find operation setDefaultJBossServerLogThreshold(java.lang.String)
I suspect that you have mixed JARs between your 4.0 deployment and 5.1.0. Exactly what changes have you made to 5.1.0? Also, why is the base directory called jboss-4.0? You did not, by any chance, copy the 5.1.0 files to an existing 4.0 installation?
>>JBoss AS 5.1.0 is compatible with JDK 6. There are two binary downloads - one for JDK 6 and one for JDK 5.
then I might have downloaded for the 1.5 jdk
>>Do you mean that you compiled JBoss AS with Ant? If so, why are you compiling it rather than downloading and installing the binary?
I mean compliled my project for the war file using ANT, and project is complied and war file is created successfully by using the jdk 1.5.
>>I suspect that you have mixed JARs between your 4.0 deployment and 5.1.0. Exactly what changes have you made to 5.1.0? Also, why is the base directory called jboss-4.0? You did not, by any chance, copy the 5.1.0 files to an existing 4.0 installation?
I just rename the jboss 5.1.0 to jboss-4.0 so that for the time being i would need to update the build.xml.
you might be right about the jars file mixing.... I only make the following changes while in the process of updation
- download jboss 1.5 and put it to the same folder where 1.4 were located
- change the evironment variables as mentioned above
- configure eclipse according to the 1.5 jdk and successfully created the war file
So if i am mixing jar files there could be only one way which is to refer the jboss 1.4 jar files to the 1.5 which seem like not the mistake I have made.
Any other idea?
one more thing which might help you I blank the jboss 1.5 default/lib folder as i read it somewhere that it should be blanked and when i hit again to run this time got the server.log file as can be found attached
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As you set Eclipse to Java 1.6 and the environment of JBoss to JDK1.5 I suppose that your classes are compiled as Java1.6 and this can not run with a runtime Java 1.5 environment (this will be the Exception you show).
You might download JBoss 5.1 for Java1.5, compile your classes with Eclips(Java 1.5, or use Java1.6 and set the Java5 compatibility flag).
Other option is to use Java6 as runtime JVM, in that case it make no difference whether JBoss 5.1 is the JDK5 or JDK6 version and your classes might compiled with Java6.
>>I download jboss 1.5 and put it to the same folder where 1.4 were located
You do not wat to do this. You need to place JBoss AS 5.1 into a completely different folder from 4.0
You really cannot "upgrade" JBoss AS from one version to another. Instead, you need to migrate your application to the new version. See this post for some suggestions:
I placed jboss 5.1 in different folder update doesn't mean at all that I update the jboss folder sorry if you get wrong idea from my wording.
I just want to run the jboss 1.5 successfully and still not able to do this.
I read you blog but i dont see that we have made any jboss related configuration in the project.
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To get a clear path you should unzip a JBoss 5.1 and start it without any change.
-> this should work if you install/configure the correct JBoss->JVM combination
After this you should deploy your *.xml (e.g. *-ds.xml) to see that this will work.
If it is working you should deploy your application, step by step if you have more than one jar/ear/war.