I'm also looking for a solution to this problem. But no luck yet.
I get the following error:
19:59:04,057 INFO [STDOUT] java.lang.NoClassDefFoundError: org/jboss/aop/AspectManager
You need to use either the standard or all configurations. The default configuration only includes the minimal j2ee required components.
run.sh -c standard
Is there somewhere in a configuration file I can set it to run the standard version so I can just do "run.bat"?
John, How about adding the '-c standard' to the run.bat?
Or rename the default configuration to something else and rename the standard to default.
I am also having the problems. It's odd to me that this would happen just as a result of using the "default" configuration instead of the "all" configuration. Is there some sort of services file or something that I have misconfigured that's telling JBoss to start AspectManager even though it's supposedly not available in the "default" configuration?
I had tried running JBoss 4 as a test on a Windows machine and didn't have that problem. I'm somehow something must be telling JBoss 4 to attempt starting the AspectManager service.
I'll just run with "all" for now, but I would like to learn what is causing this.
has this been answered yet?