java.lang.Exception: You are trying to activate the HTML reporter from the test, while test is communicating with the runner. A common reason for this problem is activating the reporter from the RunnerListenersManager. Use the ListenersManager instead

jsystemtest | alexsigal | 8 years ago
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    jsystem.framework.report.RunnerListenersMan

    jsystemtest | 8 years ago | alexsigal
    java.lang.Exception: You are trying to activate the HTML reporter from the test, while test is communicating with the runner. A common reason for this problem is activating the reporter from the RunnerListenersManager. Use the ListenersManager instead
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    Jenkins users - Launching slave by JNLP with Active Directory plugin and matrix security problem

    nabble.com | 7 months ago
    java.lang.Exception:  is > invalid: 403 Forbidden at hudson.jnlp.Engine.run(Engine.java:44) > > There is no logging in master server. (slave-xxx.log) > I'm using on the context /hudson in tomcat5.5. > > Additionally, when I logged out, I forced to redirect to > /login?from=%2Fhudson%2F instead of /hudson/login?from=%2Fhudson%2F. So > I got 404 error. > Is it a regression in order to fix the jnlp annonymous access? I didn't > met this in 1.247. > > Best regards, > Kouichi Fujikawa > > > On 8/19/2008 6:32 AM Kohsuke Kawaguchi wrote: >> >> Fixed in 1.249. >> >> Kohsuke Kawaguchi wrote: >>> Koichi Fujikawa wrote: >>>> Hi, >>>> >>>> I'm running Hudson on windows environment with Active Directry >>>> plugin and matrix security settings. >>>> It works well with AD and security. Recently we are getting more >>>> jobs so that I tried to add one >>>> slave on windows env. But I could not launch slave application >>>> through JNLP with error below in Java >>>> Web Start window. >>> >>> Yes, if you don't grant the read access to anonymous users, I guess >>> this would fail, so that's the problem. >>> >>> I need to change things so that the jar files would be always served >>> regardless of the read access... >>> >>> >>> >>>> <jnlp codebase=" " >>>> spec="1.0+"><information><title>Slave Agent >>>> for >>>> test</title><vendor>Hudson project</vendor><homepage >>>> href=" "></homepage></information><security><all-permissions></all-permissions></security><resources><j2se >>>> >>>> >>>> version="1.5+"></j2se><jar href="jnlpJars/jnlp-agent.jar"></jar><jar >>>> href="jnlpJars/remoting.jar"></jar></resources><application-desc >>>> main-class="hudson.jnlp.Main"><argument>slavehost</argument><argument> </argument><argument>f5fbb87c909bc10d9f295d6b65e04152b079d7416c9bad8bb59e273e5e808df2</argument><argument>test</argument></application-desc></jnlp> >>>> >>>> >>>> com.sun.deploy.net.FailedDownloadException: >>>> Unable to load resource: >>>> >>>>      at com.sun.deploy.net.DownloadEngine.actionDownload(Unknown >>>> Source)
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    Jenkins users - Launching slave by JNLP with Active Directory plugin and matrix security problem

    nabble.com | 7 months ago
    java.lang.Exception:  is >> invalid: 403 Forbidden at hudson.jnlp.Engine.run(Engine.java:44) >> >> There is no logging in master server. (slave-xxx.log) >> I'm using on the context /hudson in tomcat5.5. >> >> Additionally, when I logged out, I forced to redirect to >> /login?from=%2Fhudson%2F instead of /hudson/login?from=%2Fhudson%2F. >> So I got 404 error. >> Is it a regression in order to fix the jnlp annonymous access? I >> didn't met this in 1.247. >> >> Best regards, >> Kouichi Fujikawa >> >> >> On 8/19/2008 6:32 AM Kohsuke Kawaguchi wrote: >>> >>> Fixed in 1.249. >>> >>> Kohsuke Kawaguchi wrote: >>>> Koichi Fujikawa wrote: >>>>> Hi, >>>>> >>>>> I'm running Hudson on windows environment with Active Directry >>>>> plugin and matrix security settings. >>>>> It works well with AD and security. Recently we are getting more >>>>> jobs so that I tried to add one >>>>> slave on windows env. But I could not launch slave application >>>>> through JNLP with error below in Java >>>>> Web Start window. >>>> >>>> Yes, if you don't grant the read access to anonymous users, I guess >>>> this would fail, so that's the problem. >>>> >>>> I need to change things so that the jar files would be always served >>>> regardless of the read access... >>>> >>>> >>>> >>>>> <jnlp codebase=" " >>>>> spec="1.0+"><information><title>Slave Agent >>>>> for >>>>> test</title><vendor>Hudson project</vendor><homepage >>>>> href=" "></homepage></information><security><all-permissions></all-permissions></security><resources><j2se >>>>> >>>>> >>>>> version="1.5+"></j2se><jar href="jnlpJars/jnlp-agent.jar"></jar><jar >>>>> href="jnlpJars/remoting.jar"></jar></resources><application-desc >>>>> main-class="hudson.jnlp.Main"><argument>slavehost</argument><argument> </argument><argument>f5fbb87c909bc10d9f295d6b65e04152b079d7416c9bad8bb59e273e5e808df2</argument><argument>test</argument></application-desc></jnlp> >>>>> >>>>> >>>>> com.sun.deploy.net.FailedDownloadException: >>>>> Unable to load resource: >>>>> >>>>>      at com.sun.deploy.net.DownloadEngine.actionDownload(Unknown >>>>> Source) at com.sun.deploy.net.DownloadEngine.getCacheEntry(Unknown >>>>> Source) at >>>>> com.sun.deploy.net.DownloadEngine.getResourceCacheEntry(Unknown >>>>> Source) at >>>>> com.sun.deploy.net.DownloadEngine.getResourceCacheEntry(Unknown >>>>> Source)
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    java.hudson.user - Re: Launching slave by JNLP with Active Directory plugin and matrix security problem - msg#00710 - Recent Discussion OSDir.com

    osdir.com | 1 year ago
    java.lang.Exception: http://(master)/hudson/tcpSlaveAgentListener/ is invalid: 403 Forbidden at hudson.jnlp.Engine.run(Engine.java:44) There is no logging in master server. (slave-xxx.log) I'm using on the context /hudson in tomcat5.5. Additionally, when I logged out, I forced to redirect to /login?from=%2Fhudson%2F instead of /hudson/login?from=%2Fhudson%2F. So I got 404 error. Is it a regression in order to fix the jnlp annonymous access? I didn't met this in 1.247. Best regards, Kouichi Fujikawa On 8/19/2008 6:32 AM Kohsuke Kawaguchi wrote: Fixed in 1.249. Kohsuke Kawaguchi wrote: Koichi Fujikawa wrote: Hi, I'm running Hudson on windows environment with Active Directry plugin and matrix security settings. It works well with AD and security. Recently we are getting more jobs so that I tried to add one slave on windows env. But I could not launch slave application through JNLP with error below in Java Web Start window. Yes, if you don't grant the read access to anonymous users, I guess this would fail, so that's the problem. I need to change things so that the jar files would be always served regardless of the read access... <jnlp codebase=" ; spec="1.0+"><information><title>Slave Agent for test</title><vendor>Hudson project</vendor><homepage href=" ;></homepage></information><security><all-permissions></all-permissions></security><resources><j2se version="1.5+"></j2se><jar href="jnlpJars/jnlp-agent.jar"></jar><jar href="jnlpJars/remoting.jar"></jar></resources><application-desc main-class="hudson.jnlp.Main"><argument>slavehost</argument><argument> </argument><argument>f5fbb87c909bc10d9f295d6b65e04152b079d7416c9bad8bb59e273e5e808df2</argument><argument>test</argument></application-desc></jnlp> com.sun.deploy.net.FailedDownloadException: Unable to load resource:
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    OpenNMS / Mailing Lists

    sourceforge.net | 4 months ago
    java.lang.Exception: Unique index 'catenode_uniq= ue_idx' cannot be added to table 'category_node' because 502 rows are not = unique. See the install guide for details on how to correct this problem. = You can use the following SQL to see which rows are not unique: SELECT * FROM category_node WHERE ( categoryId, nodeId ) IN ( SELECT = categoryId, nodeId FROM category_node GROUP BY categoryId, nodeId HAVING = count(categoryId) > 1 ORDER BY categoryId, nodeId ) ORDER BY categoryId, = nodeId at org.opennms.netmgt.dao.db.InstallerDb.checkIndexUniqueness(Insta= llerDb.java:2135)

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    Root Cause Analysis

    1. java.lang.Exception

      You are trying to activate the HTML reporter from the test, while test is communicating with the runner. A common reason for this problem is activating the reporter from the RunnerListenersManager. Use the ListenersManager instead

      at jsystem.extensions.report.html.HtmlTestReporter.<init>()
    2. jsystem.extensions.report
      LevelHtmlTestReporter.<init>
      1. jsystem.extensions.report.html.HtmlTestReporter.<init>(HtmlTestReporter.java:89)
      2. jsystem.extensions.report.html.LevelHtmlTestReporter.<init>(LevelHtmlTestReporter.java:46)
      2 frames
    3. Java RT
      Class.newInstance
      1. sun.reflect.GeneratedConstructorAccessor5.newInstance(Unknown Source)
      2. sun.reflect.DelegatingConstructorAccessorImpl.newInstance(DelegatingConstructorAccessorImpl.java:27)
      3. java.lang.reflect.Constructor.newInstance(Constructor.java:513)
      4. java.lang.Class.newInstance0(Class.java:355)
      5. java.lang.Class.newInstance(Class.java:308)
      5 frames
    4. jsystem.framework.report
      RunnerListenersManager.getInstance
      1. jsystem.framework.report.RunnerListenersManager.loadReporter(RunnerListenersManager.java:255)
      2. jsystem.framework.report.RunnerListenersManager.<init>(RunnerListenersManager.java:169)
      3. jsystem.framework.report.RunnerListenersManager.getInstance(RunnerListenersManager.java:124)
      3 frames
    5. com.aqua.advanced
      MyTestReporter.report
      1. com.aqua.advanced.MyTestReporter.report(MyTestReporter.java:49)
      1 frame
    6. jsystem.framework.report
      RunnerListenersManager.getInstance
      1. jsystem.framework.report.RunnerListenersManager.report(RunnerListenersManager.java:1194)
      2. jsystem.framework.report.DefaultReporterImpl.report(DefaultReporterImpl.java:102)
      3. jsystem.framework.report.DefaultReporterImpl.report(DefaultReporterImpl.java:49)
      4. jsystem.framework.report.DefaultReporterImpl.report(DefaultReporterImpl.java:53)
      5. jsystem.framework.report.RunnerListenersManager.<init>(RunnerListenersManager.java:172)
      6. jsystem.framework.report.RunnerListenersManager.getInstance(RunnerListenersManager.java:124)
      6 frames
    7. com.aqua.advanced
      MyTestReporter.report
      1. com.aqua.advanced.MyTestReporter.report(MyTestReporter.java:49)
      1 frame
    8. jsystem.framework.report
      RunnerListenersManager.getInstance
      1. jsystem.framework.report.RunnerListenersManager.report(RunnerListenersManager.java:1194)
      2. jsystem.framework.report.DefaultReporterImpl.report(DefaultReporterImpl.java:102)
      3. jsystem.framework.report.DefaultReporterImpl.report(DefaultReporterImpl.java:49)
      4. jsystem.framework.report.DefaultReporterImpl.report(DefaultReporterImpl.java:53)
      5. jsystem.framework.report.RunnerListenersManager.<init>(RunnerListenersManager.java:172)
      6. jsystem.framework.report.RunnerListenersManager.getInstance(RunnerListenersManager.java:124)
      6 frames
    9. com.aqua.advanced
      MyTestReporter.report
      1. com.aqua.advanced.MyTestReporter.report(MyTestReporter.java:49)
      1 frame
    10. jsystem.framework.report
      RunnerListenersManager.getInstance
      1. jsystem.framework.report.RunnerListenersManager.report(RunnerListenersManager.java:1194)
      2. jsystem.framework.report.DefaultReporterImpl.report(DefaultReporterImpl.java:102)
      3. jsystem.framework.report.DefaultReporterImpl.report(DefaultReporterImpl.java:49)
      4. jsystem.framework.report.DefaultReporterImpl.report(DefaultReporterImpl.java:53)
      5. jsystem.framework.report.RunnerListenersManager.<init>(RunnerListenersManager.java:172)
      6. jsystem.framework.report.RunnerListenersManager.getInstance(RunnerListenersManager.java:124)
      6 frames
    11. com.aqua.advanced
      MyTestReporter.report
      1. com.aqua.advanced.MyTestReporter.report(MyTestReporter.java:49)
      1 frame
    12. jsystem.framework.report
      RunnerListenersManager.getInstance
      1. jsystem.framework.report.RunnerListenersManager.report(RunnerListenersManager.java:1194)
      2. jsystem.framework.report.DefaultReporterImpl.report(DefaultReporterImpl.java:102)
      3. jsystem.framework.report.DefaultReporterImpl.report(DefaultReporterImpl.java:49)
      4. jsystem.framework.report.DefaultReporterImpl.report(DefaultReporterImpl.java:53)
      5. jsystem.framework.report.RunnerListenersManager.<init>(RunnerListenersManager.java:172)
      6. jsystem.framework.report.RunnerListenersManager.getInstance(RunnerListenersManager.java:124)
      6 frames
    13. com.aqua.advanced
      MyTestReporter.report
      1. com.aqua.advanced.MyTestReporter.report(MyTestReporter.java:49)
      1 frame
    14. jsystem.framework.report
      RunnerListenersManager.getInstance
      1. jsystem.framework.report.RunnerListenersManager.report(RunnerListenersManager.java:1194)
      2. jsystem.framework.report.DefaultReporterImpl.report(DefaultReporterImpl.java:102)
      3. jsystem.framework.report.DefaultReporterImpl.report(DefaultReporterImpl.java:49)
      4. jsystem.framework.report.DefaultReporterImpl.report(DefaultReporterImpl.java:53)
      5. jsystem.framework.report.RunnerListenersManager.<init>(RunnerListenersManager.java:172)
      6. jsystem.framework.report.RunnerListenersManager.getInstance(RunnerListenersManager.java:124)
      6 frames
    15. com.aqua.advanced
      MyTestReporter.report
      1. com.aqua.advanced.MyTestReporter.report(MyTestReporter.java:49)
      1 frame
    16. jsystem.framework.report
      RunnerListenersManager.getInstance
      1. jsystem.framework.report.RunnerListenersManager.report(RunnerListenersManager.java:1194)
      2. jsystem.framework.report.DefaultReporterImpl.report(DefaultReporterImpl.java:102)
      3. jsystem.framework.report.DefaultReporterImpl.report(DefaultReporterImpl.java:49)
      4. jsystem.framework.report.DefaultReporterImpl.report(DefaultReporterImpl.java:53)
      5. jsystem.framework.report.RunnerListenersManager.<init>(RunnerListenersManager.java:172)
      6. jsystem.framework.report.RunnerListenersManager.getInstance(RunnerListenersManager.java:124)
      6 frames
    17. com.aqua.advanced
      MyTestReporter.report
      1. com.aqua.advanced.MyTestReporter.report(MyTestReporter.java:49)
      1 frame
    18. jsystem.framework.report
      RunnerListenersManager.getInstance
      1. jsystem.framework.report.RunnerListenersManager.report(RunnerListenersManager.java:1194)
      2. jsystem.framework.report.DefaultReporterImpl.report(DefaultReporterImpl.java:102)
      3. jsystem.framework.report.DefaultReporterImpl.report(DefaultReporterImpl.java:49)
      4. jsystem.framework.report.DefaultReporterImpl.report(DefaultReporterImpl.java:53)
      5. jsystem.framework.report.RunnerListenersManager.<init>(RunnerListenersManager.java:172)
      6. jsystem.framework.report.RunnerListenersManager.getInstance(RunnerListenersManager.java:124)
      6 frames
    19. com.aqua.advanced
      MyTestReporter.report
      1. com.aqua.advanced.MyTestReporter.report(MyTestReporter.java:49)
      1 frame
    20. jsystem.framework.report
      DefaultReporterImpl.report
      1. jsystem.framework.report.RunnerListenersManager.report(RunnerListenersManager.java:1194)
      2. jsystem.framework.report.DefaultReporterImpl.report(DefaultReporterImpl.java:102)
      2 frames