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Hi Kyle/Simon/Rahul and all WebSphere Gurus,Your suggestions needed urgently

 
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Hi Kyle/Simon/Rahul,
I am running with WebSphere 4.0.1 and iPlanet 4.0.1 SP9.
We have the system up and running perfectly,but when i created another WebServer instance in port 9002(as a non root user) and when i tried to communicate a application using this WebServer,zoom nothing is coming and all my request to the applications are written in error logs of the WebServer.
I have done these things,
1) I have added an entry for 9002 in virtual hosts(*:9002)
2) I have added these two lines from the in the obj.conf of the WebServer
Init fn="load-modules" funcs="as_init,as_handler,as_term" shlib="/app/WebSphere/AppServer/bin/libns41_http.so"
Init fn="as_init" bootstrap.properties="/app/netscape/server4/https-lacb/config/plugin-cfg.xml"
When i restart the WebServer,the WebSphere plugins are getting loaded and the message is wriiten in the native.log file.
But none of the requests are going to the WebSphere,Please tell me Where i am going wrong.
Do i need to install WebSphere client software for the new WebServer?
Please suggest me ..
Senthil
 
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Hello All
 
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We heard from IBM that we have to install WebSphere plugins alone for this webserver but,both the new WebServer is in the same box as the old webserver (which has been configured for appserver),Why do i need to that?
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Check the plugin-cfg.xml file in %wesphereinstall%AppServer\config and ensure that the
URI group settings are correct. There is an in depth explanation of plugin settings on page 481 of the WebSphere 4 Handbook. Ensure that the plugin has been regenerated to pick up the latest changes and that it is copied to the remote machine if the webserver is on a remote machine. In your case it sounds like you have two instances of Iplanet and one instance of WebSphere on the same machine. How did you install the plugin in the second Iplanet instance?
 
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Hi,
Thanks a lot for ur reply,This is what i did,
1) I created a new iPlanet WebServer instance at port 9002
2) I installed a new App Server instance and added a virtual host for 9002(*:9002).
3) I regenrated the plugin and made the changes to the obj.conf file as i have mentioned in my 1st post .
3)I restarted WebServer,AppServer. the plugins gets loaded (so says the native logs).
My questions are
1)Do I need to install the WebServer plugins for
for the new instance of the WebServer?Does this mean if i have 10 webservers in a box,i should install 10 instances of the WebSphere client software?
Thanks in advance for ur reply.
 
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