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Iplanet 6.0 problem when deploy

 
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Hi..
When i deployed this ear, the iplanet crash.
Anybody facing similar situation?. Please advice.
[psg]># ../bin/j2eeappreg mcphieAppEAR.ear
WARNING: j2eeappreg command is deprecated. Use iasdeploy command instead.
See iasdeploy -help for usage information.
Connected to LDAP server on psg.telehealth.com.my port 389
login page is being set to :
Module: mcphieAppWAR
Module: mcphieAppJAR
------ Register Web Module: mcphieAppWAR.war ------
WebAppName is mcphieAppWAR
[19/Aug/2003 11:32:49:4] info: GDS-007: finished a registry load
[19/Aug/2003 11:33:25:4] error: GDS-037: SetValue(192.168.1.230:10818):
ldap_add failed with error: Operations error
[19/Aug/2003 11:34:25:4] info: GDS-039: LDAP server on host psg.telehealth.com.my port 389 not responding, marked down
[19/Aug/2003 11:34:25:4] error: GDS-037:
CreateSubKey({89d442f9-b8c0-11d6-8b4f-0050da87f4f1}): ldap_add failed
with error: Can't contact LDAP server java.lang.NullPointerException at com.netscape.server.deployment.WebAppReg.registerWebAppInClassDef(Compiled
Code) at com.netscape.server.deployment.WebAppReg.registerWebApp(Unknown
Source) at com.netscape.server.deployment.J2eeAppReg.registerJ2eeApp(Compiled Code) at com.netscape.server.deployment.J2eeAppReg.run(Unknown
Source) at com.netscape.server.deployment.J2eeAppReg.main(Unknown
Source)
j2eeappreg done.
 
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