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Error : class java.lang.ClassNotFoundException:

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I have been working on migrating the web application from WAS 6.1 to 7. While migrating the application I am also migrating the application from RAD 7 to MyEclipse 10
The web application uses Flex for UI and NOT JSF.

I could successfully migrate the applicayion from RAD to MyEclipse. However, after the deploying the application on WAS 7, I get the following error while starting the application. Since the application was in running status in admin console, I tried to access the first page of the application, but it appears to be a 404 error. It seems the application is not deployed.
Could someone please advise how I can fix it? I did google for this issue but no luck so far. Please help.

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If this isn't about JSF, there's no point asking in the JSF forum. Not many people here are going to know what you're talking about.

I'm moving this to the WebSphere forum. You'll have a better chance at finding someone who knows there.
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I resolved this by putting the jsf-ibm.jar in lib folder.
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