Matt Anderson

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It stores the configuration of all the app servers running under that admin server.
22 years ago
I think its good if deploying web app was a difficult task,it would keep websphere/j2ee folks in demand and a well paid job 2,
:-)
22 years ago
does any one have an idea which jar file would contain the connection pool packages.
com.ibm.ejs.dbm.jdbcetx.*
and
com.ibm.ejs.cm.pool.*

I am trying to import the classes in wsad and it gives me an error on console saying import com.ibm.ejs... cannot be resolved.
Any help would be highly appreciated.
Thx
Matt
22 years ago
yes, it is. Closing the connection will actually return the connection back to the pool.
Matt
22 years ago
I got my first webservice working, I followed the multimedia tutorial on www.webspherecentral.com.
22 years ago
when you are typing the url without a port, it will take u to default port ...8080 or 80. either you need to configure websphere to listen on the default port(8080) or you may need to redirect all the request on default port to port 9080.
Matt
22 years ago
Does anyone know of a book that shows how to configure DB2 for the following.
1. To talk to a session database located on a remote server
2. To configure DB2 to talk to database on OS/390.
I want something that i can implement immediately without having to read thru a thick book.
Any help will be appreciated.
Matt
22 years ago
I found this as a parameter in httpd.conf the following is the parameter that needs to be set.
ThreadsPerChild 50
For details see page 874 of this
http://www.redbooks.ibm.com/redbooks/SG246176.html
Matt
22 years ago
Is there a limit to the number of connections a client can open to the port on which the appserver is running with WS4.0.
With WS3.5 there was a setting I remember for the OSE called Max connections which decides how many max connections to allow.
Matt
22 years ago
Also there are some cool links for learning wsad on www.webspherecentral.com
Matt
22 years ago
Replying to Mustang India-
with WS 4.0.x the concept has been totally changed due to changes in the specs for J2EE. You can no longer deploy an app in the traditional servlet/web fashion.
with WS 4.0 your app is packed into a war file and the deployment descriptor (web.xml) describes everything about the app, its resources , links and mappings etc.
Further more ibm provides few "xmi" files which are used to configure the app the way websphere wants. In other words,the file serving servlet and the JSP invoker servlet is all gone, now in one of the "ibm-web-ext.xmi" files you specify saying fileServingEnabled="true" or . This xmi file is one per web-app.
Also there is another file called "ibm-web-bind.xmi" which is used to bind the app to a particular host.

so in all there are 3 files needed to describe your app completely to the appserver.
1. ibm-web-ext.xmi (container specific)
2. ibm-web-bind.xmi (container specific)
3. web.xml (regular J2EE)
they are created by default when you use WSAD (websphere studio application developer).
For the latest and the greatest on websphere refer to the following link
www.websphere-world.com
I pretty much look this site everyday to keep track of latest things in websphere.
With weblogic you need the following to deploy the app.
1. weblogic.xml (container specific)
2. web.xml (Regular J2EE)
Hope this helps.
Matt
[ April 23, 2002: Message edited by: Matt Anderson ]
[ April 23, 2002: Message edited by: Matt Anderson ]
22 years ago
Thanx Kyle, I'll be anxious to hear about redbook publication on porting PB apps on websphere4.0.x.
Also if the misguidung FAQ can be corrected that will be very helpful.
If folks at IBM can send me more info on porting PB app on WS4.0, before the redbook gets published(I don't know when will that get published) I'll highly appreciate it.
Also we would like to get rid of PB and move towards standard EJB specs.If someone can give guidelines on do's and don't will be very helpful.
once again thx for the response.
Matt
[ April 21, 2002: Message edited by: Matt Anderson ]
22 years ago
Kyle,
For the persistence builder stuff the FAQ link for websphere 4.0 says that PB objects are not supported by WS4.0.
Here's the link i am following (search on keyword persistence)
http://www7b.boulder.ibm.com/wsdd/library/faq/ws40faq.html
Your feedback will be very helpful since we have a lot of pressure from management to migrate to WS4.0.3 , but our app uses PB objects.Also Please guide me how to migrate from PB to EJB.
Thx
[ April 21, 2002: Message edited by: Matt Anderson ]
22 years ago
Quick question
while transferring app from 3.5.x to 4.0 should i include the jsp invoker servlet / file serving servlet in the web.xml?
Please help,
22 years ago
Try the Timer class introduced with jdk1.3. This can be used to sync up the two threads.Also you can use the notify method , such that one thread would notify the other before executing the bean operation.