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Failed in uploading archive

 
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Gurus,

I am try to deploy a war file in the OAS. During the deployment step 1 where it asks for the archive file, I am getting the following error

Failed in uploading archive. Invalid archive file. Expected name instead of .

I could successfully deploy this in the Tomcat. Any guess what's going on???

Regards,
Srini
 
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Can you provide more details, like the name of the war file and the command you are using to deploy to oas?
 
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I suggest you use Oracle JDeveloper as the IDE for your projects.
Oracle has worked it out well with a lot of research to tightly couple the IDE with OAS. Since every server has its own method of deployment (names of the .war file with regards to the web app name and etc). Hence use Oracle JDeveloper, configure the OAS in the Applications Tab and after that , deploying your entire web app is as simple as right clicking the .war file and selecting 'deploy to Oracle Application Server 10g' and you are done.

All the best.
 
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