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User App 4.02 deploys okay but throws an error on first connect

I've just migrated from IDM 3.61 to IDM 4.02. I have the User App
running JBoss & PostGreSQL on Windows 2008R2. JBoss seems to deploy
normally, but when I try to connect to it from a browser, I get "An
error has occurred while processing your request." The JBoss server log
throws an error saying in part "one or more tables is missing."
The relevant portion of the server log is here: http://pastebin.com/0vERzWZK

Do I need to wipe everything off the box and reinstall JBoss, PostGreSQL
and UA?

Thanks

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Re: User App 4.02 deploys okay but throws an error on first connect

On 12/13/2012 03:02 PM, Douglas Black wrote:
> I've just migrated from IDM 3.61 to IDM 4.02. I have the User App
> running JBoss & PostGreSQL on Windows 2008R2. JBoss seems to deploy
> normally, but when I try to connect to it from a browser, I get "An
> error has occurred while processing your request." The JBoss server log
> throws an error saying in part "one or more tables is missing."
> The relevant portion of the server log is here:
> http://pastebin.com/0vERzWZK
>
> Do I need to wipe everything off the box and reinstall JBoss, PostGreSQL
> and UA?
>
> Thanks
>

Greetings,

1) Did you select Existing or New when you installed for the Database?
Did you select to have the tables created: now, via sql script, or at
start-up?

2) Are you installed as Cluster or stand-alone (default)

3) Based upon
"com.novell.soa.af.impl.core.EngineImpl:loadEngineState] Duplicate
engine id detected. This engine may not have been shutdown cleanly or
another engine is running with engine-id: ENGINE . Waiting 60000 ms for
heartbeat to timeout."

This is also a bit troubling depending upon some of your answers above.
Unless of course you did a ctrl c and then restarted to get a fresh
log (which explains the error because you failed to shut down the
Application correctly).

4) Seeing the full server.log from a start-up would be helpful


--
Sincerely,
Steven Williams
Lead Software Engineer
NetIQ
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