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Website links doesn't work #206

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archenroot opened this Issue Oct 15, 2016 · 3 comments

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archenroot commented Oct 15, 2016

Hi, not sure where to report this, but the official site is referring to lots of artifacts and usually is failing on internal server error or document not found.

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sbordes commented Oct 15, 2016

Yes your are right thanks for the report I will regenerate the full website this evening.

We've got some trouble during website deployment through ssh for 8.5.0 (bad dependency of the maven build)

Can you give me some broken links except those related to unreachable JRebirth CI server (ci|repo|quality.jrebirth.org) that is most often offline for energy saving.

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sbordes commented Oct 17, 2016

All provided Demo Application will be upgraded to 8.5.0, rebuilt using RIA-Pom and re-uploaded to apps.jrebirth.org.
Their pages will be also updated to restore all links and to be able to launch the webstart app, or download a self-executable version.

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sbordes commented Oct 19, 2016

All applications have been rebuilt and 8.5.0 website has been regenerated, only one probleme is remaning the demo app doesn't work with embeded webstart but work by running the jnlp, in any case it's possible to download self-executable jar or windows executable.

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