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From "Dr. Michael Lipp" <Michael.L...@danet.de>
Subject Re: Building Jetspeed2: Connection Refused?
Date Thu, 04 Aug 2005 14:30:25 GMT

found it after all: it is a firewall problem. Obviously, the input files
for torque have DTD statements with system ids in the web space
(http://...). The DTD resolver used by torque does not observe the maven
proxy settings (maven.proxy.host=... etc.) (how should it ;-)). So maven
must be invoked with MAVEN_OPTS="-Dhttp.proxyHost=...".

I'm a bit hesitant to put this as a bug in JIRA, because it is a
firewall problem. On the other hand side, this implies that Jetspeed2
cannot be built offline, so the DTD declarations should be changed to
something that can be resolved locally. What do you think?



Dr. Michael Lipp wrote:
> Hi,
> after having been away some weeks, I just tried to compile jetspeed2. I
> noticed about the added "initMavenPlugin". But I get:
> File......
> /home/lipp/.maven/cache/maven-jetspeed2-plugin-2.0-M4-SNAPSHOT/plugin.jelly
> Element... torque-sql
> Line...... 130
> Column.... 153
> org.apache.torque.engine.EngineException: java.net.ConnectException:
> Connection refused
> What wants to connect what there? And why?
> Regards,
>     Michael

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