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problems with themes on apache web + tomcat

 
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can you verify
www.balipanama.com/empresasbalipanama/faces/login.jsp
it does not show the subjects themes.
apache web server + tomcat + web application developed with java studio creator 2
 
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Hi
Does it works OK on sun application server bundled with JSC ?
if so , do you used Export facility of Creaor to export a war file of your project ?
Please check to see whether theme-xxx.jar is in your web-inf\lib folder
or not.
if not include the theme-xxx.jar to your project package by :
Right click on project
select properties , package? node.

im sure you will find more help in
http://swforum.sun.com/jive/forum.jspa?forumID=123
 
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yes if I have file theme-xxx.jar in WEB-INF/lib
 
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Hi
I think there is nothing to do with apache that is running in front of tomcat.
you should look in other places for a solution to this problem.

I think you should ask this question in JSC forum .
So far i have deploed JSC applications on tomcat without any problem.
 
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