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installing an EAR Application with ANT for WebSphere

 
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I am wondering if anybody faced a similar problem trying to install an EAR application to WebSphere using ANT.
I am running ANT outside (headless), WSAD using the CustomTags from wsadmin.jar.
I can start a server, I cant stop it, but trying to install an application I get
[24/10/03 09:39:40:749 EST] 5ff4e810 AbstractShell A WASX7093I: Issuing message: "WASX7023E: Error creating "SOAP" connection to host "localhost"; exception information: java.lang.NoClassDefFoundError: com/sun/mail/util/BASE64DecoderStream"
Strange why the script needs Sun�s class to connect over SAOP with the configuration service.
I checked all *.jars in $WAS_HOME/libs there is nothing by Sun.
Any ideas?
I tried to put every possible combination of parameters to invoke the Custom Tag com.ibm.websphere.ant.tasks.StartApplication
No effect. Must be the classpath�
cheers
Joe
 
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base64decoder stream is part of javamail-1.2, try sticking that in the classpath to your task.
 
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Originally posted by Lewin Chan:
base64decoder stream is part of javamail-1.2, try sticking that in the classpath to your task.


it helped. found the class in mail.jar
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