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Deploying JSP in Silverstream server3.7

Deploying JSP in Silverstream server3.7

Deploying JSP in Silverstream server3.7

Hi friends

anybody knows how to deploy the JSP in SilverStream appllication server3.7.

I installed the SilverStream 3.7 in the C directory of my machine.

Is it necessary to set the classpath to the WAR directory?

I created the war file as test.war containing test.jsp, i put the test.war file in c:\silverstream37\WAR directory.

test.jsp is the jsp file.i put it in c:\silverstream37\war\root directory.

I am using SilverCMD tool to build the war file and also to deploy the war file to SilverStream application server.

c:\silverstream37\war>SilverCMD BuildWAR localhost mydatabase root\test.jsp -n test.war

localhost - server machine
mydatabase - silvermaster database name.

test.war file is created with this contents....

added manifest
adding: root/test.jsp(in = 298) (out = 200)(deflated 32%)

While i deploying the war file from the command line tool i am getting this error.

c:\silverstream37\war>SilverCMD DeployWAR localhost mydatabase test.war -f deplplan.xml -o

where deplplan.xml is the deployment descriptor for the war file.


Database 'mydatabase' not found on the server http://localhost

anybody knows the solution for this problem.....

i need ur help friends


RE: Deploying JSP in Silverstream server3.7

well try it using extend workbench which is available on silverstream web site.... it makes life a lot easier

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