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Is Remote Deployment of Ear possible with WSAD's WebSphere Test Environment ?

 
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I have IBM WSAD 5.1.2 for Windows XP on my local desktop. Now can I use the WebSphere 5.0/6.0 Test Environment
that comes with WSAD for remote ear deployments ? Why I am asking this question is
I have WSAD on my machine and my remote friend who is trying to install the ear using my admin console is getting
an error like below :







Please suggest and thanks in advance.
 
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I'm not sure why they couldn't use the admin console like you tried, but if that fails you can always map a network drive via a shared folder that both machines have access to.
 
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Scott -

I can replicate the same problem when I try to deploy the ear on my local WSAD's WAS 5.0 Test Environment using the admin console in my WSAD installation.
 
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hi ,

I am also having the same problem.how to resolve this. kindly help me on this
 
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