I am also having this same issue. I am trying to install a local version of Jive 7 on my Windows 7 machine. My setup is:
Apache Tomcat 7.0.57
Has anyone else seen this and been able to resolve it?
I think in your case, you may try with jdk 1.7 and with maven 3.2.1.
For me, Im still getting the errors :
[ERROR] Could not find a version of file run-services/serviceconfig/core.json that was meant for version 188.8.131.52
[INFO] Filtering file run-services/main-args.properties for version 184.108.40.206...
[ERROR] Could not find a version of file run-services/main-args.properties that was meant for version 220.127.116.11 even after successful build. I doubt why these files are not available.
Check out the path of the files, I too encountered the same problem today.. And the mistake was the wrong path..
For apache maven the path will go as follows:
C:\Program Files\Apache software foundation\apache-maven-3.2.5\bin
And this path will go under Advanced System settings on your device. And after that run the command prompt:
If you get the result of the Version means you are getto Go...
Hope it helps you all...
Awaiting your feedback..
version with mvn --version is coming right at the prompt still the errors are showing up.
I can execute the mvn --version command with no issues. But my other errors are still present.
I took your advice Surabhi Mishra and tired running the site with maven 3.2.1 and Java 1.7 and that worked for me. The odd thing is I still get the error you get when creating the project " Could not find a version of file run-services/main-args.properties that was meant for version 18.104.22.168" , but I am able to run setup and run my Jive isntance locally with no problems. Maybe it will come back to bite me later when I'm doing plug-in development. But since using a previous version of maven helped me, maybe you can try using maven 3.2.1 instead of 3.2.2 and see if that works?
As I to started on Jive 7.0 now, I am working with jive 7.0 and Postgres database and jdk.
I got build errors, but,I reinstalled the setup in CentOs. Just check out the requirements for Jive 7.0 setup first.
And do check for the user you are logging into, they shouldn't be same!! This might be one of the problem solutions you are facing.
Refer this Doc: Jive 7.0 Community Admin Documentation
I hope it helps you !!