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installing 2 versions of the same application

 
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All,
We are running version 5.1.0 of WAS.

We are planning to release a pilot version of our internal web application ready to be released to a limited set of users. However we also have the current version of the app we need to continue running for a while.

What would be the best solution to make this work without changing the code (eg. change url calls)

I looked into creating a new instance of the application server from the admin console, used the current server template. Started the server and installed the app. However the application does start-up and says make sure server foo is started.

Any help would be appreciated.

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Sorry forgot the rule "always search forum before posting"

The problem was solved in this thread for people looking for a solution

THE SOLUTION ON JAVA RANCH
 
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