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smukkand
@smukkand
is this closed? I am getting similar error while invoking activiti workflows
here is the errors:
OpenIDM version "6.0.0-SNAPSHOT" (revision: 467501b) forgerock/master-2016 master
May 10, 2021 3:06:23 PM org.activiti.engine.impl.bpmn.behavior.ScriptTaskActivityBehavior execute
WARNING: Exception while executing readUserData : Can't find scripting engine for 'groovy'
May 10, 2021 3:06:23 PM org.activiti.engine.impl.interceptor.CommandContext close
SEVERE: Error while closing command context
org.activiti.engine.ActivitiException: Can't find scripting engine for 'groovy'
Karel Maxa
@karelmaxa
Hi @smukkand, yeah the mentioned issue should be resolved. I will check it with the latest master build.
smukkand
@smukkand
Hi @karelmaxa , Thanks! Let me know your output
Karel Maxa
@karelmaxa
I was able to reproduce the problem (issue WrenSecurity/wrenidm#97 has been created). The bug has been introduced during Java 11 upgrade. It is possible to downgrade to the commit WrenSecurity/wrenidm@345dd13 but you would have to use Java 8. We will try to fix the bug asap.
smukkand
@smukkand
👍🏻 ill dowgrade and test the usecases while the issue is being resolved
smukkand
@smukkand
@pavelhoral @karelmaxa - Any workaround on fixing the bug in IDM groovy with JDK11 ?
Pavel Horal
@pavelhoral
We have reverted groovy version upgrade so that should be fixed... or maybe workarounded is a better word for that solution.
smukkand
@smukkand
Ok, glad to know, thanks . I will check from side
Pavel Horal
@pavelhoral
MacOS build of Wren:IDM should be fixed thanks to @RoBobik ... In the process we have switched from discontuinued PhantomJS to Puppeteer and reworked how the UI assembly works (UI is still our Achilles heel). As the next step we are going to finalize our Docker Hub image and do final system tests before producing release 6.0.0.
smukkand
@smukkand
Thanks for the resolution !!
Is there any documentation covering the supported repository versions (mysql, Postgress ) for IDM ?
Pavel Horal
@pavelhoral
The only documentation at the moment is the code itself - https://github.com/WrenSecurity/wrenidm/tree/master/openidm-zip/src/main/resources/db . I hope we will change that soon as well.
PostgreSQL just needs JSON support (so that's something like 9+).
Pavel Horal
@pavelhoral
Scripts for other databases are not using anything special, so almost "any version" will do.
smukkand
@smukkand
Ok, 👍🏻
Amit Sahoo
@amit_sahoo_gitlab
Hi All
I am trying to compile Open AM from source and I am using JDK 11
I am getting below error
[ERROR] Failed to execute goal on project openam-mib-schema: Could not resolve dependencies for project org.forgerock.openam:openam-mib-schema:jar:13.5.1-SNAPSHOT: Failed to collect dependencies at external:jdmkrt:jar:2007-01-10: Failed to read artifact descriptor for external:jdmkrt:jar:2007-01-10: Could not transfer artifact external:jdmkrt:pom:2007-01-10 from/to wrensecurity-forgerock-archive (http://dl.bintray.com/wrensecurity/forgerock-archive): Authorization failed for http://dl.bintray.com/wrensecurity/forgerock-archive/external/jdmkrt/2007-01-10/jdmkrt-2007-01-10.pom 403 Forbidden -> [Help 1]
Appreciate any help to resolve
I am building wrenam-sustaining-13.5.x
krystofNovotny
@krystofNovotny
Hello @amit_sahoo_gitlab Thanks for your message. The problem is that bintray repo is not functional anymore, but the build still references it. We have created an issue WrenSecurity/wrenam#45 and we are working on a fix.
Amit Sahoo
@amit_sahoo_gitlab
Thanks @krystofNovotny for the update