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Multiple targets in websphere?.

 
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Hi all,

Is it possible to create multiple targets in websphere?.In weblogic we can create 'n' no of server instances(targets) listening at 'n' different ports.Is the same scenario possible in websphere also?.Kindly let me know at the earliest..

Thanks in advance..

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Priya.
 
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The virtual host on websphere provides the function.

Thanks

Lin
 
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Priya,

Look under WAS_HOME\AppServer\bin\wsinstance
You will find a executables for creating websphere instances.

You can use those to create multiple websphere instances.
This is ONE way.

Ofcourse, if all u want is different Servers, you can always, go the the admin console and create new servers. That was is easy to do.

Regds


Originally posted by Priya Jothi:
Hi all,

Is it possible to create multiple targets in websphere?.In weblogic we can create 'n' no of server instances(targets) listening at 'n' different ports.Is the same scenario possible in websphere also?.Kindly let me know at the earliest..

Thanks in advance..

Regards,
Priya.

 
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Hi James,

Thanks for ur reply!!.To my surprise i could not find any "wsinstance.cmd" under WAS_HOME\bin folder.I have installed Websphere Application Server 6.0.Also in admin console i dont see any way to create a new server.I dont know how to proced.
Plz can any1 help on this.

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Priya.
 
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In WAS 5/5.1.x it is possible to create new server instance using admin console. Go to Admin console/ servers and click "New" where you may need to enter the required to create a server instance. Not much into 6.0 but should be the same.
 
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You need a WebSphere Network Deployment version to be able to create multiple servers
http://www-306.ibm.com/software/webservers/appserv/was/network/
 
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Hi,

I have already installed Websphere Application Server in my system.What do i need to do to upgrade to this network deployment version?.Could you plz reply?.

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Priya.
 
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Priya,
As you have said you are using WAS 6.0, why not use different profile configurations.You can view profiles in WAS 6.0 as enhanced version of wsinstance.
Note : WAS 6.0 doesnt come wsinstance

For more info visit , http://websphere.sys-con.com/read/48342.htm

Regards,
Harish
 
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Priya,

WAS 5 ND is installed as a separate application on top of WAS 5 Base. In WAS 6 too, it should be the same way.

Cheers

Benny
 
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