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WebSphere Application Server V6.1: Web Container Problem Determination

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Published on 29 May 2007

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IBM Form #: REDP-4309-00

Authors: Carla Sadtler, Rob Larsen and Giribabu Paramkusham

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    The runtime environment for Web components is called the Web container. If users receive unexpected results in a Web browser (such as errors or incorrect information), you might have a problem with the Web container.

    Potential symptoms of a Web container problem can include:

    -Users are not able to access a Web component.

    -There is unexpected behavior when running a Web component.

    -Errors occur when a Web component is started.

    -There are problems with JSP™ compilation.

    -Errors or exceptions are thrown during the running of a Web component.

    -Messages that start with SRVE (Web container), JSPG (JSP), or JSFG (JSF pages) are received.

    This paper takes you through the steps of diagnosing Web container problems for IBM® WebSphere® Application Server V6.1 on distributed and IBM i5/OS® platforms..

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