I've installed OE Dev Studio 64-bit and I can't see Pacific Server instance (oepas1) in OE Explorer. During install process I've specified default Pacific ports. Is that mean I have no access to Pacific Server ? I need it for my first Telerik experiments.
Is the instance created in your WRKDIR after installation
No it wasn't.
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Seems like the installation failed to create the instance. Can you please send openedge_tailor,openedge_tailor_stderr and tcman_create logs in $DLC/install location
info: command line options: -v -Z dev -M -O -X C:\OE11\OpenEdge\jdk -D C:\OE11\OpenEdge -W C:\OE11wrk\WRK info: Tailoring arguments: '-v -Z dev -M -O -X C:\OE11\OpenEdge\jdk -D C:\OE11\OpenEdge -W C:\OE11wrk\WRK'info: running tailor functions( pasTailor pasoeTailor )info: tailoring server installed at location: C:\OE11\OpenEdge\servers\pasoeinfo: verifying server directories at: C:\OE11\OpenEdge\servers\pasoeinfo: verifying server scripts at: C:\OE11\OpenEdge\servers\pasoe\bininfo: verifying server configuration files at: C:\OE11\OpenEdge\servers\pasoe\confinfo: resolving server home directory...info: Begin tailoring core Progress Application Serverinfo: tailoring CATALINA_HOME in server scripts at: C:\OE11\OpenEdge\servers\pasoe\bininfo: updating PAS versioninfo: tailoring the server's installation platforminfo: tailoring the servers network portsinfo: updating tailoring time in pas_tailor.txtinfo: tailoring JAVA_HOME configuration with - C:\OE11\OpenEdge\jdkinfo: Tailoring Windows security is not supportedinfo: Begin tailoring OpenEdge plugin to Progress Application Serverinfo: verifying OpenEdge DLC and WRKDIR pathsinfo: verifying OpenEdge directories at: C:\OE11\OpenEdge\servers\pasoeinfo: verifying OpenEdge scripts at: \bininfo: verifying OpenEdge configuration files at: C:\OE11\OpenEdge\servers\pasoe\confinfo: tailoring CATALINA_HOME in OpenEdge scripts at: C:\OE11\OpenEdge\servers\pasoe\bininfo: tailoring DLC in OpenEdge scripts at: C:\OE11\OpenEdge\servers\pasoe\bininfo: tailoring WRKDIR in OpenEdge scripts at: C:\OE11\OpenEdge\servers\pasoe\bininfo: updating Java configuration to use OpenEdge JDK/JRE: C:\OE11\OpenEdge\servers\pasoe\bin\javacfg.batinfo: tailoring OpenEdge lib extensions for version: 1.1.1info: deploying the OEABL service web applicationinfo: replacing default ROOT application with OpenEdge OEABLinfo: deploying OEABL to web application ROOT info: enabling the OpenEdge naming serviceinfo: enabling the OpenEdge lifecycle serviceinfo: The OpenEdge remote administration manager is already deployedinfo: updated https protcol list in C:\OE11\OpenEdge\servers\pasoe\conf\catalina.properties - SSLv2Hello,TLSv1,TLSv1.1,TLSv1.2info: The Tomcat remote administration manager is already deployedinfo: Updating registered instancesinfo: Updating existing instances found in C:\OE11\OpenEdge\servers\pasoe\conf\instances.windowsinfo: No instances found
info: executing create Tomcat instance commandException: The term 'netstat' is not recognized as the name of a cmdlet, function, script file, or operable program. Check the spelling of the name, or if a path was included, verify that the path is correct and try again.in createCmd at line : Exiting with fatal exception condition
Looks like you may have an older version of Windows Powershell? To verify the version you can open Windows Powershell and type (or cut and paste):
I believe we need version Major version 4. Please upgrade your Powershell version and the run this command from the "proenv" command window:
pasman create %WRKDIR%\oepas1
This should create the oepas1 instance you are expecting without having to reinstall.
Let us know how you do or if you have further questions or problems,
If it is not the powershell version problem, then I suspect it to be the with your user privileges on the machine because it seems to be failing as "netstat" command could not be run.
I used Windows 7 Professional with administrator privileges and run SETUP as 'administrator'.
There is no Windows Powershell in my computer.
Okay, as mentioned by Roy did you try to verify if your powershell version is more than 4
Powershell is required for PASOE. Can you download the latest version from Microsoft and try again?
Is your c:\windows\system32\ folder present in your PATH system variable?
You need to have powershell, please install powershell version 3 or above
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PS C:\Users\isyed> $PSVersionTable.PSVersion
Major Minor Build Revision
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3 0 -1 -1
You might also want to check if your "netstat" is working correctly from your command prompt.