Hello.war_deployed not generated for Sun Java System Application Server

I have installed and started the Sun Java System Application Server successfully, and can access http://localhost:8080 without any problem. However, after I copied the hello.war following the below instruction in "QuickStart", the hello.war_deployed wasn't generated in the "autodeploy" directory.
# Find<INSTALL_DIR>/samples/quickstart/hello.war.
# Copy it to <INSTALL_DIR>/domains/domain1/autodeploy/
Anybody knows why?
Thanks.

Hai
I have installed Sun Java System Application Server 8
I am able to create Application, Bean component, Appclient Client.
But i dont know where to provide the JNDI name
JNDI tab s'd be there for the Application(any)
I have three tabs(default tabs), JNDI tab is not appearing
I am following the J2EE1.4 pdf document
tell me how to provide the JNDI name for any application
Please do the favour

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