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Weblogic7.0 Support for Windows 98

 
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Hi ,
I have installed Weblogic 7.0 on Windows 98 machine.
And i have deployed a stateless session bean on the server.
I am able to access the bean using simple java client program.

Now i am trying to access the same bean using a JSP and Servlet. But i am getting Error-500 Internal Server Error when i am trying to hit the servlet using JSP.

With the same JSP and Servlet on Windows 2000 machine i am able to hit the Servlet and able to access the Bean.

I found the following lines in weblogic docs:

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Windows 95 and 98

We no longer support Windows 95 as a platform for WebLogic Server, and we have limited our Windows 98 support to "client only". See WebLogic Platform Support documentation for details of our Windows 98 support at http://www.weblogic.com/docs45/platforms/index.html.
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I couldnt get what "client only" means in the above text? Does it mean only java clients are supported?

Anyway ,
Can some one help me in resolving the problem?

Thanks in advance,
Srikanth
 
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