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Hi there,
i am trying to migrate our web application from weblogic5.1 to weblogic 8.1.
We have both apache and weblogic5.1 running on Windows2000 server, with apache as webserver, and weblogic as application server. And, I have a JSP/Servlet project deployed on weblogic.
I converted the file to respective web.xml and weblogic.xml files.
But when m trying to run my application with both the servers On, it gives the following error-"Error 404--Not Found"
Can someone help me on this. Its URGENT!!!
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You should update the config.xml file in WL 8.1 installation with the details from file. However I will suggest not tweaking the config.xml file manually, deploy your war file in WL 8.1 using hot deployment.
I believe WL 8.1 admin console provides user friendly ways to check whether the web application is properly deployed or not.
Let me know if you need more details.
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