E1: JAS: HTTP 404 Error When Accessing JAS Instance Configured on Websphere Cluster (Doc ID 1389326.1)

Last updated on MAY 30, 2017

Applies to:

JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Tools - Version 8.98 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Symptoms

<Document 836403.1> E1: WAS: Server Manager Clustering Best Practices on WebSphere 6.0/6.1 - was followed to setup Horizontal Clustering with WebSphere 6.1.x.x  for EnterpriseOne.

After completing the Installation of WAS 6.1.x.x on two different Windows machines and before starting the Cluster setup, a JAS Instance is created on Websphere Application Server which contains the DMGR Profile as instructed in section " Install EnterpriseOne HTML Web Server on Web Server A" on page 61 of the above mentioned guide.

After completing all the steps successfully through page 72 and the JAS Instance starts successfully, the issue occurs when accessing the JAS page.  It throws an HTTP 404 error on the page.

There are no errors in the E1ROOT.LOG, but the ERROR.LOG for the HTTP Server has the following messages:

[Fri Dec 09 03:27:11 2011] [error] [client 1xx.xxx.1xx.xx4] File does not exist: D:/IBM/WebSphere/AppServer/profiles/AppSrv01/installedApps/WWEBERPJ90Cell01/AS_JS_81_M1.ear/webclient.war/E1Menu.maf
[Fri Dec 09 03:27:16 2011] [error] [client 1xx.xxx.1xx.xx4] File does not exist: D:/IBM/WebSphere/AppServer/profiles/AppSrv01/installedApps/WWEBERPJ90Cell01/AS_JS_81_M1.ear/webclient.war/E1Menu.maf
[Fri Dec 09 03:27:43 2011] [error] [client 1xx.xxx.1xx.xx4] File does not exist: D:/IBM/WebSphere/IHS/htdocs/en_US/images/odot.jpg, referer: http://wweberpj90:81


The Plugin is regenerated by following the steps below but the same error message reoccurs.  The steps are: 

  1. Login to WAS Console with Dmgr01 profile.
  2. Expand "Servers" on Left Column
  3. Select the Web Server
  4. Select your WebServer A related instance
  5. Generate Plugin and then Propagate Plugin

When generating the plugin, it only creates a 2KB plugin-cfg.xml file and the file does not contain any information about the JAS instance. 

Cause

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