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Can we make a jar file compatible between two application servers?

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I made a jar file using Eclipse IDE for EE and embedded Tomcat  in Eclipse.

I then put it on the Desktop folder.

How can I make it work in a Weblogic 8.1 application server? I know the descriptors like weblogic.xml and tomcat.xml etc are not compatible but is there a workaround?

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1). Error_403.jpg:  This looks fine as I did not give permission to access the application  directly.
2).Error_500.jpg: This looks more like the compatibility issues between Tomcat and Weblogic and precisely what I am trying to find a solution to.

Thanks again in advance!
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