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[WV] Issues with 1.1.157

Mark Roberts
Hi,

I just installed WV 1.1.157 on a WinXP SP3 machine. When I start
WebVelocity, the WV launcher window does not appear, and in the web
browser I get the following dialog box:

      A username and password are being requested by http://localhost:7777.
      The site says: "WebVelocity Development"

Using the task manager, I see WebVelocity.exe running in the
background, but nothing appears on the task bar. I tried uninstalling
and reinstalling WV, but I get the same problem.

Any suggestions?

M. Roberts

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Re: [WV] Issues with 1.1.157

Arden-8
WebVelocity 1.1?   That is an internal build, and is not even Alpha yet.  Try installing 1.0! which is released and supported!  :-)

Arden

On Feb 1, 2010, at 11:28 PM, M. Downing Roberts wrote:

Hi,

I just installed WV 1.1.157 on a WinXP SP3 machine. When I start
WebVelocity, the WV launcher window does not appear, and in the web
browser I get the following dialog box:

     A username and password are being requested by http://localhost:7777.
     The site says: "WebVelocity Development"

Using the task manager, I see WebVelocity.exe running in the
background, but nothing appears on the task bar. I tried uninstalling
and reinstalling WV, but I get the same problem.

Any suggestions?

M. Roberts

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Re: [WV] Issues with 1.1.157

Alan Knight-3
The launcher window not appearing is intentional. It's part of being able to run on hosted systems that it doesn't use the GUI at all, and the functions for which you needed the launcher are available through the web UI. I'm not sure why it's asking you for a password, though.

At 07:36 AM 2010-02-02, Arden Thomas wrote:
WebVelocity 1.1?   That is an internal build, and is not even Alpha yet.  Try installing 1.0! which is released and supported!  :-)

Arden

On Feb 1, 2010, at 11:28 PM, M. Downing Roberts wrote:

Hi,

I just installed WV 1.1.157 on a WinXP SP3 machine. When I start
WebVelocity, the WV launcher window does not appear, and in the web
browser I get the following dialog box:

     A username and password are being requested by http://localhost:7777.
     The site says: "WebVelocity Development"

Using the task manager, I see WebVelocity.exe running in the
background, but nothing appears on the task bar. I tried uninstalling
and reinstalling WV, but I get the same problem.

Any suggestions?

M. Roberts

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Re: [WV] Issues with 1.1.157

Alan Knight-3
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Oh, as far as what to do, you might try running with the -gui command-line option, and maybe throw in a -doit "VisualLauncher new open", which should give you a VisualWorks GUI launcher, from which you can poke around to find out what it's doing.

At 11:28 PM 2010-02-01, M. Downing Roberts wrote:
Hi,

I just installed WV 1.1.157 on a WinXP SP3 machine. When I start
WebVelocity, the WV launcher window does not appear, and in the web
browser I get the following dialog box:

      A username and password are being requested by http://localhost:7777.
      The site says: "WebVelocity Development"

Using the task manager, I see WebVelocity.exe running in the
background, but nothing appears on the task bar. I tried uninstalling
and reinstalling WV, but I get the same problem.

Any suggestions?

M. Roberts

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[WV] Re: Issues with 1.1.157

Jerry Kott
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Hi Mark,

it's a feature :-).

The release 1.1 of WebVelocity is required to run as a headless server
to be deployed on the Amazon elastic cloud. The classic GUI has been
replaced with a Web admin tool - therefore the user authentication.
The initial userid/password is admin/password, it can be changed in
the Configurations tab once you are logged in.

You can stop headless webvelocity running on Windows from the Task
Manager, or, if you get the latest (just announced) build 1.162, you
can do it from the Server menu of the Administration Console.

Jerry

On Feb 1, 8:28 pm, "M. Downing Roberts" <[hidden email]> wrote:

> Hi,
>
> I just installed WV 1.1.157 on a WinXP SP3 machine. When I start
> WebVelocity, the WV launcher window does not appear, and in the web
> browser I get the following dialog box:
>
>       A username and password are being requested byhttp://localhost:7777.
>       The site says: "WebVelocity Development"
>
> Using the task manager, I see WebVelocity.exe running in the
> background, but nothing appears on the task bar. I tried uninstalling
> and reinstalling WV, but I get the same problem.
>
> Any suggestions?
>
> M. Roberts

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