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Wanted help with migration.

 
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All,
I just joined the WebSphere community of JavaRanch and am into the migration of WAS3.5 applications to WAS5.0 server. We have just consolidated the plan and process for the same. I would like to know if there are any documentations that suggest better design of WAS3.5 applications to ensure that the impact is minimised during their move to WAS5.0 This is to ensure that the development which happens in the current WAS3.5 environment will be designed better to have less impact during their move to WAS5.0. Appreciate any comments from you all.

Thanks,
Maya.
 
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Hi Maya,

If you could be more specific with the type of application and then i can tell you what areas to take care on.
I'm an IBM certified WAS 5 admin.You can directly mail me too.

Regards

Benny
 
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