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Could i ask a basic web sphere application server question?

 
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Hello All,
Hope you all have a good week. I am having a basic websphere application server question and I'd like to seek your help if you know the answer.

I have created a new Java dynamic project in RAD 7.5.5, and I'd like to know if is it ok to run WAS 6 in RAD 7.5.5 ?

Please give me all possible advices and alternatives for running WAS 6.0 in RAD 7.5.5.

Thanks so much in advance for all of your helps,

Minh
 
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As far as I recall (it's been a year or so since I had to do that sort of configuration) you can do that. I assume you're asking because the only options you see are some other WAS versions? If I recall correctly you have to run something externally to install WAS 6 and make it known to your RAD. That would either be one of the install CDs or one of the downloads from the IBM website.
 
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Yes. When you install WebSphere you can choose which test environments you want. You'd choose the WebSphere 6 one. You'll also need to make sure your project is using Java 1.4 and Java EE 1.4 since that's what WebSphere 6 supports. (6.1 supports something later.)
 
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