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I have installed the server 8.2 and WSDP2.0 some time back,

but i havent yet opened any dialog box of the sever/wsdp pack.

does wsdp have a screen, which shows up whn started, .

also on my c:, there is a folder created C:\sun, i hitnk the server is in here. how do i start the admin console etc..???
 
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Originally posted by Niranjan Deshpande:
does wsdp have a screen, which shows up whn started



No, the JWSDP is simply an expansion package to the application server.

The startup command is



asadmin is simply a script in the "bin" directory of your server installation. So if you haven't set you path to point to the "bin" directory, you'll have to change your current working directory to it. Once the server has started point your browser to http://localhost:4848 to open the Admin Console. Now you should be able to log in as the "admin" user (the default password is "adminadmin" or whatever you specified when you installed it).

When you are done go back to the command line prompt and issue:


to shutdown the server.

HOWTO: Install Sun Java System Application Server PE 8.2
J2EE� 1.4 Application Server: Chapter1 Getting Started
 
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Any paths/classpaths to set for the server/wsdp?

what i did was, just executed the exes for both of them.
 
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When we write java code, we think of a JVM/JDK.

Is WSDP analogous, i.e. for writing WS code we need the WSDP. correct?
 
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Originally posted by Niranjan Deshpande:
Is WSDP analogous, i.e. for writing WS code we need the WSDP. correct?



No. Web Service functionality (JAX-WS) is included in Sun's Java EE 5 and Java SE 6 platforms. You can implement JAX-WS web services with Java SE 5 if you install JAX-WS 2.x - it includes the com.sun.net.httpserver.HttpServer to host the web service without an additional servlet container.

I suspect that Sun kept the JWSDP separate from the J2EE 1.4 server because web service technology was developing much quicker than the rest of the platform; that way they could update it faster. It went from 1.0 to 1.6 and then 2.0 (which included the first JAX-WS).
 
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I was able to start the server, and move around the localhost:4848 link,
mine is 9.1_10 server. is that fine?
 
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Originally posted by Niranjan Deshpande:
I was able to start the server, and move around the localhost:4848 link,
mine is 9.1_10 server. is that fine?



Sun Java System Application Server Platform Edition 9.0 Update 1 is a Java EE 5 application server. I don't know if the JWSDP will work correctly with that.
 
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then should i use 8.2? can I have the link to install it?
 
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i am confused a bit. when i start the server i see 9.1_01 as the title of the admin console browser.

This means i have 9.1 on my machine. but as said by peer when i should have 8.2. so when i try to uninstall the server, the uninstall utility asks me 'should i uninstall the 8.2 server'. Isnt it strange?

The folder that is there on my machine is C:\Sun\AppServer\bin

How do i check the version of the server that is installed?
 
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SJSAS 8.2
 
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I downloaded the 8.2 server.
But when I start the server, it still shows 9.1_01 in the title bar.
 
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