The websphere plug-in which is a module that runs as part of the Web server process is used to communicate between Websphere and HTTP Server.
I think the problem you have is due to a plug-in configuration problem.
The plug-in uses a property file (plugin-cfg.xml
) which is located in WAS_HOME/config
1. Look at your httpd.conf file. You must have a line with WebSpherePluginConfig WAS_HOME/config/plugin-cfg.xml
2. If there is this line in your httpd.conf file, try to stop your HTTP Server. Then right-click the node in the admin console of WAS and choose Regen Webserver plug-in (which regenerate the plugin-cfg.xml file) and restart the HTTP Server.
If it doesn't work you will find more information at this URL : http://www-3.ibm.com/software/webservers/appserv/doc/v40/ae/infocenter/was/080501.html
[ December 04, 2002: Message edited by: Eric SIMON ]