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how to publish a jsp in WAS 4.0 AE

 
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Hi,
All I need to do is to publish a JSP. I have tried using AAT. It asks for a web module, a .war file. I have created a war file using the jar utility which contains only the JSP i want to publish. When I try to open the war file from the AAT,it gives an error message that the war file is not in proper format.
Can somebody explain me step by step how to publish and deploy a JSP/ Servlet in WAS, how to use AAT.
Thanks a bunch.
Mustang.
 
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Hi..
just open AAT and create webmodule wizard from there add ur jsp to ur webmodule.automatically it'll ask u all req files..so try on this way dont do the war using jar command.coz if u do like that u'll miss some decriptor file (.xmls).so it'll not be valid archive for AAT.so try to do all the process through AAT as i told u in the begining...still any prob let me know
thx..
setradmin
 
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Thanks a bunch buddy..i got it now...
 
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