Trying to publish a Webfacing Project

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Using WebSphere Development Studio I've created a WebFacing project converted an existing application on our iSeries to a WebFaced application, but i can only access the WebFaced application from my PC. How publish the application to a web server so that other users can access it. I tried exporting the project to a directory on the IFS but when i tried to invoke the WebFacing application from a web browser (IE 6.0) using http://host name/application - where host name was the ip address to our iSeries and application was the directory and name of the WebFacing application. If any one can tell what I'm doing wrong or maybe point me in the right direction that would be great. Thanks -shawn
ASKED: March 14, 2007  11:48 AM
UPDATED: March 16, 2007  2:13 PM

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If you have used Webfacing to convert your green screen application then you will need to deploy it to your WebSphere Application Server in order for it to work. (I think that it may also work on TOMCAT but I am not sure about that). If you are not running an application server then you are out of luck as the webfacing routines require a application server. It runs on your PC because of the built in test environment

Good Luck,
BradsKK

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