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prakash pai
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Joined: Apr 06, 2007
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Hi,
I am using OC4J as my application server.
When I try to run my application it says page not found. The OC4J container has initialized properly.

Previously when I placed the war file in the application directory, it didnot deploy. Then I had to make an entry in applixation.xml.

I am wondering if a similar entry needs to be done in some other file.

The same application is running in Tomcat.

Plzz help!!
Jeanne Boyarsky
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Prakash,
Welcome to JavRanch!

Tomcat is a web container - which means it runs war files. OC4J is an application server - which means it runs EARs.

We have an Oracle/OAS forum where people are more likely to know about deploying to OC4J.


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prakash pai
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Joined: Apr 06, 2007
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Thanks for the link!!
But we do have the same war application deployed using OC4J in a unix server. I am trying to do this in my windows machine.
prakash pai
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Joined: Apr 06, 2007
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The problem got resolved
U need to make an entry in http-web-site.xml

Thanks!!
 
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