Do you have the webconsole feature installed?
You can run the following command to double check:
karaf@root> features:list |grep webconsole
If not, just run the following to get it installed:
karaf@root> features:install webconsole
karaf@root> features:install webconsole-base
should tell you it is active and you should be able to access the Admin console using http://localhost:8181/system/console/admin (default user/passwd: smx/smx)
Hope this helps,
Thanks! Being new to FuseESB, I knew it had to be something simple So do we have an inventory of all the features and their descriptions?
Yes. features:list lists all existing features available while osgi:list lists all installed bundles.
You may want to also take a look on the powerful FUSE ESB Console Reference Documentation
Good luck with FUSE ESB...
What about apachemq-web-console - I installed the feature but what port exposes the apachemq administration console?
The apachemq doc has it at http://localhost:8161/admin but does not work after installing the feature.
Edited by: shaffin on Aug 17, 2011 6:53 PM
I suspect you have activemq-broker feature installed already and that already starts an instance of ActiveMQ. The web-console will try to start another instance of ActiveMQ.
You may want to uninstall that feature (karaf@root> features:uninstall activemq-broker) to make sure you can start the web-console.
Restart Fuse ESB after you make those changes to make sure everything is starting correctly at this time.
Then try the following URL: http://localhost:8181/activemqweb/index.jsp
That's probably what's going on in your Fuse ESB install.
Hope this helps,
That worked perfectly!