Because of install issues with ProjectAssist (it would not successfully install Bugzilla or Xplanner) I manually installed all the components, including:
- Tomcat 5.5.23
- Apache 2.2.4
- Mysql 5.0.37
- Perl 126.96.36.1997 (ActiveState)
- Liferay 4.2.1
- Continuum 1.0.3
- Xplanner 0.7b
- Bugzilla 3.0
- Subversion 1.4.3
All of the separate components are working beautifully under Windows 2000.
I have installed all the stack components, so it should not have any installing to do, just connect to the pre-existing components and configure users and projects etc.
When I try and run the ProjectAssist wizard though it detects Bugzilla, Continuum & Xplanner, but does not detect Liferay or subversion.
It then complains that does not like the fact that I have already installed Apache.
Why does it need it’s own Apache?
I assume it is because it did not find Liferay and/or subversion? Liferay runs under tomcat, so it would need Apache, I assume that is the cause. As to why ProjectAssist did not find my installation of Liferay, I can not determine that answer, since the install log does not gave any errors about Liferay. When I installed it, I did so according to the Liferay docs, following their defaults. I can only assume that the way CodeGear configured their version is different and they are expecting it to be installed in a non-default location.
Subversion was also installed in the default location, so it should have been found.
So all my stack components are working after a manual installation, but ProjectAssist itself is still not working.