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Web Sphere App Server 7.0 - 404 Not Found

 
Vijay Kambhampati Sai
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Hi,
I configured my RAD with websphere 7.0. The server start up and my MDB (EJB 2.0) application gets published successfully (one War + One EAR) . But when i try to run the URL http://localhost:9082/ i get a 404 error. I thought if the server starts up at least the server console should be shown with that URL. Forget the war, the root itself throuws a 404. Can someone please help me.



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Vijay
 
Deepak Pant
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The websphere console is available at this URL:
https://<server>:<Administrative console secure port>/ibm/console/logon.jsp

Your successfully deployed web app will be available at this URL:
http://localhost:9082/<web context URI>

If you have not specified any context URI then its the name of the WAR file without extension (.war).
 
Vijay Kambhampati Sai
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Thanks Deepak, but i just wanted to see if the server is started properly or not... so i gave the plain URL http://localhost:9082/ ...... doesn't that show some default page indicating the server started.... like tomcat would do.... that URL gives me a 404.... i am not trying to run my application....i just want to check the server start up......

i tried running my app with http://localhost:9082/xyz ....... but that threw me a 404.... so i tried checking the server with http://localhost:9082/ and that threw me a 404 as well....
 
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The Tomcat concept doesn't apply here in WAS. You can deploy couple of sample apps like SnoopServlet etc which you can access via browser URL.
 
ketan salvi
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Im also facing the same error while running the localhost on websphere server."HTTP 404 NOT FOUND".
My rad is 7.0.0.1 and websphere is 6.1.23.server is also started
please tell what should be done
 
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