10-30-2014 10:29 AM
I installed and configured a SAS Studio 3.1 MidTier without errors but when I tried to start the application via html-Link how it was described in the instructions.html I got the message:
type Status report
description The requested resource is not available.
I guess that something wasn't deployed on the Server but all Installation- and Configuration-Logs are ok.
11-04-2014 01:52 PM
At a guess I suggest you check to see if all SAS services are running on your SAS midtier (web) server. If they are not running the easiest way to restart would be to reboot the server.
11-05-2014 03:13 AM
All services are running correctly and when I take the server-address without /sasstudio I get the following webpages:
Port 80: Welcome to SAS 9.4 -> Congratulations! You have successfully set up SAS Web Server
Port 8080: Welcome to SAS 9.l4 -> Congratulations! You have successfully set up SAS Web Application Server
11-04-2014 02:26 PM
It is telling that the SASstudio folder as part of the javacontainer is not there.
Did you redeploy that part? and after that restarted the services (no need to boot the machine)
11-05-2014 03:17 AM
this is the problem. The folder is not deployed in the container but I don't know why. I redeployed SASStudio without errors but it doesn't work.
11-05-2014 07:20 AM
I have not yet played around with 9.4, but I suspect the web server is apache. Apache is usually configured with the httpd.conf file, so I suggest you look for that. This either includes a mod_jk.conf file or has the directives for apache to reroute certain pathes to the web application server. /SASStudio may be missing there, so the web server issues a simple page not found error (the 404).
11-05-2014 07:44 AM
but what kind of source do I have to route to the webServer? The only thing I can find for sasstudio is a "sas.sasstudio.war" which is located in the directory "C:\SAS\Config\Lev2\Web\WebAppServer\SASServer1_1\sas_webapps"
11-05-2014 08:11 AM
11-05-2014 08:17 AM
I notice you're configuring into Lev2, is it possible there is another tcServer running in Lev1 on port 8080, without SASStudio present?
11-05-2014 09:45 AM
Do you have a SASStudio.xml in Lev2/Web/WebAppServer/conf/Catalina/localhost ?
Do you have a log in Lev2/Web/Logs/SASServer1_1/SASStudioMidTier3.2.log ?
Is it possible your server is setup for multiple managed servers, and it's really on server2, at 8180?
11-06-2014 04:12 AM
The SASStudio.xml is there and has the following content:
-<Context path="/SASStudio" docBase="../sas_webapps/sas.sasstudio.war"><ResourceLink type="javax.sql.DataSource" name="jdbc/SASAPP" global="sas/jdbc/SharedServices"/></Context>
I have no log....
What do you mean with multiple managed servers? I installed the DI and BI as a 2-machine installation. Server-tier and Mid-Tier are on the same Machine.
11-05-2014 12:39 PM
The webserver en java container with 9.4 are coming as of VMfabric Vmware is referering to Apache and TC for those.
A war and ear file are just constructs using a zip structure to get a dedicated folder structure and content in the java container and related items.
If we are on this:
- "this is the problem. The folder is not deployed in the container but I don't know why. I redeployed SASStudio without errors but it doesn't work".
It could without errors when the deploying (unzipping) was done with a wrong input-file (that ware/ear) or a wrong destiniation.
Any checks on those?
11-06-2014 06:50 AM
That confirms the context root should be SASStudio. Does host:8080/SASAdmin come up?
As far as multiple managed servers, you can split the WARs into multiple tomcat instances, you would see SASServer1_1, SASServer2_1, etc. I wanted to make sure we were looking at the right server.
Are there any logs in Web/Logs/SASServer1_1 or Web/WebAppServer/SASServer1_1/logs ? The server.log from the latter may contain information about why sas studio failed to deploy if that's what's going on.