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Issue with the profile creation in WAS  RSS feed

 
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Hi Folks,

can some one please help me how to resolve this issue, i have one application Myweb which i deployed in RAD 9, which has WAS 8.5 which created a default profile which is working fine,
now we have some changes in the Myweb app which  needs to be deployed in the eclipse oxeyzen using IBM WAS 8.5 server,

so i created a new profile using the command



which does creates a new profile and i configured the classpath with my new application in new path, but when i try to run the application it is still pointing to the old application path ,i believe it is referring to the old profile some can some one please help me how to resolve this issue, thanks in advance.
 
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Hello,

Unfortunately it's not clear from your post what exactly the problem is, too few details..

My guess is that you maybe run application on wrong server.

You should have in your deployment manager 2 servers, so map your application to the second server.

If you don't use Deployment manager and do not federate node, then just stop server1 (old) and start server2 (new) and use server's 2 admin console to deploy application.

HTH,
MZ
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Or if you not satisfied with context root (the URL in web browser) and expect something different there: you can edit it here:

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