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Could you please indicate on which talend ESB build version you got this issue? Did you get this issue when put kar file into deploy folder and then start runtime?
Version is 6.4.1 i.e. latest version
I put the jar(Rest Web Service) file in Runtime_ESBSE\container\deploy
And when I start the Environment with 'trun' Command It shows me this error
String index out of range: -1
Already Tried 'start.bat clean' command to reset the environment but didn't work
It looks like container installation exception.
Are you installing your runtime server on Amazon server?
Yes , I am installing it on amazon server
And when i run using trun command, I get this error
So far, amazon server is not list on supported compatible platforms.
Please have a look at this on line document about:TalendHelpCenter: Software requirements
I face the same error while staring the Karaf in Windows.
Please share the resolution to solve it.
"Exception in thread "JMX Connector Thread [service:jmx:rmi://0.0.0.0:44444/jndi/rmi://:1099/karaf-trun]" java.lang.RuntimeException: Could not start JMX connect or server
Caused by: java.io.IOException: The server has been stopped.
Are you starting two container without changing the ports on the same machine?
Could you double check/confirm here that you 100% sure have only one instance of the Talend_Runtime or Talend ESB / Container started on you machine?
On which talend ESB product build version you got this issue? Open source or subscription solution?
1. Unhide all the hidden files.
2. Suppose if you have installed Talend ESB folder in "D:/xyz/Talend ESB" then check is there any folder in "D:/xyz" with the name of ".setting" if yes delete that folder else check the same folder in "Windows Document" folder.
NOTE: Before deleting the folder do take a backup
3. Restart the talend.
Do let me know if this worked or not.
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