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How to do the conncetion establishment with WAS 6.0 using RAD 7.0 in our existing application

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Dear All,
We have already developed the application in WASD(IBM Application developer with WAS 5.0).It is working properly. Now we have to migrate our application with RAD 7.0(IBM Rational Application Developer with WAS 6.0).But I am facing problem using RAD 7.0 how to do the database connection establish?
Could you please refer me any url/link which would help me my existing application workspace should be work with RAD 7.0 and what are the steps I will do for the server creation of Data Source name, Database connection establishment etc…?
Thanks in advance.

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You set up the datasource on the server. Right click the server when it is started and choose open admin console.
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And if it's a new server, you'll need to set up a JDBC driver, and likely an authentication alias to be used by the datasource.

Here's a tutorial for version 6. I think your IRAD 7 will be using a version 6 test server:

Configuring a WebSphere DataSource in Rational Developer

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