In TradingNetwork Console Window Developer Window not opened?

Plz help me!

  In Trading Network Console Window The developer window not opened? why, Can any one tell me About this Error.

The error is like below!

     Error Message : [TRNCONS.000000.000013]
     Error Starting The Developer.
     See system Administrator


                  plz send me reply?
                                   bye.................

There is a TN fix for this… search in the Advantage.webmethods.com.

BTW,what is your IS/TN version and their SP’s??

HTH,
RMg

ya, i am using webMethods 6.1

bye

Please check this advantage thread,it explains the resolution for this issue…

https://advantage.webmethods.com/advantage?targChanId=kb_home&oid=1611822331

HTH,
RMG

Hello,

I have the same problem using TN Console 6.5. I tried to register myself somehow at advantage, but it seems I am not allowed to. Can you please provide me with the resolution here ? We’re in the project and the time counts :slight_smile:

Regards,
Adam

Resolution:

If you are running Windows:
1 Navigate to the <TNConsole_directory>\bin directory and open the console.bat file.
2 Scroll down to approximately line 16, where you find the “SET CLASSPATH=…” line. At this line, add the following after %SSL_PATH%:
;%B2BDEVDIR%…\common\lib\fabricClient.jar
3 Save console.bat.

If you are running UNIX:
1 Navigate to the <TNConsole_directory>/bin directory and open the console.sh file.
2 Scroll down to approximately line 87, where you find the “CLASSPATH=${CLASSPATH}:${DEV_JAR}” line. Insert the following line above that line:
CLASSPATH=${CLASSPATH}:${B2BDEVDIR}/…/common/lib/fabricClient.jar
3 Save console.sh.

HTH,
RMG

Hi Rmg,

Unfortunately, the solution provided doesn’t work. Indeed I was missing mentioned line, so I added it, restarted trading networks console and tried to do the same (associating action to new processing rule, but the error message is the same…This instance is run on Windows environment but it is connecting to IS run on UNIX server.

my console.bat looks like this:

@echo off

REM save old classpath
SET SAVEDCP=%CLASSPATH%

SET CONSOLEDIR=E:\software\wM\wM65Dev\TNConsole
SET B2BDEVDIR=E:\software\wM\wM65Dev\Developer
rem SET JAVA_ROOT=E:\software\wM\wM65Dev\jvm\win142
SET JAVA_ROOT=E:\software\java\j2sdk1.4.2_13

SET ADDCLASSES=
SET SSL_DIR=%B2BDEVDIR%\LIB\entrust
SET SSL_PATH=%SSL_DIR%\enttoolkit.jar

SET CLASSPATH="%B2BDEVDIR%\lib\proxy.jar;%JAVA_ROOT%\lib\rt.jar;%CONSOLEDIR%\lib\tnproxy.jar;%SSL_PATH%;%B2BDEVDIR%…\common\lib\fabricClient.jar"

rem ================================================================
rem LAUNCH
rem ================================================================

:start
cd %CONSOLEDIR%
“%JAVA_ROOT%\bin\java” -Xms24M -Xmx256M -Xincgc -Dconsole.lookAndFeel=com.webmethods.caffeine.plaf.CaffeineLookAndFeelII -classpath %CLASSPATH% com.wm.app.tn.ui.Main “%CONSOLEDIR%\config\ini.cnf” %1 %2 %3 %4 %5 %6 %7 %8 %9
goto done

rem ================================================================
rem HELPER FUNCTIONS
rem ================================================================

rem ================================================================
rem CLEANUP
rem ================================================================

:done
REM restore old classpath
SET CLASSPATH=%SAVEDCP%

Regards,
Adam Hertyk

The above setting should work…please check the developer path and see if the jar exists in the path you mentioned:

E:\software\wM\common\lib\fabricClient.jar

If not replace with this line:

SET CLASSPATH="%B2BDEVDIR%\lib\proxy.jar;%JAVA_ROOT%\lib\rt.jar;%CONSOLEDIR%\lib\tnproxy.jar;%SSL_PATH%;%WmInstallRoot%\common\lib\fabricClient.jar"

HTH,
RMG

Hi,

The file is in the directory. I have replaced the lines as per your request, but the issue stays still.

Regards,
Adam Hertyk

What is the exact error you are experiencing with?

Please find the error in text attachment.
errConsole.txt (18.7 KB)

Your error details looks little different than it was:

OK try this it resolution per your install:

dev.installrootpath=C:\webMethods65\Developer

into
C:\webMethods6\TNConsole\config\console.cnf

and it should resolve.
http://advantage.webmethods.com/article/?id=SR-1-101808244

If not Reinstall the developer and the TN console could resolve this issue.

HTH,
RMG