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Hiii

Where i can find WSAD ? is comprensive in the Websphere Server?

The server i seee is disponible at ibm.com but WSAD?

WSAD i heard is similar eclipse! is true?

Please help me on the rescue of the software

Sorry for my confusion i hope for the future

Thanks

Gabry
 
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http://www-106.ibm.com/developerworks/websphere/zones/studio/
Here is a good link.

wsad is kind of a special eclipse with lots of extra plug-ins especially for J2EE.
WSAD has an integrated test environment. If you want to start with WAS from a developer-perspective the test environment is all that you need.
You are going to need lots of RAM. It works with 512 MB but its much better with > 1GB.

There is a good book, which I find is well worth the euros/dollars/other currencies spent:
amazon link
 
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Thanks for precious information


Bye !


Gabriele
 
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