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From Joachim Müller <joac...@wemove.com>
Subject Re: Problem with custom-made Database access portlet
Date Thu, 06 Dec 2007 16:28:11 GMT
you probabely compiled with jdk1.5 and run with jdk1.4.2.

Regards,
Joachim


Ran Harpaz schrieb:
> Also, after trying to deploy the portlet to Jetspeed 1.6, I get this error
> 
> "Failed to load portlet XXX.Xxx.xxx: java.lang.UnsupportedClassVersionError:
> XXX/Xxx/xxx (Unsupported major.minor version 49.0)
> 
> Also, no error logging.
> 
> Anyone?
> 
> 
> Ran Harpaz wrote:
>> No, I did a text search of all the files in the computer, and nothing to
>> suggest the error had been logged.
>>
>> Is there a problem with the deployment? Because the .war file and the
>> directory are both in the webapps directory (after jetspeed put them there
>> from the deploy folder). I can also (obviously) add the portlets to the
>> PSMLs through the UI, and I can't seem to understand why this happens is
>> there an issue with JDBC in jetspeed? Because another portlet I made is
>> working fine - it was a simple, 'hello world' type of deal, but still, it
>> worked fine.
>>
>>
>> Woonsan Ko wrote:
>>> Hi Ran,
>>>
>>> Is there any error log in the log files?
>>> I guess the log files include more information than the screen shows.
>>>
>>> -Woonsan
>>>
>>> --- Ran Harpaz <ipaqi1@hotmail.com> wrote:
>>>
>>>> Hello,
>>>>
>>>> I have recently developed a JSR-168 portlet through JDeveloper, which,
>>>> using
>>>> JDBC, pulls data from an Oracle 9.2 Database.
>>>>
>>>> The portlet works when I run it from my PC, but if I try to run it from
>>>> our
>>>> Jetspeed 2.0 server, all I get in the window is the following message:
>>>>
>>>> Portlet is not available
>>>> RanDebugPortlets::RedundantDataGatherer
>>>> Reason: null
>>>>
>>>> Has anyone here ever encountered this issue? If so, how do I solve it
>>>> (preferably without any upgrading of the software, because I work in an
>>>> almost air-tight environment, and every major change like that would
>>>> require
>>>> extensive lengths of beauraucracy.
>>>>
>>>> The most important question I have right now (aside from "How do I fix
>>>> this
>>>> as quickly and cleanly as possible") is what does "Reason: null" mean.
>>>> -- 
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>>>>
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