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Multiple server Instances

gopal chandh
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Hi,
We are trying to create multiple instances of the server on the same node on same was5.1 installation. Is there any way to do it other than doing it from admin console( & or using WSinstance command)?. We tried doing it through admin console but the applications in the newly created instances doesn't start/stop.We used same ear for all the instances. Any help would be appreciated.
Thanks,
Gopal
Mike Burnham
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Joined: Jun 06, 2001
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Do you get any error messages in the log file? You may have EJB name collisions in JNDI.


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Jeanne Boyarsky
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Gopal,
Are you using a server group or just two copies of the same server?


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gopal chandh
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Joined: Apr 06, 2004
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Its just two copies(one for DEV and one for QA) of the same server. Same EAR File. with different application names.
Checked the log files. didn't find any error messages. How do i check the EJB/JNDI Clash and how can i change that?
Thanks,
Gopal
Mike Burnham
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I suggest trying each application individually before installing them together. If they work individually then some kind of collision has occured.
 
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