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How to Access a jsp inside an EAR

 
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Hi,

How to deploy an EAR in Websphere RAD 6.0 and how to access one of the jsp's inside in the EAR?

Any help?
 
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Hariprasad,
To deploy the EAR, right click the server in the server view and select add/remove projects. You can see the server view in the EJB perspective or by adding it to your current perspective.

To access a JSP, right click the JSP and choose deploy or "run on server".
 
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Here's a quick tutorial that not only demonstrates the deployment of an EAR to WebSphere, but it also demonstrates how to configure various resources such as connection pools, message queues and JNDI bindings. It'll give you a good idea about how to deploy J2EE apps with WebSphere.

-Cameron McKenzie
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