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installing EAR on WebSphere 5.1 Test Server through AdminConsole

 
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I've got a J2EE 1.2 EAR which has an EJB module, two Web modules and a bunch of utility JARs.

Right now, I am trying to deploy it through the web based admin console of the 5.1 test server (bundled in WSAD).

Here is the exception I got:

com.ibm.etools.archive.exception.OpenFailureException: IWAE0037E Could not open C:\DOCUME~1\yuxia\LOCALS~1\Temp\app_10341a6bded\dpl\dpl_MyProductEAR.ear

My EAR is MyProductEAR.ear.

Any ideas why?

Thanks in advance.
 
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Here is the exception I got:

com.ibm.etools.archive.exception.OpenFailureException: IWAE0037E Could not open C:\DOCUME~1\yuxia\LOCALS~1\Temp\app_10341a6bded\dpl\dpl_MyProductEAR.ear




you said your ear file was "MyProductEAR.ear" whereas the above error is searching for a different ear file "dpl_MyProductEAR.ear".

check it out.
 
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The dpl_....ear should be a temporary file created by WebSphere when deploying. For some odd reason, it cannot be created in my environment.

Any WebSphere 5 guru's here???
 
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