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Vishal Kumar
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Joined: Jan 13, 2005
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Hie Experts,

I have a JAVA application working on an instance of Tomcat.

Please help me understand what would be the best strategy to get the application working with WAS 5.x instead of Tomcat.

Thanks in advance.

Vishal Chitkara
Jeanne Boyarsky
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Vishal,
Do you have an EAR file? If so, you just deploy the EAR file through the websphere admin console.


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You can also deploy the standalone WAR file, WAS will create the EAR for you.


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