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From Kevan Miller <>
Subject Re: [VOTE] 2.0-M3 Release
Date Thu, 01 Mar 2007 22:51:09 GMT

On Feb 28, 2007, at 9:35 PM, Joe Bohn wrote:

> Matt Hogstrom wrote:
>> I have gotten past the hurdles and present for your reviewing  
>> pleasure Geronimo 2.0-M3.
>> All assemblies as well as source are available.  http:// 
>> I have tested a few of the assemblies by deploying and running  
>> DayTrader and now its your turn.
>> This vote will conclude Saturday at 1800 Eastern time.
> Way to go Matt!!!
> Here's what I observed.
> Building from source zip:
> - At first I tried just to build using mvn.  This failed because it  
> was looking for a car-maven-plugin with version 2.0-M3.  jdillon  
> then reminded me that I needed to run bootstrap first.  mvn - 
> Dstage=bootstrap failed with missing:
> org.apache.cxf:cxf-rt-transports-http:jar:2.0-incubator- 
> RC-20070213210000
> org.apache.cxf:cxf-rt-frontend-jaxws:jar:2.0-incubator- 
> RC-20070213210000
>  ... Do these jars need to be added to the local repo in the image?  
> I'm not certain that it is essential to be able to build from the  
> image source.
> Binary images:
> - I started all 4 server images ... played with a few portlets on  
> the web console for the jee5 images, and deployed a simple war  
> file.  All that went fine.
> - One annoying thing was that after having started the server  
> images using the startup script I couldn't terminate them using the  
> shutdown script.  I received this:
> Exception in thread "main" java.lang.NoClassDefFoundError: org/ 
> apache/geronimo/deployment/cli/StopServer
>   ... However, I could still shut it down via the web console (in  
> the case of the jee5 images).  We could probably just document that  
> it must be terminated via the web console and recommend java -jar  
> to start the minimal images so that ctrl-c can be used to terminate  
> it.

You can always run the server in the foreground using "  
run". Which is what I normally use, except when debugging (where i  
use " jpda run", instead). This would be preferred to java  


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