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Im using weblogic6.1 and i want to know how to deploy an application in the server.
im using this command
java weblogic.deploy -host hostName -port 7001 deploy weblogicPassword applicationNae app.ear
this gives
JNDI naming exception: Naming exception trying to connect to t3://hostName:7001 as: system:weblogicPassword

It works when im running from the same machine as my server.
Please help me
Regards
Cherry
 
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try to map ur remote sytem to server ,and set the classpath in ur system for wl_home\lib\weblogic.jar,
try with this and let me know if u have any prob..
thx..
myid(seshu)
 
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thanks ,
i have put weblogic.jar in classpath. but still same problem.
 
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thanks ,
now i get solution.first i set classpath to weblogic.jar and execute command.it work now.
 
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