Here is the entire error message:
[9/8/10 13:56:40:248 PDT] 00000019 DefaultSyncHa W CWWMH1001W:
Unexpected error occurred during synchronization of configuration files
associated with business-level applications. Error data:
com.ibm.wsspi.management.bla.op.OpExecutionException: Cannot load
document applications/MyApp.ear/deployments/MyApp/deployment. xml
relative to the cell configuration context. which is
Caused by: java.io.FileNotFoundException: C:\Program
(The system cannot find the path specified.)
A composition unit with name MyApp already exists. Select a different application name.
This is most frequently observed during the installation or removal of applications, but it may also turn up during other administration tasks such as deleting servers.
The issue is a WebSphere Application Server defect.
If there is an error with the deployment of a module,then this bad deployment is saved, then the WebSphere Application Server configuration will be out of sync.
In WebSphere Process Server, this often happens with a module that has Adapter Resources that might not be complete or setup properly.
When deploying using WebSphere Integration Developer using the "Add Projects", the configuraton changes for this bad deployment are automatically saved.
Even after the application is removed, you might not be able to do any further or new appinstalls/uninstalls (even with corrected module).
The manual workaround is to delete the /blas and /cus directories for the bad application from the config.
The resources will be:
The WebSphere Application Server team has built interim fixes for this defect for WebSphere Application Server V188.8.131.52 and V184.108.40.206. If needed they can be obtained from the WebSphere Application Server Support Team.
A technote for this issue will be forthcoming.