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I've got a WSAD 5.1 installatiom on a Redhat Linux 8.0.
I was trying to invoke the ejbdeploy.sh tool in
/opt/IBM/WebSphereStudio/ApplicationDeveloper/v5.1/runtimes/aes_v4/bin
and it mourned about line 8 which calls setupCmdLine.sh.I then did an ls and found that there is a _setupCmdLine.sh and not setupCmdLine.sh.
Is this a mistake from IBM or what?
I renamed _setupCmdLine.sh to setupCmdLine.sh and then the ejbdeploy.sh worked fine after that

Why is the script named _setupCmdLine.sh instead of setupCmdLine.sh as line 8 in ejbdeploy.sh which says :

. $binDir/setupCmdLine.sh

???
jeff mutonho
 
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