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Hi All,
I am migrating an application form Weblogic 6.1 to Websphere 5.0
one of my existing servlet extends a call called weblogic.servlet.jsp.JspBase which is specific to Weblogic
can any one tell me the corresponding package/class in webspher5.0
thanks in advance
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Hi Anand,
One of my duties as JSP bartender is to help forum members get the most out of the JSP forum. In that light, I am suggesting that you will get more and better responses when you give your topics meaningful subjects.
"Urgent!!!" not only isn't meaningful, it can be considered rude by some (after all, your topic is no more and no less important than anyone else's) and could be ignored.
Might I suggest a subject such as "Weblogic to Websphere migration problem" for this topic?
Also, since this is a Websphere-specific question, I'm moving this topic to the IBM/Websphere forum where the Websphere-savvy hang out.
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I've also noticed you've posted the same question twice (I know Bear moved it here).
I'm going to ask for this thread to be closded. Anyone who wants to help should go here:
Please don't post the same question in multiple forums, it creates duplicate conversations and wastes the time of people trying to help you. Also, as Bear has shown, if you you post in the wrong forum we'll move the thread for you.
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