Error in J2ee .war file deployment using ASC

Hi,
When I deploy a .war file using Application Server Control web interface, after
30 min or so, it gave me an error: "Processing has already completed". But when
I checked, no application was deployed. Sometimes the same war file deployment
finished successfully if I repeat the deployment process several times. The whole application is in a single .war, the war file size is about 52 MB. Looks like this is a
deployment timeout issue when server is very busy. Any ideas?
Thanks,
Richard

I have seen this before when the file names in the archive aren't case sensitive. I
suspect you're using NT, so the direct access to the file system is case insensitive by
default.
Make sure that the META-INF directory in the archive is in upper case, and check the case
requirements for the other files in the archive.
Regards,
Peter.
rashmi wrote:
Hello,
I have created a chat application containing jsps and beans, and deployed it first
in the exploded directory format. It works fine and I was able to run and test
it. Since all the tests are done and the module is over,now i want to package
it in war file and deploy it.Here comes the problem :- I have packaged the application
in a war file using jar command and copied it under applications directory but
when i restarted the server(wls 6.0 sp1) ,i found in console the application is
deployed under applications node and not under web applications node-why? Agian
unpacked the war file and deployed it in exploded directory format now the console
shows it under web app node then why does not it deploy it as web application
when deployed in war format. Any body faced the same situation,Plz help.
rds rashmi

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