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    Default WARN [config] unable to process deployment descriptor for context 'null'

    Hi,

    When I run start-pentaho.bat I get this message in the console :
    Code:
    WARN [config] unable to process deployment descriptor for context 'null'
    3 times.
    Can we know why / what it means ?
    Configuration : Pentaho-demo 1.6.RC2 hsql

    a+,=)
    -=Clement=-

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    Hi,

    It's a JBoss warning, here's what I've found on the subject :
    (...)you need to customise the default WebRoot/WEB-INF/web.xml. This is what tells JBoss where to find the entry point for the web service -- the deployment descriptor. By default it points to a .jsp. If you forget and try to deploy it anyway, the deployment will work, a warning message : unable to process deployment descriptor for context null appears in the log(...)
    Another JBoss-based application help documentation says that this message comes if the application is deployed in the "deploy" directory of the application server, instead of it's autopdeploy directory.
    Maybe there is something missing in Pentaho's web.xml.

    a+, =)
    -=Clément=-
    Last edited by clement; 10-04-2007 at 07:49 AM.

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    I have the exact same problem -- and then I get lots of

    [EhCacheProvider] Could not find configuration [org.jbpm.module.def.SomethingSomething]; using defaults

    It's like something isn't quite right -- although I'm following the docs to the letter.

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