As an alternative to starting this cluster instance as service, you can start and stop it manually, using: Please follow the following link to configure your server: Reza Reza 71 1 1 gold badge 5 5 silver badges 11 11 bronze badges. It is important to use the database user role for this step, rather than the admin role. Fix them, and the service will start, eventually.


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As an alternative to starting this cluster instance as service, you can start and stop it manually, using: Regards David Original Message From: Great news, thanks Dave! The specified module could not be found.

We create the service using the following command.: In any case you plmava.dll see clearly which dlls have to be on the PATH and whether they can be seen by the dll loader.

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I checked pluava.dll the windows installer guys and they say they’ve got the updated pljava in RC2 and have tested it to ensure that it works. Note that the installation will create this database cluster automatically. The original distribution can be found at https: If you do not have Apache Maven installed, go to https: Please follow pljava.dol following link to configure your server: As noted above, the installation created a default cluster, running on default port At this point, the database is ready to import data from the original, corresponding, Progress database.


The latter is for re-indexing and recovery purposes, pljaba.dll is not used under normal circumstances. Java 8 is recommended. I’ve written maybe a dozen lines of Java code in my entire life!

On Jan 24, You will be prompted for a superuser password. The installer only enables the plJava checkbox if it finds a JVM in the path – and if it can’t, most likely the server can’t either.


This user must also own the server process. In the console that opens after installation, we will update the package database and core system packages with: Data access security policies should be defined at the application level to restrict those operations as appropriate.

Thread: BUG # plJava dll still doesn’t load : Postgres Professional

Instead, the administrator is required to chose from a list quite long of bundled locales. Fix them, and the service will start, eventually. Since these are server-specific configuration, they are identical to Linux counterpart. As initdb the new file structure is created under current user credentials. Thats a generic messages raised by PostgreSQL when it fails to load a library – unfortunately I don’t think there’s not much that can be done to improve pljava.dlp there, at least lljava.dll some horribly platform specific hacks.


You only need to specify the superuser postgres password.


Use the postgres system account to create the database role the FWD runtime environment will use to access FWD databases. This role should not be used by the FWD runtime environment. To start it we need manually start it from Service panel or by invoking: Choose a password and enter it when prompted twice. pljavad.ll

Thread: BUG #3897: plJava dll still doesn’t load

I had the exact same error and followed the instructions to a T, but still the same problem. As part of my investigation I wrote a small Java program that a potential plJava user can run if they hit problems. What they put in RC2 is the repackaged pljava for 8. Finally, run a quick smoke test by invoking the toDec UDF, which accepts a string representation of a numeric value and converts it to a decimal data value: The following assumes the current directory is the application project root directory: