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Hi. I installed a application on Websphere Application Server 5.0 and I'm really confused of what is happening. I took my application, zipped it and then changed the extension to .war (I had done this previously and had worked well) then I installed using the Administrative Console and everything appeared to go just fine. However, once the application was up and running I went and checked the directory strucutre on the server and realized that many files had not been copied, including the lib folder inside WEB-INF, the web.xml and some jsp's that I had on the upper level. Of course because of this the application is not running. I get no error messages or anything just a "The application was installed correctly". Does anybody know what might be going on here? I woudl appreciate any help on the topic. Thanks!

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Problem solved. Sorry but I had not noticed the running time exception in the panel below. It seems like Websphere 5, won't take files which names start with ".". Hopes this helps somebody!.
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