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Failure to start WebSphere 6.1 server.

 
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Hi,

I have the following exception starting the WebSphere 6.1 Application Server. However there is no problem while starting 5.1 Test server.



Also I would like to know if there is no test server with 6.X WebSphere. Because we used to test the application on 5.1 test server and it worked fine, but while trying to upgrade to 6.1 there is no test server. I would like to know if there is any change in the JNDI naming convention or is there something that I am missing.

I appreciate your help.

Thanks,
Samanth.
 
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Hi Samanth ,

The error looks like a problem in the deployment code, this code is generated by WSAD / ASTK / RAD for deployment in Websphere.

The test enviroment for Websphere 6.1 is available in RAD 7.0, you can try to import the EAR in the tool and deploy the EAR in this test enviroment.

For a deployment in the staging / production, you can try the ASTK, it can be downloaded in the IBM site, and is also available with the Websphere installation package, it works like WSAD / RAD, ie, it genererates the deployment code for a Websphere deployment.

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Hi Marcelo,

Thanks for your response.But, I did not find a test environment in RAD7, should be installed manually if it is not installed by default ?

In the list of servers that I found in RAD7 there is " WebSphere v5.1 Test Environment ", but I did not find any matching entry for WAS 6.1 like "WebSphere v6.1 Test Environment". I believe Websphere 6.1 itself works like a test environment and there is not separate test environment . Please correct me if I am wrong.

Thanks,
Samanth.
[ July 09, 2008: Message edited by: Samanth Marisetty ]
 
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Hi Samanth,

Yes, you can install the WAS 6.1 test enviroment inside RAD 7, try to update your current RAD installation using the IBM Installation Manager.

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