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JForum in Websphere 6 express installation problem.

 
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Hi there,
Has any one installed JForum successfully in WAS 6 Express?
I created JForum.war by inside of the extracted JForum-2.1.6.
When I tried to deploy it into websphere, it saids the war file is corrupt and WEB-INF/web.xml is invalid.

I tried to deploy the same war file into tomcat 5.5.9 and it works,and I installed the forum by following the wizard ...

But I need to run jforum in websphere,can any one help me?
Thanks!
Holy

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Aftet checking the web.xml in WEB-INF, I found the reason.
in the doc type section

which should be

,
the war file deployed successfully,but I get another problem during the installation phase.

in the Step 2 - Verify Configuration page, I clicked "begin install"
and it gives the error:

[originally posted on jforum.net by holywen]
 
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Finally I installed JForum by manual installation, and it works fine!
The intallation wizard have some problems on WAS 6.
Hope JForum developers can fix it later.
[originally posted on jforum.net by holywen]
 
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