I tested the Alfresco webscript connector on a new test environment. Here are the steps I followed:
* Downloaded the last version of Alfresco community and installed it with the script: alfresco-community-installer-201707-linux-x64.bin * Downloaded the alfresco-indexer from github and run a mvn install -Dmaven.test.skip=true on it * Installed the generated amp with the following command:
java -jar alfresco-mmt.jar install pathtoalfrescoindexer/alfrescro-indexer-webscripts/target/alfresco-indexer-webscripts.amp pathtoalfrescoinstalldir/tomcat/webapps/alfresco.war -force and started alfresco
* Downloaded and started the last version of manifoldcf (apache-manifoldcf-2.9-bin.zip) in single process mode (start.sh) * Created an alfresco webscript connector with the following connection params:
* Protocol : http * Host name : localhost * Port : 8080 * Context : /alfresco/service * Store protocol : workspace * Store ID : SpacesStore * User name : admin * Password : admin
And got the error : "Alfresco connection check failed". You can find the log file in attachment. Did I miss something?
Go to the alfresco admin console (in case its enterprise) and make sure the amp module with the webscripts is listed as an installed module.
You probably need to to force a redeploy, as you want tomcat to deploy your new alfresco.war file, created after your execution of : j*ava -jar alfresco-mmt.jar install** ...* under <tomcatroot>/webapps/alfresco.war - a backup file should have also been created.
Follow this steps to try that :
- stop tomcat - clean the temporary files in tomcat by deleting all under <tomcatRoot>/temp <tomcatRoot>/work/Catalina/locahost - delete the currently deployed (exploded) alfresco webapp under <tomcatroot>/webapps/alfresco , this will force tomcat to redeploy your alfresco.war. - start tomcat
Make sure the webscripts module is now deployed.
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