• Subject: RE: WebSphere Question
  • From: "Richard Dean" <rddean@xxxxxxx>
  • Date: Wed, 29 Dec 1999 17:51:16 -0500
  • Importance: Normal

Additional Information-

When I sign on to "Configuration and Administration" web page for the As/400
using "http://my400:2001" and I click on the "Change Associated
Configuration" I noticed this was displayed, and I am not sure if this may
be the problem.

Server instance  Associated configuration
---------------  ------------------------
CONFIG           CONFIG
DEFAULT          CONFIG


Does this mean anything?

Again thanks for any help.
Richard


-----Original Message-----
From: owner-java400-l@midrange.com
[mailto:owner-java400-l@midrange.com]On Behalf Of Richard Dean
Sent: Wednesday, December 29, 1999 5:25 PM
To: JAVA400-L@midrange.com
Subject: WebSphere Question


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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