I've got an issue regarding the installation of a new version of runtime. Right now we have 6.2.1 and we're trying to upgrade to 7.2.1. I've been following the steps provided for installation of runtime 6.2.1 and I did not have issues with it until the last step, when we are trying to load some beans from an XML file located in the deploy folder of the runtime. That specific file won't get deployed automatically by karaf, but if run the below command which should add it to repository :
feature:repo-add file :///E:/Talend/7.2.1/esb/container-app/deploy/context_and_datasource.xml
throws the following error : Unsupported namespace : http://www.springframework.org/schema/beans
Worth mentioning that the beans from this file are getting deployed/installed on 6.2.1
Are you able to install and launch Talend ESB Container V 7.2.1 successfully?
Yes, the container has been installed and launched successfully. The only problem I have is when I'm trying to deploy an XML file in the deploy folder. We're using that XML file so we can connect to the database and autocomplete context variables from a table.
Deploying this by dropping it in the deploy folder should work. Does it not get deployed when you do this? Are you sure that all drivers/Jars associated with the beans are loaded in the Runtime?
All .jars from the deploy folder have a status of Active. Only the context_and_datasource.xml file doesn't get deployed. Actually it doesn't even appear in the Karaf command window when I execute bean:list command. I've tried to force add it in repository, but it gave me that error.
This looks like you may have a feature missing or an incorrect version of a feature running. I understand that this is an upgrade, so it could be that the base features are different to those of the version you have had this running on. It will be difficult to diagnose this remotely. Could you raise a support call and they can go through the environment with you and should be able to pinpoint the cause of this
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