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Re: TIP005


There are more to come.

Is there anything in particular that you would like to see?

Larry Schweyer
iSeries AD, IBM Toronto Lab
(905)413-4084 Tie-line: 969-4084

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I was having the very same problem. I tried your suggestion to create a new
project with a different name and it worked great!

Anyone know of any similar tutorials?

Kyle Collie

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date: Wed, 12 May 2004 13:33:56 -0400
from: Larry Schweyer <schweyer@xxxxxxxxxx>
subject: Re: [WDSCI-L] TIP005

Can you try something for  me:

Create a new project, with a different name, but select the same settings:
Enable Struts, and add iSeries Web components.
Define the Host info, and run the first interaction.
Look at the file ApplicationResources.properties.  Do you see some entries
such as: int01Input.title=Input Form (the name of the interaction)
The file is in two places, JavaSource, and under the /WEB-INF/Classes
folder. They should be the same.

Larry Schweyer
iSeries AD, IBM Toronto Lab
(905)413-4084 Tie-line: 969-4084

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