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websphere on apache

 
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Can I install Websphere Appln server on an Apache web server installation?
 
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I think so as the IBM HTTP server is basically the Apache Server. I remember that on installing the websphere server it asked me the path to the HTTP server and the httpd.conf file.
 
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I am using IBM WebSphere with IBM HTTP Server. But I am not able to access the sample servlets or the JSPs or EJBs. I havent changed any of the configuration settings after installation.
In the URL, if I type "http://localhost/", then I am able to see the HTTP Server home page. If I type "http://localhost/IBMWebAS/"; after placing an index.html file in //WebSPhere/AppServet/web direstory, then I am able to see the index file. But if I type http://localhost/SnoopServlet or http://localhost/snoop or http://localhost/webapp/examples/HelloWorldServlet, I could not see any results other that '404 error' page.
Any help ?
 
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UMA,
Just try http://localhost/HelloWorldServlet
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Originally posted by Sarada Bhasker:
Can I install Websphere Appln server on an Apache web server installation?


Sure you can! WAS 3.5.x supports the following HTTP servers:
IBM HTTP Server 1.3.12.x
Apache Server 1.3.12
Netscape Enterprise Server 3.5.1 / 3.6.3
iPlanet Web Server, Enterprise Edition 4.0 / 4.1
Lotus Domino Enterprise Server 5.0.x
WebSphere Software prerequisites

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Tony Chen
SCJP, ICS & ICSD (WebSphere)
[This message has been edited by Tony Chen (edited June 04, 2001).]
 
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Originally posted by uma K:
But if I type http://localhost/SnoopServlet or http://localhost/snoop or http://localhost/webapp/examples/HelloWorldServlet, I could not see any results other that '404 error' page.
Any help ?


You are accessing the incorrect URL. Try http://localhost/servlet/snoop and http://localhost/servlet/hello
But before that, you should make sure the Default Server is up and running.
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