[Red5] Interface discrepancy in BaseDirContext SOLUTION
roger at RogerPf.com
Thu Aug 20 15:43:38 PDT 2009
Interface discrepancy in BaseDirContext is stopping new Eclipse developers.
Horrible workaround - SOLUTION:
A comment in the wicki on Red5 and SQL (
http://www.red5tutorials.net/index.php/Tutorials:MySQL_and_Red5 ) made me
try deleting the offending (Red5) version of the 'naming-resources' bad
'duplicate definition?' jar.
<in home dir>
(They also suggest to delete naming-factory jar )
<in home dir> .ivy2/cache/red5/naming-factory/jars/naming-factory-.jar
Deleting the first and saying YES to "load with errors" got it up and
More on the true cause
appears to be the true spec of
The red5 definition is only vaguely like it (incomplete implementation?) but
(GUESS) because of a bug is being labelled as being a valid implementation
of org.apache.naming.resources.BaseDirContext hence the problem.
What should I do to get it fixed for future user (and me) cos I hate having
to say YES I want to 'run with bugs' when the app launches.
> Interface discrepancy in BaseDirContext is stopping new Eclipse
> A number of 'new to Red5' developers (including me) are being stoped dead
> by the following runtime time error message as Tomcat attempts to start -
> Error creating bean with name 'tomcat.server' defined in class path
> resource [red5.xml]: Invocation of init method failed; nested exception is
> On inspection I noticed that the definition of
> is used by
> ... .ivy2\cache\red5\naming-resources\jars\naming-resources-.jar
> but is missing from (and is the only one missing from)
> ..... .ivy2\cache\tomcat\catalina\jars\catalina-6.0.20-patched.jar
> Yes the systems build it (0.9rc1 and current HEAD) just fine. Yes it
> happens on both Windows and UNIX boxes.
> My systema both win and linux run Eclipse galialeo Build id:
> All the eclipse loaded software is 'the latest' I suspect (guessing)
> that the problem is in the 'Ivy' but it is way beyond my current
> capabilities to fix. Could some kind soul help us get it fixed and / or
> suggest a workaround.
> Would an older verion of Ivy help? How would I get it.?
> many thanks for just reading this
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