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I am developing a web application on Rational using EJBs, servlets and JSPs and a DB2 database. I am using a Sun J2ee application server. Does anyone know how I can deploy my application to the J2ee server and view it on a web browser. I am stuck
 
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Hi ,
You can deploy using asadmin command or using the appserver web console.

http://localhost:4848/ --- Sun App Server 7.x
https://localhost:4849/ --- Sun App Server 8.x (Secured)


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check this:
http://docs.sun.com/app/docs/doc/819-2554/6n4r8s7m5?a=view
 
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Though, my appreciation for Raja sekhar is not related to Java ranch,
I believ in Indian saying that when you appreciate somebody, do it publicly


Well don Raj, you maintained good website on Geocities regaring Java,EJB et
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Good job
 
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