Friday, December 4, 2009

Can't start the service due to Can't open HTTP server socket on port 80

Can't start the service due to Can't open HTTP server socket on port 80

When i am starting SAP J2EE Engine 6.20 i am not able to get the homepage at its startup.

I have checked the Cluster_Log and it says

OS: Windows XP VM vendor: Sun Microsystems Inc. VM version: 1.3.1_16-b06 VM type: Java HotSpot(TM) Client VM

SAP J2EE Engine Version 6.20 PatchLevel 100897.20 is starting...

Loading: LogManager ...
Loading: R3StartupManager ...
Loading: ThreadManager ...
Loading: TimeoutManager ...
Loading: MemoryManager ...
Loading: PoolManager ...
Loading: PolicyManager ...
Loading: ConnectionsManipulator ...
Loading: IpVerificationManager ...
Loading: ClusterManager ...
Loading: ClassLoaderManager ...
Loading: PortsManager ...
Loading: LockManager ...
Loading: ServiceManager ...

Loading core services:
Starting core service p4 ... done. (297 ms)
Starting core service security ... done. (78 ms)
Starting core service log ... done. (656 ms)
Starting core service admin ... done. (204 ms)
Starting core service monitor ... done. (235 ms)
Core services loaded successfully.

Loading additional services:
Starting service httptunneling ... done. (109 ms)
Starting service jms ... done. (0 ms)
Starting service telnet ... done. (94 ms)
Starting service shell ... done. (250 ms)
ID000544: Error starting service http. Can't start the service due to Can't open HTTP server socket on port 80
ServiceManager: ID000544: Error starting service http. Can't start the service due to Can't open HTTP server socket on port 80
Additional services loaded successfully.

Framework -> criticalShutdown Tue Jul 22 13:44:16 IST 2008 Service http startup error!

Here i can notice "Cant open HTTP server socket on port 80".

Ways to solve

Check that your port 80 is not occupied by other running application (eg. IIS or ITS etc.)

Also check that it may be disabled by antivirus software.

Check the services file that this port is not assigned to other application then

http 80/tcp www www-http

Saturday, August 29, 2009

Error Applying Transforms , Java,installation,errors,messagebox

Error Applying Transforms

Sometimes when attempting to install JAVA a messagebox will appear saying that

Error applying transforms. Verify that the specified

transform paths are valid.

The java team is still investigating about the reasons for this error.

The solutions for this error are.

The following items are suggested workarounds for this error: Offline


Click Offline installer

Note: Before installing again, it is highly recommended to remove existing

traces of the Java from your system.

See the Instructions for uninstalling Java.

Uninstallation instructions for the Java on Windows

Verify Installation:

Click Verify your Java Installation to verify installation was successful.

Tuesday, August 25, 2009

Error 1101: error reading from file.,Java installation,error

When doing installation of JAVA it is common that it will popup the following error message and the installation will fails

Error 1101. Error reading from file: http://javadl-esd.sun/update/1.6.0/sp-1.6.0_05-b19/sp10033.MST
Verify that the file exists and that you can access it.

Theire are so many reasons for this error. Mostly windows NT,2000,XP this error is encountering due to problems in windows installer service.

Windows 98, ME users receive this error if there is a conflict between the version of the Windows Installer msi.dll file on the system and the one being installed by the installer.


For Windows NT, 2000 XP Users:
Unregister and Register Windows Installer Service.

Go to Start -> Run.

Type msiexec.exe /unregister

Click OK

Go to Start -> Run.

Type msiexec.exe /regserver

Click OK

Run the Java installation again.

This should install the Windows Installer Service.
Note: If the above fails to address the issue, download and install the latest Windows Installer Service from Microsoft for your respective operating system.
For related information visit: Microsoft Windows Installer

For Windows 98, ME Users:

Delete the msi.dll file on your computer.

Note: For help related How to Delete the Msi.dll File,

Please refer to Microsoft article Error 1101

The article has all the necessary steps to delete the file on Windows 98 and ME.

Run the installation process again.

This will complete the installation process for Windows Installer Service

Error: x64.exe not a valid Win32 application , Java installation error

When trying to install the sometomes the following error may occure

Error: x64.exe not a valid Win32 application


When installing JAVA this a messagebox will appear saying that

Error: x64.exe not a valid Win32 application

The error is comming if you are trying to install 64-bit version of JAVA in 32-bit operating system

To solve this error user needs to install 32 bit JAVA software itself in the 32-bit operating systems. An awareness to the steps to be followed to download and install 32 bit JAVA software is essential. Follow the steps below to download 32-bit java from JAVA website

AS a first step you goto manual download

Click Windows XP/Vista/2000/2003/2008 Online. The File Download dialog box appears.

Choose the folder location. (Save the file to a known location on your computer, for example, to your desktop).

Click Save.

Close all applications including the browser.

Double-click on the saved file icon to start the installation process.



Error 25099. Unzipping core files failed. - Error: 25099 during Java installation,java

While installation of java is in progress sometimes a messagebox will appear to display the following error message

Error 25099. Unzipping core files failed.

The main indication of this error message is JAVA installation failed. Installation process can fail if process named 'Java Quick Starter ' (jqs.exe) is running and has not terminated after uninstallation.

Below is the worground to work on Windows XP, Windows 2000 and Windows 2003 operating systems.

1. First step is to uninstall all the older versions of JAVA software.

2 As a step to you have to take task manger by pressing CTRL+ALT+DELETE. From the process tab find jqs.exe and click end process. To stop jave through command prompt take start->run->type cmd then press enter. The command prompt type net stop "Java Quick Starter" and press enter.

3. Now you have download and install JAVA. To download JAVA go to In the got to free download. And install..



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