looks like you had dependency issue.
Just a couple of questions:
how did you deploy the activemq? Did you have activemq configuration file such as localhost-broker.xml in your C:\iona\fuse-esb-184.108.40.206\deploy directory?
Thank you for your reply.
In fact, i installed a brand new version. So, everything is in default state.
ActiveMQ file is named activemq-broker.xml qnd exists in the deploy directory.
hm, I will give a test by installing a new Fuse 220.127.116.11 and let you know then.
I just installed a brand new Fuse ESB 18.104.22.168 and I can start the container without any problem. And the preconfigured broker instance was up. There were 132 bundles by default in the Fuse ESB distribution.
So did you delete your data directory and restart the Fuse ESB container? And could you please let me know exactly how did you start the ESB container after installation?
BTW, you should be able to get rid of the error by uninstalling and reinstalling the "activemq" feature.
in my configuration i have also theses messages
+Unsupported deployment: C:\iona\fuse-esb-22.214.171.124\etc\license_agreement.txt
Unsupported deployment: C:\iona\fuse-esb-126.96.36.199\etc\notices.txt+
I think the problem for activemq is about version not resolved...
see url features ....
I tried installing the same Fuse ESB version on a different machine. I got everything loaded without any problem.
I tried to deleted the data directory. i didn't change anything.
I am starting the esb by the .\bin\servicemix.bat
But i didn't try uninstalling/installing the acticemq feature. I will try and let you know. thank you for the idea.
I tried to install the activemq feature. i got the following.
servicemix> features list
State Version Name
ERROR IllegalArgumentException: URI is not absolute
servicemix> features install camel
ERROR Exception: No feature named 'camel' available
servicemix> features install activemq
ERROR Exception: No feature named 'activemq' available
Seems something wrong with your feature URLs. You might want to have a look at your fuse-esb-188.8.131.52\etc\org.apache.servicemix.features.cfg to see what's wrong and correct it if necessary. You won't be able to see any "features list" unless you have correct URLs listed up there. Just for your reference, I am attaching my org.apache.servicemix.features.cfg file (it is a preconfigured file from fues esb 184.108.40.206 distribution) here.
I reset maven repository to its default setting.
I mean <<User Profile>>\.m2\repository.
I restarted Fuse "Of course" after deleting the data direcory. And i got everything loaded again.
I am so curious about this subject.
Changing the maven default repository caused starting problem to Fuse ESB.
The question is : what do i have to change in order to use user defined repository?
I tried to change the "org.ops4j.pax.url.mvn.cfg" file without any success.
I think I had the same problems, if I started a brand new version of fuse esb 220.127.116.11 without internet access...
I don't know why.
I installed Fuse ESB 18.104.22.168 on Fedora 10 with JDK 1.6 update 14
I get the following error when trying to start ServiceMix:
org.osgi.framework.BundleException: Unresolved constraint in bundle 43: package; (package=org.apache.activemq)
I have followed many of the instructions in the forum:
- removed data directory
- features uninstall/install activemq
- I start service mix with ./bin/servicemix
I believe this may be the reason I cannot invoke the Order Service (using SoapUI) on http://localhost:8192/order-service (though I can retrieve the WSDL from http://localhost:8192/order-service?wsdl).
Any help would be greatly appreciated.