I've found that the only reliable way to get the appserver to start
reliably at boot is to follow the bootstrap procedure I've outlined
Also, the AppServer script needs to be tweaked to point to absolute
paths instead of relative (also explained at the URL above).
Gary Perez :: gary.perez@...
Mktg/MIS :: 703-471-2104 x108
Advanced Simulation Technology inc.
On Apr 29, 2005, at 10:44 AM, Mark Phillips wrote:
> I have created a Startup Item for macos x server 10.3.9 that invokes a
> shell script that in turn invokes the AppServer script. The startup
> item is called but the script fails. The app works if invoked from the
> terminal. The sys log simply says the script failed. I assume this
> refers to the shell script for the Startup Item.
> The Startup Item script is just two shell command lines: cd to the
> appropriate directory, then ./AppServer to start Webware. The file
> itself has the same permissions as other files used in this fashion.
> I don't understand what is failing. Does anyone know where can I find
> more detail about the failure?
> Mark Phillips
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