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Hi,
I have WAS5.0 installed in my computer and wanted to run the sample petstore application.
Can someone please tell me how this can be done.
I have the server running...
I am trying to look for documentation on how to run my application that i created in WSAD 5...
Help...
Thanks.
 
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To run the sample petstore application, or any of the other parts of the samples gallary, assuming you included the samples when you installed the server and have the server running: select the samples gallary from either the start menu, the First Steps program, or the URL
http://localhost:9080/WSsamples
Expand Technolgy Samples to find the Pet Store.
There are several ways to run an application you in WASD. First, you can run it on the test server in WASD, which is how you may want to do it during development. Alternatively, you can use WASD to export an EAR file, and then deploy that file on the application server. Which of these your start with might depend on whether you are focusing on developing applications, or on learning to administer an application server.
 
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