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Websphere 4.0.4 and iPlanet 6.0

 
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Oracle 8.1.7 is on it's own server, Websphere 4.0.4 on another, and iPlanet 6.0 on it's own server.
I installed the Websphere plugin on the iPlanet server using the install gui.
The gui installer wasn't aware that with iPlanet 6.x the config file changed so I modified obj.conf and magnus.conf to put the "Init fn=" lines in the correct location. I then copied the plugin from the Websphere server to the iPlanet server.
When I cycle the webserver I see the plugin was sourced in the Websphere logs on the iPlanet server.
The problem is when I try to hit the snoop app, it looks like the transaction never leaves the Webserver (verified with snoop). What I see in the logs is a ClassDefNotFound error related to the servlet on the Webserver.
Any suggestions?
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