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Hi all,

I deployed a working, tested J2EE application on a Win 2003 server running OAS 10.1.2.0.2. The application deployed smoothly and is running fine from the server itself.

But from a client machine (another machine on our LAN), I am unable to access any JSP, including index.jsp. I am able to, however, access the login page if I supply the actual .do url (login/Login.do). I can see from the logs that login is completing successfully, but the resultant JSP page is again not thrown to the browser. I am getting a "server not found" error.

The server resides in the IP domain a.b.6.xxx, and the client has an IP like a.b.7.xxx. Could this cause any issues?

Any insights on this problems would be appreciated. Please ask for any other info that you need.

Harish
 
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