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Migration of web application from WSAD 5.1.2 to RAD 6.0

 
kedar japan
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Hello Friends,

We have one J2EE applicatioc currently running on WSAD 5.1.2. We are going to migrate this application from WSAD 5.1.2 to RAD 6.0.(WAS 5 to WAS 6)
I heard that it is not so simple, and can envlove code change as well.

I need to prepare some documantation for the same regarding issues/problems that can occur while migration.

Can you please post the isssues/problems you faced, and their troubleshoot while magration? Any tools availale for migration??
Any reference link or website could also help me a lot!!


The application is a plain j2ee application with no EJBs

Your help is highly Appreciated.

Thanks,
Kedar
 
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Kedar,
What does it use? Servlets/JSPs/etc?

Most of the problems stemmed from EJBs, so you should have a fairly smooth migration.
 
kedar japan
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Thanks Jeanne for the reply.

The application is based on Struts and use plain JSP/Servlets. but I got some info that, There might be some problems in JSPs regarding Tag Libs while migration.

Also We have one small applet wizard used in the project.

Do you have any idea about the impacts on these?


Thanks,
Kedar
 
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Kedar,
I think the impact will be minor. The Struts taglib problem sounds familiar. A search on this forum should yield the result.
 
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