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DEPLOYMENT PROBLEM IN WEBSPHERE4.0

 
j krishnan
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MY SERVLET CLASSES ARE IN A PACKAGE STRUCTURE,AND OTHER HTML FILES/JAR FILES ARE ALSO NEDDED FOR MY APPLICATION .WHEN I TRIED TO CREATE THE .EAR FILES
USING THE AAT TOOLS I AM CONFUSED WHAT WILL I GIVE IN AS SERVLET CLASS NAME (SINCE I HAVE MORE THAN 1 SERVELT CLASSES)IN THE COMPONENT TYPE OF THE WEB COMPONENT DIALOG BOX.
OR PLS SHOW ME A WAY HOW TO DEPLOY MY ENTIRE APPL'N WHICH HAS A PACKAGE STRUCTURE.
I HAVE DEPLOYED MY ENTIRE APPLICATION IN APACHE TOMCAT WHERIN I HAD PLACED PACKAGE STRUCTURE WHICH CONTAINS THE APPLICATION CLASS FILES IN APACHE/HTDOCS/MYAPPLICATIONFOLDER & SERVLET CLASSES IN TOMCAT/ROOT/WEBINF/CLASSES/MYSERLETFOLDER & SERVICE XML FILES IN JAKARTA/BIN/MY XMLFOLDERS ,
SO HOW DO I DEPLOY THE SAME USING WEBSPHERE
 
Tony Chen
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I guess what you wanna do is serve servlets by classnames. You can turn this feature on in AAT => WebModule => IBM Extensions.
 
Kyle Brown
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Originally posted by j krishnan:
MY SERVLET CLASSES ARE IN A PACKAGE STRUCTURE,AND OTHER HTML FILES/JAR FILES ARE ALSO NEDDED FOR MY APPLICATION .WHEN I TRIED TO CREATE THE .EAR FILES
USING THE AAT TOOLS I AM CONFUSED WHAT WILL I GIVE IN AS SERVLET CLASS NAME (SINCE I HAVE MORE THAN 1 SERVELT CLASSES)IN THE COMPONENT TYPE OF THE WEB COMPONENT DIALOG BOX.
OR PLS SHOW ME A WAY HOW TO DEPLOY MY ENTIRE APPL'N WHICH HAS A PACKAGE STRUCTURE.
I HAVE DEPLOYED MY ENTIRE APPLICATION IN APACHE TOMCAT WHERIN I HAD PLACED PACKAGE STRUCTURE WHICH CONTAINS THE APPLICATION CLASS FILES IN APACHE/HTDOCS/MYAPPLICATIONFOLDER & SERVLET CLASSES IN TOMCAT/ROOT/WEBINF/CLASSES/MYSERLETFOLDER & SERVICE XML FILES IN JAKARTA/BIN/MY XMLFOLDERS ,
SO HOW DO I DEPLOY THE SAME USING WEBSPHERE

Stop shouting, please What you do is use AAT the way it was intended and build a spec-compliant WAR file. :roll: The InfoCenter covers this in detail. Also, sit down and read the Servlet 2.2 Specification on WAR files. That should clarify what the AAT is doing.
More information can be found here: http://www.websphere-users.ca/WAS40.pdf
and here:
http://publib-b.boulder.ibm.com/Redbooks.nsf/9445fa5b416f6e32852569ae006bb65f/bb605abea7c2a16185256b34000340b5?OpenDocument&Highlight=0,WebSphere
Kyle
 
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