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Weblogic to Websphere Migration

 
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Please what tool can i use to migrate my EAR/WAR files from weblogic to webshere
 
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hi, have you tried importing the ear/war directly? just wondering....as the containers are required to follow specifications, so what works in weblogic should work in websphere, except for vendor specific stuff, ....i guess thats where you need help
 
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The reason you can't transfer J2EE is quoted"Both IBM WebSphere Application Server and BEA WebLogic Application Server are leading, high-end application servers, and both adhere to the J2EE specification. However, they differ in the way they implement some features of the specification, and in their feature extensions. These differences can make it difficult to migrate enterprise applications from one application server to another. The migration encompasses more than just installing new software and reinstalling applications. It also involves issues such as education, skills, code, run time, deployment, tooling, and so on"
 
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The only thing that I noticed is the deployment descriptors are different in websphere and weblogic. if u are able to come up with the way of changing the websphere deployment descriptors to that of weblogic, u can easily migrate u'r app.
 
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visu, is that the vendor specific dd, or standard j2ee dd, like web.xml?

if its j2ee standard dd, then it should be same shouldnt it
 
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