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how to start IBM web server????

 
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hi all,
i deployed bean in the websphere4.0. its deployed fine. with thin client i am able to communicate with the bean. but through web i am not able to communicate the bean. because port 9080 is not listining...for that i have to start web server. how can i start the webserver. by defaultly is it(webserver) starts with application server. if in my case it is not starting.
so how can i start the webserver manually.
thanks.
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seenu
 
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try starting the ibm http server from the start menu, if you are using it!
or you can give the following command on the command line:
net start "IBM HTTP Server"
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Tualha Khan,
thanks. i installed only websphere4.0 server. not ibm web server. do i install web server separately or automatically it will install with application server. if not how to configure web server with application server...

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What version (alongwith the edition) are you using?
Also, did the server installation program give you an option to choose the webserver to be used along with WAS?
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Seenu,
Note: the embedded HTTP server is automatic with the startup of WAS 4.0 (i.e. you do not start it and stop it manually. As far as I know, you can't even do this with the embedded server).
The internal (embedded) HTTP server is automatically part of the WebSphere Application Server (i.e. not a seperate install). The IBM HTTP Server is the external one, which uses the plugin-cfg.xml. You don't need to mess with the external HTTP server with AEs for development ... and learning.
Can you run the admin console. /localhost:9090/admin
If so, I bet your problem is a jsp or servlet mapping problem for your application.
[ May 14, 2002: Message edited by: Mike Jones ]
 
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Mike Jones,
thanks for ur replay,
while instalation WAS4.0 i selected the IBM HTTP server. the installation was successfully...
i am able to get the admin console using http://localhost:9090/admin. but the web server port not in use...that is when i give url http://localhost:9080/...i am getting page not found error...for this,webserver has to run with application server...
to run webserver what should i do....
thanks in advance...
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