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Weblogic to Websphere transition

 
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I'm working at a new job that will be using Websphere as it's J2EE app server. Most of my experience has been with Weblogic...
Is there any advice for from those that have used both as far as transitioning?
Anything I need to get used to that's different in terms of implementation?
Is it feasable to develop outside of an IDE tool from Unix? or is it too difficult to do without?
How hard will it be to pick up VAJ and/or WSAD compared to a product like Webgain?
What Object to Relationship mapping tools work best with it?
How does the hot deploy feature work?
I'm sure I'll have other questions as we go along...
This BB was a great find. Looks like a great place to hang out and get some useful information for Java.
 
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Transitioning from WL to WS is pretty easy , and there is also a redbook on the ibm site which outlines the app migration from WL to WS which is a good read . And for the Webgain to WSstudio you will find it really easy and better to use than webgain ( personal opinion )
 
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Which version of WebSphere Application Server would you use?
if (version = 3.5) {
learn("VisualAge for Java V3.5/4.0");
}
else if (version = 4.0) {
learn("WebSphere Studio Application Developer V4.0");
}
else if (version = 3.0) {
tell(yourProjectManager, "version is Too old!");
}
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Tony Chen

IBM Certified Specialist - WebSphere V3.5
IBM Certified Solution Developer - WebSphere V3.5
IBM Certified Systems Expert - Administration for WebSphere V3.5
Sun Certified Programmer for the JAVA 2 Platform

[This message has been edited by Tony Chen (edited December 14, 2001).]
 
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