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Installation of RAD 7.0 and WAS version 6 Integrated Test Environment

 
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Hi everybody, Happy New Year.

I was able to find the guide for the installation of the RAD 6 WAS v6 Test Environment. see http://www-1.ibm.com/support/docview.wss?rs=2042&context=SSRTLW&dc=D600&dc=DB520&dc=DB530&dc=D700&dc=DB500&dc=DB540&dc=DB510&dc=DB550&q1=Test+Environment+install+fails&uid=swg21209120&loc=en_US&cs=utf-8&lang=en

I have the Windows operating system. Now, I have RAD 7.0 and I wish to intall the WAS v6 Test Environment. When I installed RAD 7.0, I did not see the WAS v6 Test Environment as one of the RAD 7.0 features.

Could anybody provide guidance on the installation of the RAD 7.0 WAS Test Environment? Thank you.
 
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I'm installing RAD 7 right now, and the installation manager provides, as one of the options, to install the WebSphere 6 and 6.1 test environments. It was right down at the bottom of the page in the Installation Mangaer. Run it again, and see if it's an option.

I downloaded 10 disc images. I think the installation manager looks at those images to see what's available. Maybe you didn't download the distribution that comes with the WAS 6 test environment, although I can't even imagine that is possible.

Good luck.

-Cameron McKenzie
 
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Thanks for your reply.

Maybe I overlooked during the installation process. I installed RAD 7.0 from CDs (not downloading from the internet). I may have to go through the entire process again.
 
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I have gone through the RAD 7.0 installation process again. I think I did not miss anything during the first round of installation. I "think" the "test environment" is worded as "runtime environment" in RAD 7.0. Is it correct? If the answer is yes, I have the "test environment" in my workstation already.

Besides, I created a very simple project in RAD 7.0, I was able to see modifications of code in the browser by clicking on Run on Server.
 
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If Run on Server works, then you've got it!

Happy WebSphere 7!

-Cameron McKenzie
 
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