Product Version = NetBeans IDE 7.3.1 (Build 201306052037)
Operating System = Windows XP version 5.1 running on x86
Java; VM; Vendor = 1.7.0_17
Runtime = Java HotSpot(TM) Client VM 23.7-b01
Running an Enterprise Appliation from Netbeans results in the following error message:
org.glassfish.appclient.client.acc.UserError: ACC007: The app client directory C:\Work-BO\Eigene-Programme\java_NetBeans\OopsWeb does not contain a manifest; the app client container cannot process it. Embedded programs should pass URIs with scheme "jar:" for JAR files and scheme "file:" for directories.
Java Result: 1
When I deploy the EAR file from the admin console I an start it from the console or from the browser.
I know, thats this is known issue, but I never found a solution.
Created attachment 136268 [details]
can you describe the steps that I would need to take to reproduce this error... step-by-step?
I developed an Enterprise Appliation running on Glassfish 188.8.131.52.
This appliation onsists of an app client and ejbs.
It uses the following server ressources:
- java mail session
- javax sql connetion pool
- jdbc ressource
When I run the appliation out of Netbeans then I get the error message ACC007
Could not reproduce on Dev build with GF 184.108.40.206
NetBeans: Deploying on GlassFish 3
profile mode: false
debug mode: false
force redeploy: true
Starting GlassFish 3
GlassFish 3 is running.
In-place deployment at /tmp/mvnapp/target/mvnapp-1.0-SNAPSHOT
INFO: mvn:app:project was successfully deployed in 5,495 milliseconds.
oops, wrong bug#
I tested the same EE application with Netbeans 8 Beta and Glassfish 4.0.
When starting this EE app from Netbeans I got the same error AC007.
I saw that this issue was mentioned the first time about 2010. It seems that no one of the netbeans/glassfish is/was looking for this issue. Very disappointing!
Should I stop bothering you with new Netbeans issues?
I re-created the EE application in Netbeans 8.0 Beta with platform EE7 (instead of formely EE5 or EE6).
Now I could start the application in Netbeans.