Attempted to install Java in a directory with no spaces (c:\jre7) and launch the jnlp file from there… fail! Is your host behind a proxy server? The comments are moderated. When ever I try to launch jade I get an Application Error. "Unable to launch the application" "Error: Unable to load resource: http://www.adom.de/jade/downloads/javawebstart/0.2.2/jade.jnlp" Am I missing something? http://globalcryptonews.com/unable-to/0xe000848c-unable-to-attach-to-a-resource.html
It's a JRE setting you can find on Java in Control Panel. Knowing that Java and UCS usually don't play well together, I figured this issue was most likely related to the Java version not working with UCS 2.1.1C so I assumed that adom2_solution.jpg Reply With Quote 12-27-2012,03:19 PM #10 Gnoll cheiftan View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message Junior Member Join Date Mar 2008 Posts 5 Thank you I was having the same This is a personal blog, not an SCC blog.
See More 1 2 3 4 5 Overall Rating: 0 (0 ratings) Log in or register to post comments yongkchung Wed, 08/24/2011 - 12:41 Go to the Java Control Panel. Under Open an ssh session to the UCSM ip address and do the following: UCS# scope system UCS /system # scope services UCS /system/services # enable http UCS /system/services # disable http-redirect Created a new Java keypass file… fail!
Your fix above to delete the directories fixed my Windows 7 VM. All Rights Reserved. Your solution works perfectly fine for me. Java Download On a side note; I am now running Java 8 and it seems to work fine with UCS….
In any case, I hope this post helps save some time in the future if you come across a similar situation. Java Unable To Launch The Application Unable To Load Resource Related Posted in Technical | No Comments » Leave a Comment Name Mail (will not be published) Website Please note: Comment moderation is enabled and may delay your comment. All rights reserved. (C) Copyright 1992-2015 Thomas Biskup. https://communities.cisco.com/docs/DOC-45632 When I try to launch the UCS manager from the web interface, I get the following exception from Java Web Start:com.sun.deploy.net.FailedDownloadException: Unable to load resource: http://192.168.126.128/ucsm/unpacked/centrale.jar at com.sun.deploy.net.DownloadEngine.actionDownload(Unknown Source) at com.sun.deploy.net.DownloadEngine.getCacheEntry(Unknown
Reply Seth Siders View December 2, 2015 Andrew, thanks for posting this. Reply Search Search for: Archives April 2016 September 2015 August 2015 April 2015 January 2015 June 2014 May 2014 July 2013 October 2011 May 2011 April 2011 February 2011 Powered by This site is available to the public. After looking around online I came across someone reporting a similar issues, but not related to Cisco UCS but instead another Java based application.
Reply Vi Vo View August 11, 2014 I got the same issue and the solution is import SSL certificate of the ASA to Certificate Snap-in: - Open https:\\asaipaddress - Export certificate https://vmfocus.com/2015/08/07/cisco-ucs-platform-emulator-unable-to-launch-ucs-manager/ Interestingly after logging back into the older UCSM, it breaks again and I have to delete those folders again to be able to run the newer UCSM. Ucs Manager Unable To Load Resource This led me to search for the remaining orphaned files and find the root cause of the issue. Ucs Manager Java Error Choose "Direct connection" instead of "Use browser settings" 4.
HTTP Section: Admin State: "Enabled" radio button Redirect HTTP to HTTPS: "Disabled" radio button 1537Views Categories: UCS Manager , UCS Solutions Tags: none (add) Comments 0 Comments Name Email Address Website this contact form I was having a similar problem trying to run two different versions of UCS manager for two different systems. It was the same version as I already had, but it somehow worked after the reinstall. Problem Statement Connecting to the VIP Address of the Cisco UCS Platform Emulator, you are unable to launch UCS Manager. Cisco Ucs Java Unable To Launch The Application
If you go to the ip address of your firewall in Internet Explorer and add the certificate to both the Trusted Root Certificate Authorities and Trusted Publishers stores it will again It may be under local settings application data....That could help. Forum New Posts FAQ Calendar Community Member List Forum Actions Mark Forums Read Quick Links Today's Posts View Site Leaders What's New? have a peek here Powered By Blogroll 3PARDude Everything Virtual Ray Heffer The Slog TheSaffaGeek Tim's IT Blog VCDX133 vCloudnine vHorizon viKernel Virtualize My DC Virtually Mike Brown VMware SMB Blog vNinja Archives Archives Select
Reply Tim View February 25, 2014 I found another solution. UCS /system/services* # commitIf you are able to open the GUI in a different computer you can try:Admin Tab :: Filter Dropdown:: Communications Management ::Communications Services. I had read a few forum posts from users who were only able to fix their problem by re-imaging their computers, or deleting and re-creating their Windows profile.
Powered by vBulletin Version 4.2.1 Copyright © 2016 vBulletin Solutions, Inc. I found them in this directory: /Users/myusername/Library/Application Support/Oracle/ Deleting the sub directories here on my Mac worked like a charm. Select the ‘shield icon' in FireFox Click Options Select ‘Disable Protection Now' Refresh and you can now Launch Cisco UCS Manager Share this:Click to email (Opens in new window)Click I spent hours last night, and a few more this morning trying to figure out why I could no longer launch my Cisco UCS Manager console.
Start Java Control Panel (from windows control panel -> java, OR from Java folder) 2. The content is provided for informational purposes only and is not meant to be an endorsement or representation by Cisco or any other party. Didn't quite work for me as it did for you. Check This Out Uninstalled Java 6u45 and Java 7u25 completely and performed a clean install of Java 6u45… fail!
Here is a list of step of what I did; but you can jump iver this if you want the quick fix. I was able to run the older UCS manager 2.2(1c) fine from both my Mac (El Captian 10.11.1) and my Windows 7 VM running on Fusion on my Mac. I think it had to do with a recent Java update.