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Verify that RAD 7 has JDK 1.5 and 6.1 Test server

 
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I have two questions on RAD 7:

1. How can I verify that the JDK version is indeed 1.5 that comes with RAD7?

2. The trial download did not have WebSphere Test Server 6.1. As I udnerstand WebSphere Test Server 6.1 should have 1.5 JDK. How can I acquire 6.1 test server to run in RAd 7?
 
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Hi,

Go to the folder RAD 7... Under that, find where you have the java.exe file....Come down to command prompt and find jave version.... And IBM Websphere 6.1 is available ....

Thanks,
Jaffer
 
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Unless you opted not to install it, the RAD trial does come with a WAS V6.1 server. If you're sure it's not installed, start the IBM Installation manager and select "Modify Packages". You will then see the option to install it.
 
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