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How to Setup the WorkSpace in RAD

Mohammed Yousuff
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Joined: Apr 18, 2006
Posts: 45

I have a Application which was built on the RAD 6.0.As i was very new to the RAD 6.0,i was confused with running the project using the TEST server.

With the Knowledge which i had in WAS 5.1, i tried in the following step:

* Created a new Project using Java Perspective.

* Imported the war file using the import option

* right click on the Login.jsp file and select the 'Run on server' option

* After a few minutes it throws the following Error

The server named WebSphere v6.0 Server @ localhost did not start correctly. Check the Console for error messages. *

* But I can�t see any error in the Console.

I am not sure what i did is correct or not. Please let me have solution or any right step to setup my workspace.

Thanks a Lot

Mohammed Yousuff

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Jeanne Boyarsky
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Joined: May 26, 2003
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You should be importing the war file into a Web project not a Java project. However, I don't think that is related to the problem.

To isolate the problem, you can see if the server starts up without anything on it. To do this, add the server view to your perspective, right click the server and select start.

If the server starts up fine, we need to figure out what is wrong with your workspace. If the server does not start up, there is either something wrong with your install or the server profile got corrupted. You can "uncorrupt" it by deleting the profile and creating a new one.

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Abelard Chow

Joined: Jan 25, 2005
Posts: 7
Hi Mohammed,

Beside using a J2EE project instead of a Java Project, have you try the following instruction in the RAD infoCenter?

Please give it a try and let us know if it help.

Good luck,

Abelard Chow

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