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Websphere AAT

 
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Hi
I've got a Web Application that uses a web server and Tomcat as servlet engine. From now on I'd like to test another solution using Websphere 4, but I'm kinda sceptical about this...
Does anyone know where I could find Application Assembly Tool for Websphere.
I'd like to test the creation of an .ear file from my source files.
I just want to see how it works, and what kind of configuration files are generated (.xml).
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The Application Assembly Tool ships with WAS 4.0 and WAS 5.0x. If you download and eval copy, you should be able to launch it from the bin directory. Look for the batch file named assembly.bat
NOTE: AAT is no longer a part of WAS 5.1.
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What replaces AAT in 5.1?
 
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The application assembly tool is no longer a feature of the base WebSphere Application Server product beginning with Version 5.1. The assembly toolkit replaces the application assembly tool. The assembly toolkit is available on the IBM WebSphere Application Server Toolkit CD-ROM in the product package and at: http://www-1.ibm.com/support/docview.wss?rs=180&context=SSEQTP&q=ASTK&uid=swg24005125&loc=en_US . The assembly toolkit consists of the J2EE Perspective of the WebSphere Studio Application Developer product, including code generation capabilities.
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