We are doing something similar so I may have a partial answer.
I was able to export my process from or LC2 server to an LCA using LiveCycle Workbench 9.5 and then import it into our new LC4 server via the admin UI (Services->Applications and Services->Application Management and then click Import). So far so good. But I also have a large number of watched folders for which I exported configuration information from my LC2 system sometime last year (but don't remember how). I'd like to import this into LC4 but can't find the right place to do the import.
The initial tags are:
<applicationSettings xmlns=http://adobe.com/idp/applicationmanager/applicatino/settings xmlns:xsi="http://www.w3/org/2001/XMLSchema-instance">
If this looks familiar and you can tell me how to import this I will be very grateful.
I see the adminUI-Login page
Found in server.log:
ERROR [com.adobe.idp.config.AdobePreferenceFactory] UserM:GENERIC_ERROR: [Thread Hashcode: 17671659] Problem with system rootcom.adobe.idp.common.errors.exception.IDPSystemExceptionorigin: com.adobe.idp.common.errors.exception.IDPException| [com.adobe.idp.storeprovider.database.DBDatasourceFactory] errorCode:8193 errorCodeHEX:0x2001 message:Could not create connection; - nested throwable: (com.mysql.jdbc.exceptions.jdbc4.CommunicationsException: Communications link failure
I understand, that there's noc Connection to the mysql-database. So I can't Login to the adminUI.
Here it gets the old server-Name:
* System Properties **************************************************
Where can I change this property?
You should reconfigure your datasources(database onnection) in JBoss(assuming it's 5.1).
The above bind address is for the Jboss host where it is bound(i.e. HFSLAOPM01). What steps did you follow to move the server ? What is the LiveCycle version ?
I think the configuration of the datasource is correct. We didn't change anything here:
<!-- modified by installer to encrypt password -->
Our server-admin cloned the virtual LC-server and moved it to a new local domain and changed the name and ip of the server.
I think that was all. We are still using version LC2 (9.0).
First of all you must try to upgrade to a supported version as soon as possible as ES2 is out of support.
Secondly, for the issue, you can try to change the Host name(provided with -b flag) in service.bat which is executed by windows service to start the JBoss. In case it's not service, update it in run.conf.bat. Then restart