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Is standalone websphere application server exists???

maha laxmi
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i have installed WAS6.1 full suite in my system;if you install you will get all features and admin console;

but i want standalone websphere application server which has basic features who can deploy ear files and configure datasource and deploying ear manually;i think for development point of view WAS6.1 full suite is not required and also full suite is taking lot of space in my system.

if you see Oracle91AS;it has full suite instllation and also for development point of view standalone application server is there i.e OC4J.

Is standalone websphere application server exists???
Jeanne Boyarsky
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Maha,
IBM offers an Express edition with less features. I think it still includes the admin console though.


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Hanumanth Kanthi
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Actually there isn't any difference between Express and Base version other than licensing usage terms..... Otherwise code base is EXACTLY same with latest versions......

Anyways, what you can do is create one single profile and that is the minimum footprint that you can have to get going with your development effort.

Cheers,
H. Kanthi
maha laxmi
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Originally posted by Hanumanth Kanthi:
Actually there isn't any difference between Express and Base version other than licensing usage terms..... Otherwise code base is EXACTLY same with latest versions......

Anyways, what you can do is create one single profile and that is the minimum footprint that you can have to get going with your development effort.

Cheers,
H. Kanthi



how to create single profile with minimum footprint;

while installing full suite should i select this option?
please explain clearly..
Hanumanth Kanthi
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With all the default options, you will get a single server profile created with the name of profile as "AppSrv01".

Check under WAS_ROOT\profiles folder for above cited default server.

That's the minimum footprint that you can have.

Hope this helps,

Cheers,
H. Kanthi
 
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