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    • #356
      Ashutoshashutosh
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      Hi Team,

      We are trying to setup the initial enviroment. Please check the screen shot. The database connection is working fine from the studio, but when we start the server console its giving error as “Data source “DefaultRelationalDatabase” is temporarily unavailable. ”

      Database has been created sucessfully after running the schema tool. We have not done the Load Data tool activity.

      Please suggest are we missing anything. Do we have to run the Data Load tool and load some test data in the database?

      Thank you.

      Regards,
      Ashutosh

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    • #360
      Ashutoshashutosh
      Participant

      NexJ Studio is on juno.
      Eclipse SDK
      Version: 4.2.2
      Build id: M20130204-1200

      We are able to start the server console by installing the java 1.6.0_37. And referred that java in the Window–> preference. Screen shot attached. Now we are able to get the contact page up i.e. client View 🙂

      Still we are getting some warnings. Console logs are attached. Please let us know what needs to be done to fix these warnings are we missing something.

      Thank you.

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      • #370
        Ed ShawEd Shaw
        Keymaster

        Thanks for the screenshots – a picture is worth 1,000 words.

        Looks to me like you have configured your Development environment correctly, but are trying to start up using your UnitTest environment, which I assume has a configuration issue. Try switching your current environment to Development. You can do that using the “Set Current Server” button in the NexJ Studion toolbar. That should help.

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      • #363
        Ashutoshashutosh
        Participant

        Console warnings got cleared after restarting the machine. Now its working fine without warnings.

        Thank you.

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        • #366
          Ed ShawEd Shaw
          Keymaster

          Good to hear!

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    • #367
      Ed ShawEd Shaw
      Keymaster

      Ashutosh,

      That’s great – The jdk1.6.0_26 wasn’t the right version – jdk1.6.0_37 is better. I’m glad the server is connecting to the DB now.

      The warnings you getting are specific to your project environment. They aren’t general framework or studio questions. I’ve mentioned this to your account manager and someone will be in touch.

      Thanks

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      • #372
        Ashutoshashutosh
        Participant

        This time i have selcted the correct environment but still It gives me the same error. Database is set i.e. I have run the schema tool and then data load tool. Test connection is working fine. but still not understanding why I get DefaultRelationalDatabase is unavailable.
        Local dataseeding is working fine screnshot attached for reference and data corresponding data is available in the DB.
        When we go and try to start the Server console it give the error.”DefaultRelationalDatabase” is temporarily unavailable”. Console logs attached for reference.

        I am not able to attach multiple files while replying so ziped in a folder.

        Attaching the logs and screenshot.

        Please let me know more information is required.

        Thank you.

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        • #376
          Ed ShawEd Shaw
          Keymaster

          I notice that the originating exception says that it can’t start up the server because…
          “No message resource found for message property prop.sokeepalive”

          That is typically a problem with an incorrect version of the JTDS driver. Good things to know are…

          1) what version of NexJ Studio are you running? (you can find this in Help/About)

          2) what version of the JTDS driver are you using? (the file is named something like jtds-1.2.x-x.jar and is either in your jre/lib/ext folder or in a folder under NexJ Studio)

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