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Integration problem IBMWebSphere WAS AES 4 and JBuilder 6 Enterprise

 
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Hello!
I'm trying to integrate IBM WebSphere WAS AES
4.0.2 with the JBuilder 6.0 Enterprise Edition
(at the moment I use the trial version). My
system is running under Windows NT 4.0 SP 6.
I have already set up the configuration of my
application server in the menu "Tools /
Enterprise Setup". I restarted JBuilder and
created a new project. I assigned the application
server "WebSphere Application Server Single
Server 4.0" to my project (using the project
properties dialog).

I'm able to run and access EJBs with this
configuration.
My problem now is: I can't run JSPs or servlets
under WebSphere. JBuilder always starts them
under Tomcat. Tomcat is the configured web server
in the project properties. I think, I need to
check the "application server is web server"
checkbox in the project properties. But I can't
do that, because this checkbox is disabled /
grayed out. Anyknow out there knows a solution?
WebSphere has web server features, hasn't it??
Why can't I check that box?

Please help me. Right now this is a show stopper
for me. I really want to buy the full version ...
just tell me a solution.

Thanks a lot in advance.
Marc Schneider
 
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