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Developing in RAD 7.5.2 on Remote WAS 7

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I'm kinda new to this so I'd appreciate any help I can get.
I'm currently developing a web application on RAD 7.5.2 (on Windows XP) that gets data from a database on an SQL server.
The application is currently running fine on a local Tomcat server but I need to run it instead on a remote Websphere Application Server 7. The WAS is installed and configured correctly on Linux Suse and I successfully configured the connection on RAD (tested the connection and it was successful) and the server is started.
The problem is with publishing to the server, I get an error (attached) everytime I start the server and everytime I try to run a JSP on the server. Maybe I missed a step on connecting the RAD to the WAS that I didn't know of. All I did was create a new server on RAD and provide "Server's host name" which is the IP of the remote server, "Server runtime environment" which is default WAS v7 Stub, "RMI and SOAP ports", "User ID & Password" and finally the Application Server Name.
Could someone please help me?
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Hi Essam,

Did you had installed the Rational Agent Controller? As far as I know, you need it to setup a remote WAS server.
The following link is a pretty old, but the idea of remote WAS management remains barely the same.

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