This page last changed on Nov 19, 2005 by cholmes.

This page should be used to report successful GeoServer installations.

GeoServer 1.2.0rc1 version status Win98 Win2K WinXP Linux
Tomcat 5.5.7 working     x x
Tomcat 5.0.19 working x x   x
Tomcat 4.1.30 working x - x x
Tomcat 4.1.12 broken        
Jetty internal working   x x x
Resin 3.x broken   x x  
Resin 2.x working   x    

If you can fill any holes in the above table please edit this page, and write you name and environment down. (Jody here I see that a Win98 column has been added - who tested with this/what java version)

Jianchun Xu

I tried GeoServer 1.2.0 rc2, rc1, 1.1.1... None of them is compatible with Sun Application Server Platform Edition 8 (bundled with J2EE 1.4 SDK). Am I missing anything? Why the J2EE server by Sun is not supported? Or, does GeoServer completely follow J2EE specifications?

Chris Holmes

OS: Win XP, Java version 1.4.1_07 Jetty 4.1.27, Tomcat 4.1.30. Also tested Resin 3.0.6, but I have problems with the Login page looping, never recognizing that you actually logged in, and I've heard reports of it freezing up on the FeatureTypeEditing, which I've never tested myself, since I use Resin rarely. I'm testing with the latest cvs builds.

Jody Garnett

OS: Win 2000, Java 1.4.2_04 with JAI 1.1.2 and image_io, Jetty from the cvs, Resin 3.0.6 is broken although Resin 2.x works. Tomcat 5.0.19 and Tomcat 4.1.30

Swapan Mazumdar

Tomcat 5.0.19 working,
And yeah, tomcat4.1.12 had some major problems. I am not sure what specific module was inconsistent.

Rafax

does somebody has some experience with solaris and geoserver? i would like to know if geoserver works on solaris???

  • I have heard no reports of it, but don't see any reason it would not work as GeoServer is all Java. Please report back if you test it out. - cholmes
Patrick Schlaepfer

OS: SuSE Linux 9, Java 1.4.2_04 with JAI 1.1.2, Tomcat 4.1.30 - Made some changements, that it runs in top level - not as /geoserver

Daniel O'Neill

OS: Win XP, Java 1.5.0 with JAI 1.1.2, JBoss 4.0.1 - working
OS: Win XP, Java 1.4.1 with JAI 1.1.2, Websphere 5.0 - geoserver war deploys and starts but admin page returns ServletExceptions in actionator.jsp, locator.jsp, and menuator.jsp. Already tried changing the quotes as mentioned in the comment. Will investigate further and update as appropriate.

Ida de Groot

The same problem occurred in Editor.jsp while adding a feature type.

Craig E. Oaks

OS: Win XP, Java 1.5.0 with JAI 1.1.2, Tomcat 5.5.7, PostgreSQL 8.0.1 + PostGIS 1.0.0-RC3 - working
OS: Fedora Core 3, Java 1.5.0 with JAI 1.1.2, Tomcat 5.5.7 - working
Note on WinXP: these files must be included in Tomcat's "common/endorsed" folder: xercesImpl.jar, xml-apis.jar, xalan.jar (see GEOS-292 for details.)

I just downloaded the war file and ran it in an OC4J (Oracle) container. There were some problems with the demonstration jsp pages with constructs like

<bean:message key="<%= array[ index ]+".label" %>"/>

If I change the double quotes around the attribute value to single quotes it works:
<bean:message key='<%= array[ index ]+".label" %>'/>

I do not know whether this jsp compilation problem is specific to OC4J, but anyway, just thought I should report it. The files I edited (to get the first page right) were:
actionator.jsp
menuator.jsp
locator.jsp

I use j2sdk1.4.2_05 and Oracle Application Server Containers for J2EE 10g (10.1.2.0.0)

Posted by i.degroot@itude.com at Feb 15, 2005 10:39
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