On Jetty 7 and 8, you may see the following exception either during startup of FusionReactor, or at some point during the session:
FusionReactor requires JavaMail and to be installed in the J2EE container. Additionally, Java Mail depends on the Java Activation Framework. We are not able to supply these dependencies ourselves as it may interfere with installed webapps.
Jetty does supply both of these dependencies but they need to be turned on. The dependencies are realized in jars javax.mail.glassfish_1.4.1.v*.jar and javax.activation_1.1.0.v*.jar, both supplied as part of the Jetty JNDI option, installed by default but not activated.
The Jetty Start Options used to activate this assembly are either:
- plus, or
Therefore, starting with either of these options enabled in Jetty will resolve the exception.
Using the "plus" option to include the JNDI packages (Java Mail and Java Activation Framework):
Solution tested under
|Components:||Crash Protection, Logging|
|Last Updated:||25/Mar/11 11:43 AM|
|Affects Version:||3.5.5, 4.0.0|