weblogic war

Posted on 2009-04-15
Last Modified: 2013-12-10
    I created a web application. it works properly in tomcat, so made a war file and tried to deploy in weblogic thru admin console. it was deloyed successfully. But there is a error while starting a login.jsp page. it says
compilation of jsp file 'jsp/login/login.jsp failed'

login.jsp 5:18 package com.documentum.fc.client doesnot exist.
<%@ import="com.documentum.fc.client.*"  >

I guess jar files are not reffered. How to set class path to weblogic to load the jar file.
in both weblogic solaris and windows.

Any help is highly appreciated

Question by:radhnki
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I would try adding the required jar files of documentum in


Basically whatever you place under lib directory would be picked by weblogic and added to the classpath.


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Hi Rajesh,
         I copied and tried, but still the error presents? any other alternative way to proceed?
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If you know how to modify war files, best way is to include them in /WEB-INF directory of the war and redeploy it.

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    I created a war file from eclipse. it includes web-inf and all the folders..

Even i deployed in my local weblogic server it works properly. but it is not working in another weblogic server.. i dont know y

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Where is your dfc.jar? It needs to be in your WEB-INF/lib dir. That's standard location for a webapp's jars.

Look at webtop.jar or any of the other dctm jar files to see what they have in their lib directories.

Note that creating a war file from eclipse doesn't mean anything on its own. you still need to ensure you're packing the correct dependencies within your webapp.

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     Eclipse does provide correct war file. However my problem got resolved

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