more stack exchange communities company blog Stack Exchange Inbox Reputation and Badges sign up log in tour help Tour Start here for a quick overview of the site Help Center Detailed Show Daniel Barth added a comment - 2012/Jul/27 9:25 AM I found the cause why the plugin was not showing up in the post build actions list: I'm doing the maven more stack exchange communities company blog Stack Exchange Inbox Reputation and Badges sign up log in tour help Tour Start here for a quick overview of the site Help Center Detailed Recreate the ASCII-table as an ASCII-table TeXForm handling of derivative higher than two From zero to parabola in 2 symbols Keeping windshield ice-free without heater How should I respond to absurd http://juicecoms.com/failed-to/failed-to-deploy-application-at-context-path-netbeans.html
I accomplished this by using the following Ant glob pattern for the WAR/EAR file: */.war I left the context path blank, and I made sure to not include a context.xml with So resolving this issue as "not a defect". Thebuild logsshows the following: Starting task 'Deploy test' of type 'com.atlassian.bamboo.plugins.tomcat.bamboo-tomcat-plugin:deployAppTask' Deploying application with war file 'test.war' to context '/hello' to server 'http://localhost:8080/manager/' Application failed to deploy: FAIL - Unable to
If the issue is resolved, please change the issue status to "Resolved". Show Darrell Lowrance added a comment - 2014/Jan/21 4:43 PM I'm having this exact same problem. Switching to GeneralPropertySet.HOSTNAME / ServletPropertySet.PORT would be cleaner because Cargo would handle the required (manager) path selection based on Tomcat version - perhaps later... Deploy War/ear To A Container Jenkins asked 4 years ago viewed 7988 times active 4 years ago Linked 0 Jenkins deploy plugin is deploying to tomcat but not starting the app Related 1error of Auto-deploy war file
People Assignee: Unassigned Reporter: Marco Motta Votes: 4 Vote for this issue Watchers: 6 Start watching this issue Dates Created: 2013/Sep/12 3:25 PM Updated: 2015/Jun/16 4:37 AM Atlassian JIRA Project Management Org.codehaus.cargo.container.containerexception: Failed To Deploy Shutting down the app wasn't enough. I removed the context.xml file entirely (to use defaults) and now the Jenkins deploy plugin responds to the "Context path" specified in the job. https://issues.jenkins-ci.org/browse/JENKINS-9093 I can post the entire stack trace if needed.
is the tomcat webapp cleared down once for work and temp folder? Show Willem Verstraeten added a comment - 2011/Jul/28 12:31 PM I've just pushed the fix for this. Can someone make a new release, or should I ? I will probably make a pull request for the changes but I only tested deployment to Tomcat 7.x.
Anyway, I added code in the servlet destroy method to cleanup the appenders and this ensured that the file was closed so that tomcat could delete the directory. [Don't even get see here I will probably make a pull request for the changes but I only tested deployment to Tomcat 7.x. Jenkins Deployed Application At Context Path But Context Failed To Start Show OHTAKE Tomohiro added a comment - 2012/Aug/28 6:46 AM Pull-7 has been merged. Fail - Application At Context Path /jenkins Could Not Be Started normally the plugin tries to undeploy the app before deploying it again.
I can post the entire stack trace if needed. http://juicecoms.com/failed-to/sp-flash-tool-this-application-has-failed-to-start.html FAIL - Application already exists at path /hello Cause This is more common in Windows OS where tomcat will lock files or directory location. OCPJP 85% Joe Lemmer Ranch Hand Posts: 171 posted 6 years ago No, we don't seem to have access to log files unfortunately. in all cases restarting tomcat and run deploy plugin again works fine. The Username You Provided Is Not Allowed To Use The Text-based Tomcat Manager (error 403)
Hide Permalink Naoki Kitora added a comment - 2011/Jun/07 6:50 AM - edited I caught a following error. ---------------------------------------------------------------------- Deploying /var/data/hudson/.hudson/jobs/*****/workspace/tmp/ROOT.war to container Tomcat 7.x Remote [/var/data/hudson/.hudson/jobs/*****/workspace/tmp/ROOT.war] is not deployed. Differential high voltage measurement using a transformer Is the binomial theorem actually more efficient than just distributing Install Homebrew package with all available options How can "USB stick" online identification possibly The Ooh-Aah Cryptic Maze Should I use the tax table or the tax rate schedule for calculating my tax? http://juicecoms.com/failed-to/failed-to-acquire-the-cryptographic-context.html Cheers Joe OCPJP 85% Joe carco Ranch Hand Posts: 82 posted 6 years ago do you have access to the logs that the remote tomcat produces on startup?
If the issue is resolved, please change the issue status to "Resolved". Hide Permalink Leif Gruenwoldt added a comment - 2013/Jan/24 5:53 PM For those who reopened this bug, I recommend you check your web project for a META-INF/context.xml file. I have turned Tomcat on and off serveral times, but I still get the message.
Encryption - How to claim authorship anonymously? It appears that Tomcat8xRemoteDeployer suffers from the same issue. What reasons are there to stop the SQL Server? I accidentally pushed right into the main repository instead of creating a pull-request though ...
intelligence agencies claim that Russia was behind the DNC hack? undo a gzip recursively Did 17 U.S. getPath and getVersion explicitly mention version support. http://juicecoms.com/failed-to/the-application-was-unable-to-start-correctly-0xc0000034-click-ok-to-close-the-application.html In fact: If I put the context path "myapp" in the settings of the job, the WAR is copied in tomcat webapps with name myapp.war and I loose the parallel deployment
in all cases restarting tomcat and run deploy plugin again works fine. but it works several times. For the undeploy command, there needs to be an optional version component. getPath and getVersion explicitly mention version support.
The antiResourceLockingis by default set to false. I forked the GitHub repo (username trexter) and did the changes to use Cargo 1.2.3, the plugin is compiling and building fine in Eclipse. See Servlet Spec 2.3, section 9.7.2. Switching to GeneralPropertySet.HOSTNAME / ServletPropertySet.PORT would be cleaner because Cargo would handle the required (manager) path selection based on Tomcat version - perhaps later...
share|improve this answer edited Jun 23 '15 at 14:58 answered Jun 23 '15 at 14:43 Rajesh 1,7971311 Changed the port to 8090, and now Tomcat won't even start... –Bocato So perform a clean shutdown. Atlassian DashboardsProjectsIssuesCaptureGetting started Help JIRA Core help Keyboard Shortcuts About JIRA JIRA Credits Log In Register for Jenkins World Join the Jenkins community at "Jenkins World" in Santa Clara, California from Twitter에서 공유 Facebook에서 공유 라벨: 빌드 , 실패 , 젠킨스 , build , ContainerException , Deployed application at context path , fail , Failed , Jenkins , TomcatManagerException 최근 게시물 이전
It unfortunately does not work. It turns out that we had a log4j appender setup in our app to append to an HTML file in our webapp's directory, and apparently log4j would not release the file In other case, port may be in use by other application. Was a workaround ever found?
The WEB-INF directory is properly named, as is the web.xml file.