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Hi I am new to WebSphere.I would like to run JSP as front end and EJB's as middle tier.could any one refer me good and quick help document to this. Previously I worked in WebLogic and JBoss. In WebLogic we will place our JSP in Public_html and EJB's under Myserver folders respectively.(with out EAR file) Where as it comes JBoss I was created a EAR file for my application and droped it in deploye folder of JBoss. In both the cases i am sucessful. Now I would like to deploy that application using WebSphere4.0 Under WINDOWS 2000. For that I need WebSphere GURU's help,please guide me in this regerd. If any one want's to send help documents or PDF's please note down my mail-id firstname.lastname@example.org Thank's in advance Venkat
What you need is INFOCENTER. This is the e-docs of Websphere. You need to download it from the IBM site and check it out. It contains all the tutorials to do what you want. Since WAS 4.0 is totally J2EE 1.2 compliant you will not have any problems. If you have any do post it here.
------------------ Mahindrakar IBM Application Server Forum Moderator Consultant - Zensar Technologies. SCJP2, SCJD2 & SCJEA (Part I)
Joined: Nov 25, 2000
Thank's Rahul I did deployed EJb and able to call it from JSP. But is there any way to call EJB's from JSP files, as we do it in WebLogic, JBOSS+TOMCAT. From developers point of view it is looking dificult to build EAR or WAR file each time. Bye Venkat
I having a similar problem too. How did you deploy your EJB? Do I need the WAS even if I am running in a test environment? [This message has been edited by meddie katongole (edited September 07, 2001).]
Joined: Jul 28, 2000
I think that VAJ 4.0 can mitigate your problems. I do not know if it is available for download, but if you can get your hands on it that will be great from the development point of view. It has a mini version of WAS in built into it so that you can test run your servlets, jsps and ejb's. Looks like WAS 4.0 is not great developers environment like weblogic provides. But its a great and good product anyhow.
------------------ Mahindrakar IBM Application Server & Developer Forum Moderator Consultant - Zensar Technologies ,Pune India. SCJP2, SCJD2 & SCJEA (Part I)