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Hi all,

If any of you have used xplanner you might be knowing that it works well on Tomcat(version 4.1 and above). I downloaded war file of xplanner and successfully deployed it on Tomcat 4.1.
Then I tried to deploy same war file on Websphere Application Server 5.1, but it was throwing some deploy time exceptions, I figured out the problem, web.xml has a entry of "servlet-mapping" element without having any corresponding "servlet" element i.e,:- it has the following servlet-element:-

"servlet-mapping"
"servlet-name" jsp "servlet-name"
"url-pattern" *.jspf "/url-pattern"
"servlet-mapping"

without any corresponding "servlet element"

I removed this element from web.xml and renamed all *.jspf files(there were only two) to *.jsp. After that xplanner was deployed on WAS 5.1 but some of its pages started to show JSP Processing Error. [banghead]

But in case of Tomcat i made no changes in war file and then also it was working without any error

Can anyone help me with the above problem?

Regards all
Dhruva
 
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Dhruva,
Please don't post the same question in multiple forums. It makes it harder to follow the conversation.

And welcome to JavaRanch!

Thanks,
Jeanne
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