LC Configuration Manager problem, port 8080 still in use?

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SamFahmie

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SamFahmie

SamFahmie

27-09-2009

I'm installing a trial version of the Adobe LiveCycle ES server using JBoss on my system for some development. I'm running Windows Vista Ultimate 64-bit. I did a turnkey installation. That goes fine. When I run the configuration manager, it gets to the deployment step and the "Verifying ports required by service JBoss for Adobe LiveCycle ES are available" step, and I get this error:

"The following ports required by JBoss for Adobe LiveCycle ES are still in use 8080.

Another instance may be running or another application may be using some of the required ports."

Nothing has port 8080 bound. I've checked with a netstat -a -o command. I can run tomcat and it binds port 8080 just fine. I've disabled UAC (I'm logged in as an administrator), disabled windows firewall, and even uninstalled and reinstalled livecycle. One thing that happens if I restart my computer and try again is that it fails for a different error about being unable to stop the JBoss service. If I stop the service manually and retry, it just reverts to the port error above.

This error is really confusing and I can't seem to figure out how to fix it. I need to get this up and running so I can develop and test my application. Anyone have any insights or suggestions?

-Sam Fahmie

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John_C_Cummins

06-12-2012

Have you confirmed that the Firewall and/or Anti-Virus aren't blocking the connection attempt from Configuration Manager (a Java process) to the LiveCycle server? If you're not running Configuration Manager on the server, check both the client and server machines.