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I don't know what steps you've taken to get this but if you run a standard installation of KonaKart - now bundled with tomcat7 - and load a MSSQL db during the installation you should have no problems.   We do this automatically many times every day in our test systems.
Not sure why you're getting this.

I just installed exactly your version went to Tags and I had no problem.

Can you verify the same behaviour with a fresh install?

If your company has a support contract with us please start a more in-depth dialogue through those channels.

first you showed Windows, now *nix... I don't know what you're doing.

you must be in the right (custom) directory for it to find the build.xml

If you are in the custom directory it should find the build.xml file that's there.
QuoteI am trying to integrate Konakart with a current web application.  Because Konakart has a struts framework, we cannot use the front end that comes with it.  Instead, we need to include the jar files and make the API calls to the back-end while keeping our current web application as the front-end.

Yes this is a common approach.

I'm not sure what's wrong with your Netbeans set up and I don't actually recognise that exception.

One thing you could do is to install KonaKart on your system, move into the java_api_examples directory then run ANT on the build file that's there which should run that same API example:

Here is the first bit of what you should see:

C:\Program Files\KonaKart\java_api_examples>..\custom\bin\kkant
Buildfile: build.xml

     [echo] Cleanup...


     [echo] Compile the examples
    [mkdir] Created dir: C:\Program Files\KonaKart\java_api_examples\classes
    [javac] Compiling 34 source files to C:\Program Files\KonaKart\java_api_examples\classes
     [echo] Compile the admin custom engine
     [echo] Copy Properties for the examples
     [copy] Copying 1 file to C:\Program Files\KonaKart\java_api_examples\classes


     [java] store:             store1
     [java] Engine Mode:       Single Store
     [java] Shared Customers?  false
     [java] Shared Products?   false
     [java] Shared Categories? false
     [java] **********************************************************************************
     [java] * KONAKART LICENSE AGREEMENT                                                     *
     [java] * You may not use this software except in compliance with the licenses.          *
     [java] * Please study the licenses on the KonaKart website  for the rights, obligations *
     [java] * and limitations governing the use of this software.                            *
     [java] * For users of the Community Edition of KonaKart see:                            *
     [java] *         http://www.konakart.com/documents/COMMUNITY-LICENSE.txt                *
     [java] * For users of the Enterprise Extensions of KonaKart see:                        *
     [java] *         http://www.konakart.com/documents/ENTERPRISE-LICENSE.txt               *
     [java] **********************************************************************************
     [java] KonaKart V6.1.0.0-E built 10:42AM 13-Feb-2012 GMT
     [java] Order 328 inserted successfully
     [java] Order Inserted:
     [java] Order:
     [java] id = 328

Once you get that to work perhaps you could compare that with your Netbeans set-up ...  look at the build file to see what is on the classpath..  does that give you any clues?

I don't know what the problem is but I am suspicious of your tomcat location...  I wouldn't use one with spaces in the directory name.   That always used to be a problem so I would avoid that like the plague.

Another reason to use the APIs is that these should remain backwards-compatible in future releases preserving your investment in the code you write against KonaKart - making it easy for you to upgrade to future versions for bug fixes and new features.   The managers used by the engines are more likely to change than the APIs.... 
Programming of KonaKart / Re: Custom backend
February 06, 2012, 12:10:26 pm
Another option is:

If you have a requirement for the Admin App you can ask KonaKart for a quote for supplying that functionality so that it remains in the product in future versions and you don't have to maintain it.

If the feature is considered general enough to be useful to other KonaKart users in the future we tend to share the development costs 50-50 so it can be a cost-effective way to get the functionality you require.

Send your request to sales @ konakart . com if you're interested.
From your exception:

QuoteCannot rename original file to C:\Program Files\KonaKart\bin\..\conf\tomcat-users.xml.old

It just looks like a permissions problem.
Installation of KonaKart / Re: Konakart and Liferay
February 03, 2012, 05:57:45 pm
Quotewhy in liferay I have only the konakart portlet, but not the admin portlet?

You should check the Liferay logs while you're deploying.  You might see the answer in the log.
Installation of KonaKart / Re: KonaKart on Tomcat7?
January 24, 2012, 05:40:39 am
In the soon-to-be-released v6.0.0.0 of KonaKart we bundle tomcat 7
Configuration of KonaKart / Re: XML_IO Progress
January 22, 2012, 05:37:46 am
I'm not sure how you're running this...   but you can set the log flags as you like to see what's happening:

# KonaKart XML Import/Export
log4j.logger.com.konakart.importer.xml        = DEBUG

If your company has a support contract with us please contact us directly by email at support @ konakart.com for a more in-depth discussion on your use of XML_IO because there may be better ways to achieve what you need.
Configuration of KonaKart / Re: Malfunction
January 13, 2012, 07:36:02 pm
That velocity template is in the zip package in precisely the location mentioned in that error so I don't know why you don't see it.   (I assume you are referring to the version - it's more helpful if you specify the version number you're using).

If you use the zip installation you have to be prepared to configure it properly for your platform (Linux, Windows...)

This is one reason why it's advisable to use the wizard installer which does a lot of this configuration for you automatically.

Programming of KonaKart / Re: Future developments
January 13, 2012, 08:01:09 am
It's a very nice site Andrea - well done !    Hopefully our v6.0 release will be out within a few weeks and you can take advantage of some fancy jQuery features to make it even fancier!
Take a look at the Programming Guide section of the KonaKart User Guide.

It explains quite a few different techniques.

You may wish to specialise a manager and plug that in...  see "Pluggable Managers"
I'm not sure why that was missed off in the build  but please find it attached.

Thanks for pointing that out.