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How to deploy WAR files in WebSphere Applcation Server 6.0

 
Pankaja Shinde
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I have simple web project (HelloWorld) created in MyEclipse. Which has just helloworld.jsp file which displays only "HelloWorld" in browser.
I want to deploy it in WebSphere Applcation Server 6.0 (trial)
I deployed (created) HelloWorld.war file in MyEclipse
please tell me
How to deploy this HelloWorld.war file in WebSphere Applcation Server 6.0
and how to access the helloworld.jsp file in browser.

Thanks

Pankaj Shinde
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Sandeep Murthy
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In WebSphere, you can deploy applications (WAR/EAR) in 2 ways:

1. Using the administrative console (the Admin Console)
2. Using wsadmin scripts

Admin Console:
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If WebSphere is installed properly, you will be able to access the admin console through browser with the help of the following url:
http : // ip-address : port /ibm/console/ (without the spaces)
By default, 9060 is the port used by WAS. You can change it by specifying another port during installation.

Once you access the admin console, deploying an application is easy.
You can go to Applications --> Enterprise Applications --> Install New Application link and follow the steps from there.
If it's a WAR you are installing, you can specify the context root.
You can map the application to available servers, and choose to pre compile JSPs as well.

Once you open the admin console, it's pretty simple and self explanatory.

[ July 31, 2008: Message edited by: Sandeep Narasimhamurthy ]

[ July 31, 2008: Message edited by: Sandeep Narasimhamurthy ]
[ July 31, 2008: Message edited by: Sandeep Narasimhamurthy ]
 
Pankaja Shinde
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thanks
 
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thanks sandeep
 
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