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RE: WebSphere Question


  • Subject: RE: WebSphere Question
  • From: "Richard Dean" <rddean@xxxxxxx>
  • Date: Thu, 13 Jan 2000 10:03:34 -0500
  • Importance: Normal

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Hi Ravi,

Did you ever get your WebSphere going?  I noticed from your post that we had
similar problems.  I got mine going, and I want to see if I could help you
if you guys are still having problems.

Richard Dean


-----Original Message-----
From: owner-java400-l@midrange.com
[mailto:owner-java400-l@midrange.com]On Behalf Of Jaladi Ravi Kiran,
Gurgaon
Sent: Monday, January 03, 2000 3:59 AM
To: JAVA400-L@midrange.com
Subject: RE: WebSphere Question


Hi soni,

This's with respect to the same question we've raised. We're following the
steps given in http://www.as400.ibm.com/websphere
<http://www.as400.ibm.com/websphere>
For IBM WebSphere Application server getting started V4R4.

But here we're unable to complete the Step5 . For implementing this
websphere application server apart from the ADMIN and DEFAULT instances and
the associated configuration files ADMIN and CONFIG respe...which comes by
default with the product, we've created a  separate instance and
configuration for this implementation(websp).

As you said, all the instances (ADMIN,DEFAULT & WEBSP in my case) are
started once you start the HTTP server, but the DEFAULT  sits in CNDW and
WEBSP sits in SIGW status. In order to get the status of WEBSP to CNDW
either I'll have to end the DEFAULT instance or Start the  WEBSP first than
the DEFAULT which ultimately sits in the SIGW status.

In this, the instance which sits in the SIGW status will be there for  few
minutes and than the job gets ended automatically.

In which ever way  I follow , I never succeeded in completing the
STEP:5  as given in the mentioned site.


We're going through the FAQ's as per your suggestion and will get back to
you with the developments. Before that, we expect your concerns  on this.

Regards
Ravi

        -----Original Message-----
        From:   niranjan soni [SMTP:niranjan_soni@hotmail.com]
        Sent:   Friday, December 31, 1999 5:07 PM
        To:     JAVA400-L@midrange.com
        Subject:        Re: WebSphere Question

        Hi Richard

        I guess u have got things some bit wrong over here.As far the
instances
        under Qhttpsvr are concerned, there are actually two instances one
is ADMIN
        and other one is DEFAULT, if u do not create a new server instance.
The
        default instance of is associated with CONFIG file(the Http
Configuration
        file which is shipped with the AS400) and ur jvm.properties file for

        Websphere application server points to this CONFIG file.
        So when the AS400 starts up it brings up all the instances under
Qhttpsvr.
        Now if add websphere support to CONFIG.MBR file and associate two
different
        server instances to the same CONFIG file, then when HTTP start, it
will try
        to bring up both the instances which in ur case are CONFIG and
DEFAULT.But
        as we know there is only one Http Server instance under which the
Websphere
        Application server can run, so it has to be either CONFIG or
DEFAULT.
        If u do WRKACTJOB SBS(QHTTPSVR), u would see ur CONFIG server
instance's
        status at CNDW and ur DEFAULT server instance at SIGW which means
that the
        Websphere is running under ur CONFIG server instance.

        Hope it answers ur queries.
        Niranjan


        >From: "Richard Dean" <rddean@gdi.net>
        >Reply-To: JAVA400-L@midrange.com
        >To: <JAVA400-L@midrange.com>
        >Subject: WebSphere Question
        >Date: Wed, 29 Dec 1999 17:25:05 -0500
        >
        >So we got WebSphere 1.1 going on our AS/400 running V4R4M0 of the
O/S(I
        >know
        >there is a version 2.02, but we have not gotten it yet).  Anyway we
have
        >gotten to the point where the HelloWorldServlet will come up.  I
began
        >looking around in the Active Jobs and I noticed that we have 3
server
        >instances running under QHTTPSVR.  One is "Admin" which I
understand, the
        >other is "Config" and "Default".  I have set "Config" up to point
to a
        >sample web page, I have also configured it for WebSphere.  This
seems to be
        >working, at least according to the "Hello World" servlet test.  I
am a
        >little confused at what the "Default" instance is doing.  I noticed
that if
        >I do a ENDTCPSVR on Default, then I can no longer pull up my sample
web
        >page
        >or the "HelloWorld" servlet.  I thought since I configured the
"Config"
        >instance, that the only thing that would be needed running would be
the
        >"Config" instance, but it does not seem to be working that way.
When I
        >restart the "Default" instance(while the "Config" instance is still
        >running), everything starts working again?  It is not a big deal to
me if
        >they both need to be running in order for things to work, I was
just
        >wondering if there was a reason or if I have something set up
wrong?
        >
        >
        >Thanks,
        >Richard
        >
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