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Create Server on WASD 6.0

 
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Hi,
I have managed to create a WEB project on WASD.

But I am not able to create a server.

When I am creating a server and trying to run it, it says the runtime environment is not configured correctly.

Any ideas on how to create a proper Server and configure it?

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Soumya,
I assume you mean RAD 6? The server comes preinstalled so you don't need to create one. Just right click the server and start it.

What screen do you get the error message on?
 
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Hi Jeanne,

U are right, It is RAD 6.0.
I tried to select the server to run my application.
There are 2 options Server and Server Project.

I am adding my WEB project to the Server and when I am starting it, it says that the runtime environment is not configured and gives the path of my installation directory.. and says the server is already started..I

n the Console I am not able to see any progress.

Any Idea on how to properly start the server?

Thanks
 
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There's only one server. Go to the J2EE perspective, right click the server and start it. You can add your application to the server by right clicking the server and adding the application or right clicking the project and selecting "run on server." I'm not sure if either of these works for war files or if you need an ear though.
 
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