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Websphere Local Setup

 
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Hello all, long time reader, first time poster. I've seen some really useful information here and I thought it was time to share my knowledge as well as get some more insight into my own issues.
Currently my company's development platform is RAD 7.5 & WAS 7.0. For web development all of our images are stored on an apache server while the web applications run on WAS. Locally however, we only run a WAS server.
For example:
The Web App is located at xxxx.com/webprojectnamehere/home.xhtml
Images and supporting style sheets are here: xxxx.com/images/header.jpg
On my local machine I only have the web project pulled down. How can I setup my workspace/was server to point to a test apache server in our environment? Or is there a different solution?
Thanks in advance!
 
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You have two choices...

1. You can install IHS on your local machine and federate it into your base was server.

2. You can create a simple war in your app which bundles all the images with "images" as the context root. See if this works.
 
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