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steps for Deploying JSP in Sun Java System Application Server 7 2004Q2

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Hi All,
Can any one tell me How we will deploy in Sun java system application server. I created a directory test inside I created sample jsp inside test directory.
Now I created a WEB-INF folder parallel to my jsp file.
Inside WEB-INF I created a classes folder and a web.xml file
Now I created war and deployed in the application server

The application Server prints the following message in the console

INFO: CORE3276: Installing a new configuration
INFO: WEB0100: Loading web module [test] in virtual server [server1] at [/test]
INFO: WEB0121: Enabling no persistence for web module [/test]'s sessions: persis
tence-type = [memory]
INFO: CORE3280: A new configuration was successfully installed
INFO: WEB4004: Closing web application environment for virtual server [server1]

Now I tried with following url in the brower

Then in browser I am getting Page Not found

Can any one tell the solution please?

waiting for reply............


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Moved to the Sun server forum.
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