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From "Eric Barboni" <>
Subject Re: Cannot get Archiva to create tables in 'archiva' database in MySQL 5.5
Date Wed, 29 Aug 2012 19:09:44 GMT
Hi Chris

AFAIK 1.4-M1 drop "archiva" database see in favor
of more reliable API and workflow.
So IMHO you are doing nothing wrong.



Le Mercredi 29 Août 2012 19:36 CEST, "Harris, Christopher P" <>
a écrit: 
> Hi.
> I've set up Archiva apache-archiva-1.4-M2.war on Windows XP using Tomcat 7.0.26 (base
separated from installation).
> I've set up a MySQL 5.5 database.  The problem is that I see no tables or data getting
populated in just the archiva schema for the "archiva" user.  However, I am seeing tables
and data populating the users schema for the "users" user.
> I used this script:
> create database archiva;
> create database users;
> use mysql;
IDENTIFIED BY 'archiva';
> I can successfully launch the Archiva .war in Tomcat.  Upon my initial launch of Archiva,
I was prompted to create the admin.  Once I created the admin, the admin showed up in the
jdouser table in the users schema.  The guest user is present as well.
> I've attached archiva.log.
> I see that the \path\to\tomcat_base_archiva\data\repositories\*  directories default
internal and snapshots repositories are getting created within my file system.  That would
indicate that Derby is getting used for the repositories, correct?
> Here's my archiva.xml from \path\to\tomcat_base_archiva\conf\Catalina\localhost
> <Context path="/archiva"
>          docBase="C:/apache/tomcat_base_archiva/archiva/apache-archiva-1.4-M2.war"
>          reloadable="true"
>          antiJARLocking="true"
>          antiResourceLocking="true">
>          <!-- docBase="${catalina.home}/archiva/apache-archiva-1.4-M2.war"> -->
>   <Resource name="jdbc/users"
>             auth="Container"
>             type="javax.sql.DataSource"
>             username="users"
>             password="users"
>             driverClassName="com.mysql.jdbc.Driver"
>             url="jdbc:mysql://localhost:3306/users?autoReconnect=true"/>
>   <Resource name="jdbc/archiva"
>             auth="Container"
>             type="javax.sql.DataSource"
>             username="archiva"
>             password="archiva"
>             driverClassName="com.mysql.jdbc.Driver"
>             url="jdbc:mysql://localhost:3306/archiva?autoReconnect=true"/>
>   <Resource name="mail/Session"
>             auth="Container"
>             type="javax.mail.Session"
>   "localhost"/>
> </Context>
> I poked around in the Archiva code on SVN here :
> I looked at the jetty config file jetty-env-mysql.xml and noticed that the archiva user
is given the password 'sa'.
> I noticed that here too:
> So, I even tried changing the "archiva" user's password to sa within MySQL and in archiva.xml.
> That didn't work.
> I've read about a  bug where MySQL db's shouldn't be set to UTF-8, but that bug appears
to have affected older Archiva versions.  Both my users and archiva tables are set to UTF-8.
> It's odd that the users db is being utilized, but the archiva db is not.
> What am I doing wrong?
> I'm tempted to try PostgreSQL, but I don't want to open another potential can of worms
just yet.
> -    Chris
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