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While Deploying Ear File i am getting error

 
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Please help me..

While Deploying .Ear file in weblogic8.1 iam getting following error.

<BEA-101248>
Deployment descriptor "weblogic.xml" is malformed. Check against the DTD: Content is not allowed in prolog. (line 1, column 1).>

<BEA-149004>
<Failures were detected while initiating Deploy task for application cgui_fe.>

Module: cguiError: [HTTP:101179][HTTP] Error occurred while parsing descriptor in Web application "/opt/bea/dev/bdd7_cgui_fe/./admin/.wlnotdelete/cgui_fe/cgui.war" [Path="/opt/bea/dev/bdd7_cgui_fe/admin/upload/cgui_fe.ear", URI="cgui.war"
org.xml.sax.SAXParseException: Content is not allowed in prolog.


Please help me .
[ December 19, 2007: Message edited by: Suresh Dunna ]
 
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This issue could be bcoz your weblogic.xml is not in proper format. (or the schema mentioned is wrong)
 
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Suresh,


<BEA-101248> is only a WLS warning and as Rang pointed the reason could be is your web.xml does not conform to the standards of the DTD you are using. For eg, in the recent dtds, the tags need to be in a specific order in the web.xml
 
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Could you please send the line 1 of your weblogic.xml file.

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Prem Kashyap
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