I know I am probably doing something stupid or missing one small piece but I cannot put my finger on it . I am evaluating a number of Atlassian products for my company and to this point have had no issues. I have followed the instructions for installation in a Windows environment step for step. However, when I launch IE to the default URL for setup, I only get a page can't be displayed error.
I am trying to install on a 64-bit Windows 2008r2 server. Confluence, JIRA and a number of plugins for both are running without issue. I just can't seem to get Crowd running.
Many years later - I have yet to be able to complete the Crowd installation. Trying to connect to a SQL Server (using a named instance, if that matters). I finally was able to get to a point where the database connection succeeds, and the tables are created, but it fails with the error "Missing plugins" (such as soy and a couple others). Why is Crowd's installation so much less solid than Jira and Confluence? I am running both on the same server (not yet in production, but just trying to try them out before I split them up) already, so it's not an issue of communication with the database server. I even downloaded a fresh jdk (1.8, even though that's now super old, but it's what the Crowd docs say is supported) and still no luck.
I think there's still an issue with Crowd on 64 bit platforms, the tomcat was compiled against a 32 bit versio. Applies if you have installed as a service
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