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How do I configure WAS 7 with Eclipse Juno?

 
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Hi All,

I'm still relatively new to this WAS group, so please bare with me...
I'm trying to setup a dev environment on my laptop to emulate developement on a WebSphere 7 server using an Eclipse Juno IDE.
I've done this with tomcat many times, but never with an IBM websphere server.
Can anyone suggest if this is possible and possibly walk me through the steps of set-up?
Or possibly point me to a link that would do the same?

Thanks for your patence and time and more so for your response.

-Joe
 
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Never mind folks, I found a link with enough info to get me started.
Incase anyone else had the same trouble:
http://blog.webagesolutions.com/archives/538 / How to setup Eclipse with WebSpere 7

Hope that can be of help to someone else as well.

-Joe

 
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