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While you are probably running an application that is using Servlets. I think this question is more appropriate in the Websphere forum. So I am going to move this to that forum. As I just noticed, this is also a cross post from a post in the JSP forum. So all those that have come here from that forum to help answer this question. I will have one more link for you to get to the new moved thread. Mark [ August 25, 2003: Message edited by: Mark Spritzler ]
You first need to assemble your application into an EAR or WAR file. If you do not know how to do this, WAS has a nice utility app called the AAT or Application Assembly Tool that will help you do this. Once this is done, you need to use the admin console or the administration scripting tool to install your application. At this point, you will see that the EAR or WAR has been busted out into the appropriate directory. On 4.0 it would be in the installed Apps directory or the WAS tree. On WAS 5.0 you can choose the location of the app but by default, it is located in the same place as 4.0. Do a search for the WebSphere InfoCenter for more info. [ August 25, 2003: Message edited by: William Duncan ]
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