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Ent Java Prog w/ IBM WAS - Question Chapter 15

 
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Hi,
I'm following through the code and screenshots in Chapter 15 - XML/XSL. However, I am using WSAD 5.1 and I noticed that several screenshots look mildly different from the WSAD 5.02 used in the book. At the end of the chapter, when I try to run the index.html, I get an error saying
"Can't deploy the module because it is not contained within a valid enterprise application."
In the beginning of the chapter, it says to start a "Web Project" via File->new->Web Project. However, in WSAD 5.1, there is no such thing. So I chose the closest thing, which was File->New->Other...Web...Dynamic Web Project.
Could this be the reason? In WSAD 5.1, do I have to import this "Dynamic Web Project" into an enterprise application (as the error says it's not in one)?
Thanks for any help.
 
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Ok, I got it working. I made a new enterprise application and another new Dyanmic Web Project and it worked.
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So I guess my next question is: how do I associate a Dynamic Web Project (that is not associated with an enterprise application) to an enterprise application?
 
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Edit your Enterprise application and click on the Module tab. Use the Add... button to add the module and make sure you press control-s.
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Thanks Kyle...it's one more step in WSAD 5.1...Module -> Details -> Add...
 
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