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Hi all,

Require your valuable suggestions onto solve the following problem.

I have ported my application from WAS 5 [WSAD 5.1] to WAS 6.1 [RAD 7] and i have successfully deployed the application in a Remote Server.. When i try to run the URL of the application.. or access any of the pages in the application. I find the following stack trace in the activity log file.

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Thankyou in advance.

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Roshini S
 
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Hi,

The problem was with the application script with Classloader loading the WAR file class from the EAR .. I resolved it by changing in script file.

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Roshini S
 
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Just change the context root from the WAS Console.
 
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