I was trying to install the BpmsTrial. Linux 64bit. First I ran the installation (-install switch). It went OK. Then I ran the -configure switch. It seemed to do lot of work correctly, but after starting some of the servers (I guess), it halted with an exception:
MWS, IS, UM are running. I can connect start them, connect to them. However, the exceptions looks like some part of the configuration went wrong.
Thanks for your suggestion. I moved a bit further. This time no InvocationTargetException occured. But it failed again with Conection refused error. See the screenshot. Have you got ant suggestion on this?
I assume that SoftwareAG Platform Manager (SPM) is either not started or using a a port different from the default port (8092) because of a port conflict detected during installation.
Please check the following:
(1) There should be a file at the following path relative to your installation root (/opt/softwareag ?)
The actual value for "*" is the port. If it is not 8092 we have a port conflict.
(2) Have a look at the file “/tmp/groovylogs/testautomation.log” it should contain lines similar to the following ones. Is there a line stating “All needed ports are available” - or does it report port conflicts?
In case a port conflict has been detected: check which process is using that port and remove that conflict.
Unfortunately, the Bpms Trial setup does not support non-default ports.
there is vague idea what might possibly help here:
On Windows we sporadically encounter an issue with the same CC command because MWS is not up in time; the error message is different from yours, but I would give it a try:
Start MWS and
open the GUI (port 8585) and
enter the settings on the Servers page according to the screenshot attached
As BPMS Trial has expired its license, I got new license files and reinstaled the whole BPMS Trial from the very beginning. Surprisingly, it was installed completely without any error. The issue didn’t occured again.