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Problem with jsp deployment in silverstream

Problem with jsp deployment in silverstream

Problem with jsp deployment in silverstream

HI friends

i am having the simple jsp file named it as test.jsp.Using command line tool i create the war[Web Application Archive] file which contains test.jsp.

for jsp,first we have to create the war file and upload or deploy this war file into the silverstream server.

war file creation:

silvercmd buildwar localhost mydatabase root directory\test.jsp -n test.war

localhost ---> server name

mydatabase -- > database name

test.jsp -- > test.jsp is the jsp file

test.war --> war file name

war file is created successfully.

while deploying jsp from silvercmd command line tool in silverstream application server i am getting one error.Error is:

                "Database mydatabase is not found in the server localhost"

even i test with the servername instead of localhost.

i dont know what is happening....i have to set any classpath or i have to provide the
full database path.

[while creating war file silvercmd automatically generates the web.xml file.....but for me it's not generated automatically]. for this reason i get this error.

guys help me.....i am eagerly waiting for ur reply....

thanks and rgds
Kumaran [ur friend]

RE: Problem with jsp deployment in silverstream

Download the JSP editor from http://devcenter.silverstream.com.

But, you can verify if your databasename exist in localhost and the name is case-sensitive.

Good luck.

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