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Yes UTC.WAR is missing........

 
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Hello vikas,
As diagnosed by u UTC.war is missing. What am I to do next. ie where do i put the UTC.war in ProjectEAR or ProjectEJB or ProjectWAR, or somewhere in the server configuration?
Regards,
Kanth NS
 
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Hello "kanth NS",
First of all, I have to ask you to change your display name to comply with our naming policy.
Second, if this question is related to a prior private discussion with "vikas", it would be best to either
A) continue the discussion in private, or
B) give the rest of us some background info
 
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look kainth
first of all u have to edit your server-cfg.xml file under config directory.
Simply place the code by replacing project name ,URL and uri
make your web module entry in webcontainer tag like WebModuleRef_8 in present case
<webContainer xmi:id="WebContainer_1" installedWebModules="WebModuleRef_1 WebModuleRef_2 WebModuleRef_3 WebModuleRef_4 WebModuleRef_5 WebModuleRef_6 WebModuleRef_7 WebModuleRef_8">

<installedApps xmi:id="ApplicationRef_5" desiredExecutionState="START" name="NameofProject" archiveURL="fullpath\NameofProject.ear">
<modules xmi:type="applicationserver:WebModuleRef" xmi:id="WebModuleRef_8" uri="UTC.war"/>
</installedApps>


1. Now create a directory with NameofProject.ear under installed application directory.
2. create another directory with name UTC.war under NameofProject.ear
3. place all your JSPs and static content here........
4. create web-inf/classes directories under UTC.war and place all your classes and servlets here.........
5.Dont forget to make web.xml file placed parallel to your classes directory
for registering and maping of your servlets

Originally posted by kanth ns:
Hello vikas,
As diagnosed by u UTC.war is missing. What am I to do next. ie where do i put the UTC.war in ProjectEAR or ProjectEJB or ProjectWAR, or somewhere in the server configuration?
Regards,
Kanth NS

 
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