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Sybase EAServer deployment help needed.

 
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Hi,

I have a J2EE web application that I managed to deploy it using the EAServer Manager.But,I don't know why I still can't run the application.
Maybe there are a step that I miss out...so,I just type the step that I did.

Step 1:Zip-up my classes.zip and rename it as abc.war.

Step 2:Run the Jaguar Server.Then,Open up the EAServer Manager.Login as jagadmin.

Step 3:Then,I go to the Web Applications node, from there,I click on Deploy.
I browse my local machine and look for the abc.war.Then,deploy it.

Step 4:Then,I set the context path to be :abc

Step 5:Then,I go to the Installed Web Applications...and I choose Install
Web Application.Then,from there I point this 1 to the abc.war that
I manage to deployed previously.

Step 6:Restart the EAServer.

Step 7:Try to run :http://myPCName:8088/abc...PAGE COULD NOT BE FOUND ERROR.

My http port is 8088.
Inside my abc.war,the structure is:
index.jsp
WEB-INF/classes --> all my java classes is here.
WEB-INF/lib
WEB-INF/web.xml

Hope someone can help me.Thanks.
 
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