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In weblogic there is a weblogic.xml, where do i so the same stuff in websphere ?

Frank Jacobsen
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I have to migrate a projekt from weblogic to websphere, there is a weblogic.xml, where there is defined a work-manager.

This weblogic.xml is packed within the war file, and works fine on weblogic, but where do i do the same stuff in websphere, is there a websphere.xml ....

I need it to define a work-manager, but i dont want to use the websphere admin console, but want to do it the same way, that i can in weblogic....

Any hints for me out there

Frank

Cameron Wallace McKenzie
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IBM has a xxx-ext.xmi file in the WEB-INF folder that holds IBM extensions. I believe there is a binding file in there as well.

Unfortunately, IBM doesn't have an equivalent of these settings from what I can see. Does your web app depend on these extensions? Hopefully you can live without them.

-Cameron McKenzie
Jeanne Boyarsky
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I don't think you can specify the work manager in XML. You can use the admin console or you can write a script (jacl or jython) to create it.


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