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EAR deployment problem

 
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Hi All,

I am facing the problem in deploying the EAR in server. In the local system i.e., through WASD i am able to properly create the ear and I tested by deploying the ear in other workspace in localsystem. it iss deploying properly. But when the EAR is ftp to server and then deploying ther it is giving the error.." you are not authorized to view this page" After wards I tried to put the security code in the Application.XML then also it is giving the same problem.

Please help me in this regard.
 
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Just out of curiosity, are you compiling on Windows then deploying to Linux or UNIX?

Are there different settings on the server form your development box to the server on the other box?

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Raghuram,
Are you testing with security in WSAD? (The default is no.) If global security is enabled on your real server, this explains the message.

If this is the case, you need to go through the logs to see what component is throwing the error and then carefully check the security settings on that component.
 
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