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Arun Boraiah
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Please let me know asap where do i post my question regarding jsp/servlet deployment on Jrun server. The same stuff working fine on iplanet web server.
Thanks in advance.

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Anthony Villanueva
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Joined: Mar 22, 2002
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For JRun 4.0 you can deploy it on the default server. The application root directory is located at {JRun4_root}/servers/default/default-ear/default-war. You can also deploy an .ear file in {JRun4_root}/servers/default. Documentation is available at {JRun4_root}/docs.
Arun Boraiah
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I have a jsp which in turn use jdom api. The code is working perfectly in iplanet 4 but the same when i am migrating to jrun 4 ,org.jdom.IllegalAddException is thrown. Please help me in knowing what might be the possible error ASAP.
Thanks in advance.
Owee Nicolas
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Joined: Jun 16, 2002
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Where did you place JDOM jar archive file? You may want to place it in the {jrun4-root}\servers\{jrun-server}\SERVER-INF\lib directory or specify it classpath of your JRun located in the jvm.config file found in the {jrun4-root}\bin.

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I agree. Here's the link:
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