ask for help about view demo of x-application

I do the following step to run the property demo of x-application,am I right?
1)I run the build command in the dos command line,it is successful.
2) set up the virtual directory in tomcat,named "property"
3)start tomcat server
4)type:http://localhost:8080/property/Home.jsp as the url in Internet Explore.
5) meet such error: server not available.

when I run the demo of x-application,should I import any .xml file to tamino server?
Thanks for help!

Hello Jessie,

the first step is “setup.cmd”, not “build”. You don´t need to rebuild X-Application, it is ready to run.
Before running setup you need to adjust it to your environment in the env.cmd script.

If you have executed this step successfully the virtual directory for tomcat is set automatically (in case of Tomcat 3.3). You can then start the jsp samples.
If property doesn´t work try another one (e.g. simple, propertydemo).
Is it possible to access the directory (http://localhost:8080/property)?

If you still have problems, please post the complete error message.

Regards, Harald

Hello,

this topic will be moved to the Assistance Forum in the next days.
The assistance forum is intended to be used for technical questions and answers.

Thank you for your understanding.

Regards, Harald

when I run setup bat file in the command line,I meet such error:

setup.collection:

defineTSD:
[java] reading tsd file testsuite\xmlfiles\property\property.tsd
[java] connect failed – retry #0
[java] connect failed – retry #1
[java] connect failed – retry #2
[java] connect failed – retry #3
[java] connect failed – retry #4
[java] error: connect to Tamino failed: Error connecting Tamino: Server Not
Available!
[java] NestedException:Invocation constructor failed.
[java] NestedException without message!
[java] NestedException: Server Not Available!
[java] NestedException:Invocation constructor failed.
[java] NestedException without message!
[java] aborted.

BUILD FAILED

Hello,

please check in env.cmd the variable TAMINO_URL.
:: URL pointing to your Tamino database.
:: Has to be an existing database, X-Application does not create a Tamino database.
:: Note that this is not a URL to Tomcat.
set TAMINO_URL=http://theTaminoHost/tamino/theExistingDB

If the Database exists and is running (you can check this with the Tamino Manager), make sure that there are no trailing spaces in the env.cmd.

Regards, Harald

Tamino is not avaiable.

Please check your env.cmd file and make sure that
that database you specified for “TAMINO_URL” is
up and running. Example: if you value for
TAMINO_URL is "http://localhost/tamino/mydb"
you should start Tamino Manager on your local
machine and make sure that the database "mydb"
is “green”.

Michael

Software AG Germany, Darmstadt

Thank so much for your help.

Now it works.