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Configuring websphere server in my eclipse

 
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How to configure a websphere application server 5 in my eclipse 3.2?

I had done the configuration of jboss, jrun, tomcat servers successfully. I tried to install websphere server but the sever is getting stopped automatically. After installing the server, it is loading all the necessary files, but when started, it stops automatically.

Any help on this will be greatly appreciated
 
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I'm having a similar problem:
I can't set up Websphere from Eclipse. I mean, with JBoss or Tom Cat I just have to create a new server and point the target to the right folder.
What would be the right folder when using websphere trial?
If a point it to opt/IBM/WebSphere/AppServer, I get "Missing classpath entry /home/turma1/opt/IBM/WebSphere/AppServer/lib/activitySession.jar".

thanks guys,
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What version of WAS are you using? I believe that Eclipse currently only supports WAS 6.0, but not WAS 6.1.
 
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Merrill Higginson wrote:What version of WAS are you using? I believe that Eclipse currently only supports WAS 6.0, but not WAS 6.1.



I am using Websphere6.1 with Eclipse5.5 GA,getting below error while starting websphere via eclipse
The JVM option is invalid: -Xshareclasses:name=webspherev61,nonFatal
Could not create the Java virtual machine.


I AM ABLE TO START SERVER VIA START>>PROGRAMS>IBM WEBSPHERE......
config done from my end
was installed at =>E:\IBM
Profile root directory =>E:\IBM\profiles\AppSrv01
JDK config done to =>E:\IBM\java
 
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Starting version 6.1 of WebSphere you will not be able to configure it as a server. You can configure WAS Commu Edition but that's based on Geronimo. You will need a product like RAD or RSA (both from IBM) or a special eclipse blue edition from other vendor.

If all you care about is debugging then you can create debug configurations in Eclipse, which use the IP & Port from WAS. Run your WAS server and then run the debug config as well. The server will stop at the desired breakpoints.
 
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Deepak Pant wrote:Starting version 6.1 of WebSphere you will not be able to configure it as a server. You can configure WAS Commu Edition but that's based on Geronimo. You will need a product like RAD or RSA (both from IBM) or a special eclipse blue edition from other vendor.

If all you care about is debugging then you can create debug configurations in Eclipse, which use the IP & Port from WAS. Run your WAS server and then run the debug config as well. The server will stop at the desired breakpoints.




Thanks for quick reply

 
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