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Installation of WAS 5.0

 
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Hi
I downloaded some files .zip or .exe witch contain the installation of WAS
5.0
but the version of those file contain a file : version.txt witch indicate
the ID :
<id>BASE</id>
<version>5.0.0</version>
and I would like to know the difference between :
<id>BASE</id> ,
<id>PME</id> and
<id>ND</id>.
Because when I want to install the Websphere Portal, It doesn't run because
I have a component "BASE" on my WAS 5.0 ???
Please Help me
Aurelien
 
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Base is just a standalone application server, one machine.
ND is basically a management system, that you can do to manage
a whole bunch of Base installs( This allows for clusters... ).
PME are advance items like that you can install( ex: BPEL ).
 
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Check the InfoCenter for the detailed requirements for Portal 5.0.
http://publib.boulder.ibm.com/pvc/wp/500/ent/en/InfoCenter/wpf/inst_req.html
The Enterprise Version of WAS includes PME, the base version does not. PME provides APIs that Portal requires.
I wonder if the reason you are not running is that you don't have PME, just base. I think base is always there, but for an enterprise install, PME is there as well.
I somehow got the idea that if you start the Portal install on a system with no WAS, it will install the necessary WAS for you, at least when installing from CD images.
 
aurelien Tertre
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Thanks
but when I choose a .zip ou .exe that I downloaded
and when I install the product (PME in the version.txt)
finally I have always a file : BASE.product in the version of my WAS ?
but I have some file to install my server :
C528AML.exe or C528IML.exe .....
if anyone have an idea ???
Aurelien
 
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Perhaps the site from which you downloaded those files has information on what they are.
 
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