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Problem in WSAD 6.1

 
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Hi All,
i want to create new application server instance just like we were doing in WSAD 5.
But, in WSAD 6.1, we do not have option to create new application server. We have option to create new web server or MQ server.
can any body tell me how to create new application server instance on WSAD 6.1 and assign console for that application server.

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I'll assume you mean RAD 6 as there is no WSAD 6.

In RAD 6, there is one server. You add projects to this server. You can create multiple server profiles if you want, but they still point to the same server. The console is defaulted to the built in server.

Note that this is a real WebSphere server instead of a test environment like we got in WSAD 5.
 
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Thanks for help
Can you tell me how to create new server profiles


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Search firststeps.bat file in your profile folder. Run that and you will get GUI screen.
 
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