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Hi,
I know that we can deploy web applications in an instance of WAS applicaiton server, using AdminConsole, XMLConfig.sh or even WSCP. What I want to accomplish now, is to deploy a web application using the J2EE standard web.xml file. Is this possible? Has any one tried this? Thanks for all the help.
-Bala Krishna
 
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What version of WebSphere are you working with? I'm assuming 3.5, right? If so, look in the admin console's "Wizards" menu for the WAR file wizard, which will take a standard Servlet 2.2 WAR file (containgin a web.xml) and deploy it.
Kyle
 
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Kyle,
Thanks for the answer. Yes, we are using WAS 3.5.3. But, my problem is that I am not deploying the web application as a .war file. I want to deploy it as a directory structure. Is there anyway I can accomplish this?
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No. Either you meet the spec (which says you have a WAR file containing a web.xml file) or you don't.
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