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Help on WebSphere Application Server 4.0

 
Ali Ather
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hi..
I am looking for WebSphere Application Server 4.0's help. Actually i don't need to install the whole application (like .ear, .war, or .jar files) in it. I just simply want jsp files to be published through this server and want to run them. I also have the IBM's HTTP Server with it, and along with it is IIS server too. I am running one web server at a time. i.e. IIS or IBM. But, i couldn't found any option from where i could just publish jsp files like i can do from IIS for asp files.
I am desperately seeking solutions for it, i even don't know whether the way i am doing it is right or wrong, so i need somebody to guide me. I will appreciate if anybody has anything for me, thank you.
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Ali Ather
 
Neha Sharma
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I am also running JSP's in WAS 4.0 and as far as I know there's no other way to publish your JSP then to install your war and ear files. If you need help on how to do this I'll write you.
 
Ali Ather
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Hi Neha...
I would really appreciate if you can write me the procedure for it, make it in detail if you can, because i am needing it desperately, thanks for the favour. My email is aather77@hotmail.com
Regards,
Ali Ather

Originally posted by Neha Sharma:
I am also running JSP's in WAS 4.0 and as far as I know there's no other way to publish your JSP then to install your war and ear files. If you need help on how to do this I'll write you.

 
Peter Kristensson
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You might wan't to look into a Jsp-server instead.
It seems to me that WAS is just an overkill, if you're just going to server JSP:s.
Look into Tomcat or some other lighter (cheaper) prodct instead.
/Peter
 
Neha Sharma
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I tried writing it all but it is becoming very lengthy, so I left it after writing 10-15 lines. I'm extremely sorry, but today I'm stuck with some very important work. Go to help and it gives you steps to do it, it's very easy and moreover it is with figures so you'll understand it well.
Neha
 
Ali Ather
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Hi Neha..
No problems, i can understand that people can be busy, but anyway, just tell me which tell me which help u r talking about and where can i find it, i will see and try doing it myself, thanks alot for the favour.
Originally posted by Neha Sharma:
I tried writing it all but it is becoming very lengthy, so I left it after writing 10-15 lines. I'm extremely sorry, but today I'm stuck with some very important work. Go to help and it gives you steps to do it, it's very easy and moreover it is with figures so you'll understand it well.
Neha

 
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