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Migration from Websphere v6.0 to Websphere v6.1 : Guideleines please

 
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[color=darkblue]Hi All,

My requirement is to migrate the J2EE application from Websphere v6.0 to Websphere v6.1.

Application is developed on IBM JDK1.3. Migrated to IBM JDK1.4.2 (one that comes with Websphere 6.0) long back.

Now it will be migrated to IBM JDK1.5.

Technologies used in Application
1. Java Script.
2. HTML
3. CSS
4. JSPs (too much scriptlets are used as per application frame work)
5. Servlets
6. EJB 2.0
7. JDBC 2.0
8. XML
9. XSL

>We are using Jakarta Ant v1.3 for buildscript, is that needs to be updated with higher version?

> is there any specific configurational chages in WASv6.1 , are there any specific performence tuning mechanisams etc.. ?


if we migrate application to WAS6.1, which fix pack we have to apply for WAS for better performence n memory management at runtime.

any links/docs/guidelines/inputs are appriciated.. n your experiences while migration....

How one can plan migration proj/where to start and where to end,what all needs to be tested apart from application Functinality etc,.. well I have some ideas and approches to implement the same... your ideas are welcome.

Thank You. [/color]
 
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