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Installing new Application

vasu devan
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Joined: Apr 14, 2005
Posts: 38
Dear Friends,

I am new to Websphere,i would like to Install my web application into websphere,and im using Websphere 6.0

Using Administration console,i navigated upto Applications -> Install New applications

Here i encountered probelom

i)it asks for EAR,WAR,JAR File,if i gave jar/war Files it is not taking and Giving Exception

The EAR file might be corrupt or incomplete.

How can i able to overcome the above situation

ii)Suppose if i want to use EAR file means,how can i able to create EAR Files.

This is simple servlets,jsp,java based applications ,does not have EJB

Any help will be appreciated

Scott Selikoff
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Joined: Oct 23, 2005
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Creating an EAR is a general question for the EJB/J2EE forum.

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Brian Hennessy
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Joined: Oct 24, 2005
Posts: 57
Before this is moved , i've had problems before in WebSphere trying to deploy a WAR file can't remember the error I was getting but I suppose if its not working anythings worth a try. In WebSphere Studio was there a default EAR file created when you created the Web Project. If so make sure the Web Project is in the application.xml of the DefaultEAR and export that instead of the WAR file. If this doesn't solve the deployment problem you'll have an EAR file to play around with.
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