Hi All, I am new to Websphere, I have installed version 5. I need help in deploying a "Hello World" JSP by making it a .JAR or .EAR or .WAR file(s). Could anyone please explain me how to generate .JAR .EAR .WAR file(s) to deploy a JSP application into a WS 5. Do I need to use 9090 or 9080 port to access my test JSP, in what path I need to put that JSP. I appriciate any help. Thanks, cs
Hello Chandra, What is your development environment? Does it support unit testing? WebSphere Studio Application Developer would be ideal. You can download a free trial from IBM, good for 60 days. It has the WebSphere Test Environment built-in, which is the real WebSphere Application Server. [ October 30, 2003: Message edited by: Howard Kushner ]
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In addition to what Howard has already mentioned, the port 9090 or 9080 only assumes significance if u are using the internal HTTPServer that comes with WebSphere Application server. If this is the one u want to use to address ur needs of a webserver, then you need to use the port like 9090 or 9080. If you have a different webserver set up, (U can install IBM HTTP server or Apache), then these would listen on port 80 by default and you would not have to use the port no in the url.
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posted 16 years ago
Hi again, Thanks for your info. I have WS v5.0 and WSAD v5.1. Could anyone please let me know which is the best way to develop J2EE components and deploy them? Howard was saying that WSAD has got Real Application Server, if so, can I deploy in WSAD instead of WebSphere Server? How?
Hello Chandra Let me see whether I can help you out little bit more. Answer to your question about port number: 9090 is the port used for opening your admin console when you want to use admin console coming with your wsad test environment or WAS External Server. 9080 is the transport port for internal http server.. 2809 is the bootstrap port number for naming service. Now, lets get into your development environment concern and deployment concern. You mentioned that you have WSAD and WAS. Do this following step by step. 1. First Open WSAD, go to Help menu, naviage to find out Create Entperprise Application with WSAD. Keep it open. 2. Create an Enterprise Project from WSAD. (File - New - Project - J2EE- > Enterprise Project 3. Create a Web project. File -> New -> Project -> Web -> Webproject. Make sure you are selecting the Enterprise Application project you just created above 4. Create a html or jsp page directly under your web project under the folder "Web component" and call it as index.html or index.jsp Now you have enough stuff to create a web project to test everything. If you want to know how to build everything build these stuff by Project - > Rebuild All or build all 5. Now you need to see how you can see your jsp running in a server. best and standard way to do is by creating urself a server configuration .. Window ->Open Perspective -> Server (if not listed, click on other -> Server Perspective) 6. Go to the server perspective down below on the left corner Right click on Servers- > New -> Server and Server Configuration. Give any name u want, and select Websphere version 5 ->test Environent If you click next, you will see the port number as 9080. Just click finish. 7. Now you will see the server created with your new name u gave. you need to add your project to this server first. Under servers, right click on the Server you just created, -> Add - > your project. 8. You are all set. Now lets run your jsp. Right click on the jsp page under web component, select from the pop up menu, "Run On Server". As you already attached the project (EAR project) to the new server you created, it will just run automatically on that server and you will see the server starting...etc.. and see your first jsp page running.. Now, if you need to deploy ur EAR project in external Websphere, File -> Export -> Ear file - > select the project. Select the folder where you want to export this ear file to and select the enterprise application project. Take that ear file and deploy it in websphere 5 using admin console or wsadmin $AdminApp install options Fine? let me know if you are stuck up.. dont spoil ur brain with this things.. May be I will be able to assist you... -Mahesh SCEA, IBMC WAS 5.0,4.0,3.5, WSAD4.0,5.0 IBMC UML, IBM ED, IBM DB2 DBA and User, SCJP, SCWD Owner of http://www.certificateguide.com
posted 16 years ago
Thanks Mahesh, your guidance helped me in creating .ear file using WSAD and the deployment in WSAD and WebSphere Server.
posted 16 years ago
Glad to hear that!
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