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I'm running an application on the WebSphere 8.5 server, which is on my local machine. I'm using the IBM Rational Application Developer IDE. I  have the application deployed to my local WebSphere and it is using port 9081. While running my application, I typed in http://localhost:9081 in IE and I got the message saying that it could not find the page. I also tried http://localhost:9081/ but that did not work either. I looked at my hosts file and it has
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You might want to check the WAS admin console if your application is deployed succesfully, typically hosted on this URL: https://localhost:9043/ibm/console
 
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Frits Walraven wrote:You might want to check the WAS admin console if your application is deployed succesfully, typically hosted on this URL: https://localhost:9043/ibm/console



My application is not starting up correctly.

I'm seeing this in my log files:
R log4j:ERROR >>>>> JEEK2QChannel: Cannot create Open JEE JMS Connection to K2: JEEK2QChannel: Getting connection or Destination from JNDI (jms/SIB_CCCS_KEH_FACTORY:jms/SIB_CCCS_TO_KEH_QUEUE) failed and Cleaned.

Do you know how I can resolve this?
 
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That log message looks like it's coming from the application.

It would appear that the JNDI definition(s) of your JMS queues are not defined. That would indicate that either JMS didn't get properly started up or that your webapp has application-specific options that need to be defined for the WAS internal JNDI server. That's something that would usually be done via the WAS console app as part of the deployment process.
 
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