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Sneak Preview WAS & EP60_SP4 - Issue

I installed the sneak preview of WAS server with EP60_SP4.The installation went thru


After the installation i am able to login and i get the "Portal Content" page

(path:: Content Administration->Portal Content)

But when i try to access any of the other menu options( and sub menu options ) namely the

"User Administration" or "System Administration" or "Welcome" pages the content is not

getting loaded and all i get is the "Loading" message(with the animated icon) goes on

& on.

but the menu options in the top right hand corner namely "Help" , "Peronalize" , "Logoff"


Eventhough i am unable to do anything in the EP ( http://<server-name>:50000/irj )

I am able to delpoy and run "J2EE Engine Examples" from the WAS home page


Has anyone encountered this problem before ?

Any ideas about how to troubleshoot this issue ?.............where to look & what to look

for.........any suggestions ?........thanks in advance

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  • Posted on Jul 11, 2004 at 03:17 PM

    Hello Subramanian,

    do you have an antivirus software running on your PC? Try to disable online scanning. How are your browser security settings. Try low for the local Intranet Zone. Try also to use the full qualified domain name of your PC like in the address.



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