Spend more time reading the doco. (Most don't)
Spend time running the exmples. (Once again, most don't)
Start with a simple project before trying to deploy a big one. (Yep again...most don't)
Use decent logging so you know why it doesn't work. (No, System.out.println() is NOT good logging)
Read the doco again. (See what I did here!)
Search the forums and google for information that is relevant for you. (Yep, before posting read)
Deploy successfully. (Win)
Ok, so I was being a tad sarcastic, but most of what I said is true.
If you want to have less problems then spend more time researching and experimenting before you jump in and try to take on the world.
KISS - Keep It Simple Stupid is a really good rule to follow.
Other then that, I'm afraid most of your question made no sense to me at all so....read the doco :)
it is mentioned in the doco.but i need the precise meaning of that.there are many ways for getting the deployment errors.please mention it if u are familiar with them..
regarding ur help..
I don't understand what you are asking for.
If you are having deployment issues then you need to give specific details of the problems you are having.
But, just giving examples of problems is a pointless exercise.
You can just search google and these forums for problems if you want to read about some.
I assume that English is not your native language so maybe you need to spend a bit more time forming your question as what you have written does not actually make much sense. So, if I'm not helping it is probably because I don't really understand what you are trying to say.
In addition to Tim's reply. This is what is happening a lot lately.
People tend to have questions without any further explanation/clarification. We appreciate brief questions, but they should contain the information we need to help. And - again agreeing with Tim, and also with a lot of sarcasm.
Read the manuials, download the examples and buy a good book (The downaloadble version of Seam In Action cost $27.50 !!!!)
This is a forum at the moment you're facing real problems; it is NOT a kind of free Seam school!