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Unable to "Deploy and Run" the first WebDynpro application

After succesfully deployment and running of the "Calculator" example (so the J2EE and SDM are working correctly), I tried to deploy the first WebDynpro application. My own developed WebDynpro didn't work so I tried it with the download of the solution of the example "WelcomeApp".

In the Internet browser (which starts http://perfect-1152:50000/webdynpro/dispatcher/local/Welcome/WelcomeApp) I get the following error:

"404 Not Found

The requested resource does not exist.

Details: Go to Main page of this site!"

When I go to the Main page I get the same error.

Any suggestions? Â

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  • Posted on Oct 22, 2003 at 06:08 PM

    You mean it deployed, but didn't run?

    That's strange...

    Did it reylla come back with deployment ready?

    If so, you should check with visual Admin if it is there. Start with deployment service and check there if the app is running.

    REegards,

    Benny

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    • Former Member Former Member

      u00A0u00A0Hi Gerrit,

      u00A0u00A0u00A0u00A0You can find the Visual Admin at C:usrsapC11JC00j2eeadmingo.bat

      u00A0u00A0u00A0assuming C: is the installation drive.

      .V

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    Posted on Oct 24, 2003 at 10:24 AM

    Hi Gerrit,

    I had exactly the same problem when I installed the whole package on my notebook. I worked with it for a while and everything seemed working properly. But when it came to the webdynpro - I couldn't get it working. So I decided to install it on a more powerfull computer and now, I develop on my notebook and run and deploy to the remote machine. Give it a try.

    Steffen

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    • Former Member Benny Schaich-Lebek

      Hi Benny,

      just a comment on your previous post.

      When you request the host via http://hostname:50000, practically you request the default SAP J2EE Engine web application (not a plain html page). This application is mapped to the "/" URL pattern and is always displayed when you request the host only (no application context root or so).

      So, if you do not see this application on the screen when you request your host, and the Web Container Service is running, you can check if the application is running!

      Regards,

      Ivaylo