C:\bea "is not BEA home" error on IDEA 7.0.2 + WebLogic 10.3 TP

I just did fresh installs of IDEA 7.0.2 and WebLogic 10.3 TP on a workstation with a fresh bare-bones Windows XP image. I created a J2EE project in IDEA and when I try to configure an application server, I get the message:


Warning: Directory 'C:\bea' is not a BEA home


I see other people have had similar problems: http://www.intellij.net/forums/thread.jspa;jsessionid=1227A63B99B3C57669AC358054DC566C?messageID=5196894??


Has anyone else encountered this, and does anyone have a solution or a workaround? any help would be appreciated, thanks much!



Here's the contents of my c:\bea\registry.xml:

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IDEA doesn't recognize your WebLogic installation because it expects to find
element in the host/product/release element. As a workaround you can add element between and ]]>.

I just did fresh installs of IDEA 7.0.2 and WebLogic 10.3 TP on a workstation with a fresh bare-bones Windows XP image. I created a J2EE project in IDEA and when I try to configure an application server, I get the message:


Warning: Directory 'C:\bea' is not a BEA home


I see other people have had similar problems: http://www.intellij.net/forums/thread.jspa;jsessionid=1227A63B99B3C57669AC358054DC566C?messageID=5196894??


Has anyone else encountered this, and does anyone have a solution or a workaround? any help would be appreciated, thanks much!



Here's the contents of my c:\bea\registry.xml:

<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?>
<bea-product-information xmlns:fo="http://www.w3.org/1999/XSL/Format" xmlns:gpr="http://www.bea.com/ns/cie/gpr">
<host home="C:\bea" name="htpc">
<product format="1.0" name="WebLogic Platform Tech Preview">
<release level="10.3" ServicePackLevel="0" PatchLevel="0" Status="installed" BeaProgramGroup="BEA Products" StartMenu="C:\Documents and Settings\All Users\Start Menu\Programs" InstallTime="Feb 1, 2008 7:55:38 AM" InstallDir="C:\bea\wlserver_10.3tp" JavaHome="C:\bea\jrockit_160_02" JavaVersion="1.6.0_02" JavaVendor="BEA">
<component name="WebLogic Server TP" version="10.3.0.0">
<component name="Core Application Server"/>
<component name="Administration Console"/>
<component name="Configuration Wizard and Upgrade Framework"/>
<component name="Web 2.0 HTTP Pub/Sub Server"/>
<component name="BEA WebLogic JDBC Drivers"/>
<component name="Third Party JDBC Drivers"/>
<component name="WebLogic Server Clients"/>
<component name="WebLogic Web Server Plugins"/>
<component name="Beehive and Struts Libraries"/>
<component name="WSRP Producer Support"/>
<component name="UDDI and Xquery Support"/>
<component name="Server Examples"/>
<component name="Evaluation Database"/>
<component name="Workshop Code Completion Support"/>
</component>
</release>
</product>
<java-installation Name="jdk160_02" JavaHome="C:\bea\jdk160_02" JavaVersion="1.6.0_02" JavaVendor="Sun" Architecture="32" Platform="win">
<dependent-product Name="WebLogic Platform Tech Preview" Version="10.3.0.0"/>
</java-installation>
<java-installation Name="jrockit_160_02" JavaHome="C:\bea\jrockit_160_02" JavaVersion="1.6.0_02" JavaVendor="BEA" Architecture="32" Platform="win">
<dependent-product Name="WebLogic Platform Tech Preview" Version="10.3.0.0"/>
</java-installation>
</host>
</bea-product-information>



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Thanks Nikolay, that did the trick!

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