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failure in WAR deployment on weblogic 5.1

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Hi ,
I created a WAR file and am trying to deploy it on weblogic 5.1(running on Windows 2000 box).As per procedural steps ,I created a WAR file consisting of an html page ,a servlet class file and a web.xml file as per J2EE rules.I copied the WAR file in the /weblogic/myserver directory.Also I made an entry in weblogic.properties file "weblogic.httpd.webApp.testApp=F:/weblogic/myserver/TestApp.war"
Inspite of all these ,while I restart the weblogic server ,It throws an error telling "Cannot find F:/weblogic/myserver/TestApp.war file" and another error that :web.xml is referring to an Servlet 1.2 Specifications.Please make it refer to Servlet 2.2".I checked the file is present in the required direcoty itself.Can somebody help me out on this issue.
Thanx in Advance,
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Unfortunately Jibby, this is a forum on Oracle, so we can't really help you with Weblogic.
On another note, I notcied that this is a duplicate post from the web services forum. Actually both forums aren't the best forums to post this question.
I am going to move this thread to the Weblogic forum, you will get much better responses there.
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