Error 404 after database vendor change.

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Hello everyone.

I've just downloaded Bonita BPM Community 7.4.3 to deploy with wildfly-10.1.0. I've followed the instructions to install and run the bundle with the default H2 database, with no problems on Windows server 2008 R2. Then I go to http://localhost:8080/bonita, and it works just fine.

Now I try to change the vendor to MS Sql Server, so I edit the file setup/database.properties, copy the database driver in setup/lib folder, and run start-bonita.bat successfully. But when I try to access the login page (http://localhost:8080/bonita OR http://localhost:8080/bonita/login.jsp), I get Error 404 - Not Found.
If I change the URL to http://localhost:8080/, It shows me the Wildfly Welcome page, So I can tell Wildfly is running correctly.

Is there something I'm forgetting to do, or made I a mistake? I really ran out of ideas.

Thank you in advance for your help.

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Hi,

Did you follow the special instructions for MS SQL Server described here? Also, if that doesn't work I would suggest to try to setup the database configuration for MS SQL Server on a fresh install.

Cheers

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Submitted by harlynton.castano on Wed, 03/15/2017 - 15:24

Hi Lionel, thanks for answering!

The first time we attempted to change vendor, we followed the instructions for MS SQL Server. When it did not work, we uninstall MS SQL Server and reinstall it from scratch. We even named the database just like the one on the example (BONITA_BPM) as well as the user (bonitadev), but we got the same result.

I also verified that the Microsoft SQL Server JDBC Driver 4.0. was in the right place (\setup\lib), and checked my version of java (jdk1.8.0_121). All of this seems to be correctly set up.

Thanks again for your help.

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