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Hi Ranchers,
I want to download trial version for RAD 6 but all the links seem to redirect to download page for "RAD V7.0". Does this mean RAD 6 is no more available for trial download?
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Devendra
 
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I can't speak for IBM, but I would imagine that after releasing IBM's Rational Application Developer 7, their main goal and focus is to promote that produce.

Why would you want to download a trial of an earlier, inferior version, anyways?

The IBM advantage site still has it for download, if you are working with a partner.

Good luck!

-Cameron McKenzie
 
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Hi Cameron,
I don't have any problem with using RAD 7. Only because IBM exams 256/257 mention RAD 6?
[IBM Certified Advanced Application Developer - Rational Application Developer for WebSphere Software V6.0 ].
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Devendra
 
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Devendra,
RAD 7 supports J2EE 1.4 as does RAD 6. So they are very similar from a testing point of view.
 
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Thanks Jeanne.
 
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