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Websphere6 Problem: Multiple Server Profiles on a single machine.

 
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I have created a new profile using profile creation wizard with all the default ports (non-conflicting ports with default profile server).

Default profile is configured to authenticate against LDAP. An app is deployed on default profile and is working without any problem.

I have configured the new server profile to authenticate against same LDAP just like the default profile and it recognizes my id and password to log on to admin console. But when I deployed the same app on the new server profile, I am not able to get to any pages in the application after login is passed. All I am seeing is Error 500 instead of a valid jsp page. If I pass in wrong password then I am getting a proper error page stating invalid credentials. In short getting a 500 Error when I submit the form based authentication with a valid ID and password. This is happening only in newly created server profile. I tried to run the servers one at a time and both together. Problem is only with new profile server.

Not sure if its a bug in WAS6 for a new profile or if I am missing anything in configuration for the new server profile. Please help.

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Figured the problem. Application has some hard coded ports in it which refer to the default server.

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