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need help in deploying war file on weblogic server

kamal singh
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hi ppl,

I needed you ppl's expertise here.

I have created an website using servlets and need to upload it on web. I ahave registered a domain and bought webspace also. but when it comes to upload the code to web space i am totaly lost. the service provider has weblogic server.

I know its easy to upload the war file.but the problem is in which directory. I tried to upload that to www directory, but it didn't worked. i tried several other directrries too bu still 'cannot find server'.

i am attaching a screenhot of the file manager ( through cpanel).

please help

thanks in advance

kamal singh
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oops!!
cannot attach the screenshot
David Newton
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*When* do get the "cannot find server" error?
kamal singh
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thanks for the quick reply..

i get this error when i try www.mydomain.com in my browser
David Newton
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Sounds like you don't have a route to the server--contact your ISP.
kamal singh
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hi david...

it doesn't seems to have a problem with isp...

because i have uploaded a simple html page(no java.. no css., no javascript) which is working fine....

i am not sure if i am configuring web.xml correctly or putting war files in correct directry
David Newton
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If you go to "foo.com" and get a "server not found" error, it's a problem with your ISP, your DNS, or something network-related.

If it's not something network-related, you *still* need to contact your ISP to find out where you're supposed to upload files to.
kamal singh
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yep let me ask them... but that will take three days because weekend holidays..

Thats trying to find a solution on my own
David Newton
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If your ISP doesn't provide any support over weekends then you need a new ISP.
 
I agree. Here's the link: http://aspose.com/file-tools
 
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