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Hello everyone. I'm trying to run fresh_install script and I get an error (photo attached)
What was done:
installed Open JDK 11, configured the environment for java, installed Apache Maven 3.6.3, installed Apache Ant, installed PostgreSQL, launched the database, configured the user, group, postgres config itself, installed Solr and launched http://172.28.2.172:8983/ solr/#/
I configured my group for the solr directory, configured the profile and started the service, installed tomcat9, configured it and launched http://172.28.2.172:8080 , configured the server.xml of the tomcat to the requirements of the dspace. I made a folder for dspace and set up its group. Set up environment for Java JAVA_HOME, JAVA_OPTS. I installed git, started installing the dspace itself, unpacked it, tied up the user and the group that I had prepared earlier when installing postgres, registered the configs with the user and password, there was a connection. I set up the local.cfg of the dspace, made the assembly with maven, then I run fresh_install through ant and see only errors
Does anyone have any idea why this is happening?
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Could you explain what this has to do with Confluence?
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