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Date: 11/11/2004
From: gregg@newatlanta.com
Subject: Re: [BlueDragon] Apache / BD
J.R.,

This first message "Failed to connect...", indicates that the         
BlueDragon 
Server process is either a) not running or b) not listening on the 
indicated TCP/IP port (in this case 9999).  To determine which, first 
check to see if the BlueDragon Server is running by "hitting" the 
Administration Console.  Use the menu item "New Atlanta->BlueDragon 
Server JX x.y->Administration Console".   This should open a browser    
and 
respond with a login page.

Also check the BlueDragon Server log file (<BDroot>/logs/BlueDragon 
Server JX.log) for errors at startup.  Look for messages such as the 
following:

Servlet engine port (9999) connection failed! {Address already in use: 
JVM_Bind}
or
BlueDragon Server startup aborted!

The first message indicates that some other program is using port 9999.  
Either change the port that BD is using (via the Admin Console) or 
stop/change the other program.

The second message indicates that BlueDragon had a serious problem.  
There should be other messages giving more details.

I'm not sure what is happening with the IE message.  Let get the above 
issue resolved first.

Gregg Orangio
New Atlanta Communications
gregg@newatlanta.com



technical_ArtsandTV.company wrote:

>Hi all:
>
>Apache/W2k and BD_JX do not want to play together.
>
>Charlie, I did review the installation manual,
>little to zero info on how to setup for the two environments. Maybe a TODO  
for the manual.
>
>I m getting this error.
>
>Failed to connect to Bluedragon, check the status of the Java Process.
>Group=default
>address=192.168.0.200:9999
>the error number is 730061
>
>OR other times i get the following,
>
>In IE: Page cannot be displayed from dnserror.htm
>
>Is there a online help for us users to type in the error # and get a        
complete description.
>
>Thanks for the help, i am really trying to get started and usually the      
first time hurts;)
>Thanks again
>
>jeremy
>
>j. r. lightstone
>ArtsandTV.company
>+416.887.ARTS [2787]
>j.lightstone@artsandtv.com
>
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J.R.,<br>
<br>
This first message "Failed to connect...", indicates that the
BlueDragon Server process is either a) not running or b) not listening
on the indicated TCP/IP port (in this case 9999).&nbsp; To determine which,

first check to see if the BlueDragon Server is running by "hitting"   
the
Administration Console.&nbsp; Use the menu item "New                   
Atlanta-&gt;BlueDragon
Server JX x.y-&gt;Administration Console". &nbsp; This should open 
a browser
and respond with a login page.<br>
<br>
Also check the BlueDragon Server log file
(&lt;BDroot&gt;/logs/BlueDragon Server JX.log) for errors at            
startup.&nbsp;
Look for messages such as the following:<br>
<br>
Servlet engine port (9999) connection failed! {Address already in use:
JVM_Bind}<br>
&nbsp;or<br>
BlueDragon Server startup aborted!<br>
<br>
The first message indicates that some other program is using port
9999.&nbsp; Either change the port that BD is using (via the Admin Console)

or stop/change the other program.<br>
<br>
The second message indicates that BlueDragon had a serious problem.&nbsp;
There should be other messages giving more details.<br>
<br>
I'm not sure what is happening with the IE message.&nbsp; Let get the  
above
issue resolved first.<br>
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<address>Gregg Orangio<br>
New Atlanta Communications<br>
gregg@newatlanta.com<br>
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technical_ArtsandTV.company wrote:
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 <pre wrap="">Hi all:

Apache/W2k and BD_JX do not want to play together.

Charlie, I did review the installation manual,
little to zero info on how to setup for the two environments. Maybe a TODO for  
the manual.

I m getting this error.

Failed to connect to Bluedragon, check the status of the Java Process.
Group=default
address=192.168.0.200:9999
the error number is 730061

OR other times i get the following,

In IE: Page cannot be displayed from dnserror.htm

Is there a online help for us users to type in the error # and get a complete   
description.

Thanks for the help, i am really trying to get started and usually the first    
time hurts;)
Thanks again

jeremy

j. r. lightstone
ArtsandTV.company
+416.887.ARTS [2787]
j.lightstone@artsandtv.com

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