I just got back from a vacation....

I read through your posts. I posted to the Glassfish/Sun forum almost 9 months ago with a promise from the developer to look at it. I followed up twice with further promises of looking at it but nothing came of it. I can only assume the Oracle acquisition has disrupted things.

My original attempt resulted in NoClassDefinitionError. More recently I have a stack trace of unintelligible junk. I wondered it if was a CCSID issue since something is obviously running in order to deliver the output but the output is perhaps in a wrong format. I sent the updated stack trace to the Glassfish list but never got a response.

Might be a JVM issue but I suspect something else. It might be something that IBM could investigate, if only I could figure out who to get the information to.

I haven't tried to run with the very latest Glassfish but it sounds like your results are similar to mine and others on this list. The weirdness is that the Ruby Gem of Glassfish DOES run perfectly on i (see http:\\ ). That is what I am surprised the "full" version does not.

Pete Helgren
Value Added Software, Inc

On 9/3/2010 4:12 AM, Thorbjørn Ravn Andersen wrote:
Back in January we discussed if Glassfish 3 could run on the AS/400, and
found that the standard distribution did not work well in PASE.

I am now in a situation close to a deadline where my OpenFaces JSF 2.0 web
application code works well under Glassfish 3.0.1 on my PC but gives some
obscure stack trace when wanting to do a very specific Ajax call when
running in an embedded Jetty 6 container on the AS/400.

I’d like to hear if anybody got around to get Glassfish up and running on
the AS/400 since? Embedded will be fine.




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