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How to install UploadBean v1.6?

 
Swaminathan Balasubramani
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hi,

I've downloaded UploadBean version 1.6, Is is a war file.

Im using J2EE1.3.1 application server and JDK1.4.

when iUploadBean is also available as a WAR archive. It's a SERVLETS 2.2 standard archive for Web Applications.
What does it mean ?... It means that WAR installation is as easy as a copy/paste, regardless to the servlet engine vendor.

To install UploadBean WAR archive, copy uploadbean.war under the webapps folder of your servlet engine before running it. That's all :-)
Note that webapps folder depends on your servlet engine. It could be webapps/, applications/ ... The WAR file will be automatically uncompressed under uploadbean/ folder.

But in J2EE1.3.1 there is no folder named webapps, but i was able to indentify a folder named applications in C:\JDK\repository\bbsu-2(my systemname)\applications.

In an aim of trying this Uploadbean i've made a copy there and tried. It is not working, i beleive i made something wrong.

Can any tell me how to install UploadBean and use it.
 
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Is your application server running?
Is it configured to automatically deploy war files?
 
Swaminathan Balasubramani
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hi

J2EE1.3.1 is my application Server and it is running.

I'm afarid, i donno whether it is configured fo deploying WAR files.

I'm a beginner and i don have much exposure to Java,Servers etc etc.

Im using J2EE1.3.1 this is my application Server

and i'm using J2SDK1.4.2_04.

I want to upload files using uploadbean.

Pls help me in finding a solution.

Cheers!
 
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I haven't used that server so I can't help you with it.
I do know that, with Tomcat, all you need to do is drop the war file in the webapps directory and it deploys it.
 
Swaminathan Balasubramani
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Coool!

Do we have any deployment tool in Tomcat.

For example i have a servlet and i want to deploy it in the server(tomcat).what should i do to deploy it.

Pls also send some link that gives an insight about tomcat.

Cheers!
 
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