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Crowd installation issue Edited

Hi everyone

I try to install Crowd and use MySQL database. After creation of database structure we have the next issue. Log is here

Please, help to overcome this shit!

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@Vladimir Vyazigin 

 

Hi Vladimir, 

can you provide some more information based on the crowd log files 

https://confluence.atlassian.com/crowd/finding-the-atlassian-crowd-log-file-167182956.html?_ga=2.9209980.858718826.1572375590-787472094.1571249369

 

In the past problems have been reported based on the usage of JDK 10 (while JDK 8 is supported). Any chance that this is the case

Ceers

Kurt

I have added link to this file in my post. Do you need anything more? And i use jdk-13. I didn't find any recommendations for version of jdk.

@Vladimir Vyazigin 

 

Please see https://confluence.atlassian.com/crowd/supported-platforms-191851.html for the supported platforms and that JDK / openJDK 1.8 are certified.

I saw this table, but what is it "1.8"? Because currently available openjdk from 8 version and higher. I tried to install Crowd on 8 version and without luck

@Vladimir Vyazigin 

OpenJDK 1.8 or JDK 1.8 (https://www.oracle.com/technetwork/java/javase/downloads/jdk8-downloads-2133151.html) are needed.

Looking in the log file you shared it seems you are using version 13

 

Can you please check again

@Kurt Klinner , thank you very much! Recently i really found 1.8 version of jdk and installed it. After that problem disappeared. From start i thought that 1.8 version is mistake in text :)

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