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Bob Connelly
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I was previously using TOMCAT on my Win2000 PC. Now I have moved to J2EE Server. I removed all references to the PATH, CATALINE_HOME, etc settings for TOMCAT. I created & deployed a new application using Servlets just like mentioned on javadocs but I am getting a message "Http 503...Application not available". The title bar of the browser says "Tomcat Error Report .....".
1. What this error HTTP 503
2. Why is the IE browser still referring to Tomcat.
I've J2EE and Cloudscape running on my PC.
Thanks.
Bob
 
Karthi Bala
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If you are using J2EE server, then its necessary to create a web application with the standards J2EE Specfication.
If you are using j2sdkee 1.3.1 then there is deployment tool to create and deploy your deploy your web application.
Please note that the deployment will change from app server to another
Hopes its clarify you
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Bob Connelly
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Yes, I am using the proper deployment tool. I am simply using the "bookstore1" example from the J2EE tutorial. I am not doing anything fancy. I think I have taken care of all the settings. The J2EE server is running fine and even says the application is deployed.
Bob.
 
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