The wizard always works that way Booth. But it also deploys the WAR file for you so I'm not sure why you care. You normally only need to know about it if you redeploy the app to another server.


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On Aug 23, 2018, at 10:53 PM, Booth Martin <booth@xxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:

I am working on writing an SQLRPGLE program that will provide JSON data to a web service on an iSeries web application server. I am basing it on Scott Klement's YAJL examples.

I creating the web service application server the wizard advises

*Note*:The path must be a Web Archive file (WAR) application directory or a .war file.

Huh? where did this come from? I have not seen any mention of this anywhere, until now.

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