Ubuntu Linux solution stack implementation, Part 4: Solution stack setup and integration

Part 4 of this demo series shows you how to import the Java servlet application files into the Rational Application Developer workspace, edit a few classes, and deploy the application on a WebSphere Application Server. Finally, you get to see the solution stack work in a real life scenario. This 4-part demo series shows you how to implement the solution stack (Rational Application Developer, WebSphere Application Server, and DB2 Express-C) on Ubuntu Linux, and how to integrate them in a Java application.

Christian Linares, Student, IBM

Christian is currently a computer science student at UTSA with a concentration in security and software engineering. He is currently in Austin for the summer (2010) working at IBM as an intern on the developerWorks skills team.



17 August 2010

This demo shows you how to import the Java servlet application files into the Rational® Application Developer workspace, edit a few classes, and deploy the application on a WebSphere® Application Server. Finally, you get to see the solution stack work in a real life scenario. This 4-part demo series shows you how to implement the solution stack (Rational Application Developer, WebSphere Application Server, and DB2® Express-C) on Ubuntu Linux®, as well as how to integrate them in a Java™ application.

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9 minutes

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DescriptionNameSize
TranscriptTranscript4.pdf179KB
Product downloadRational Application Developer90MB to 6503MB
Product downloadDB2 Express-C140MB to 381MB
Product downloadWebSphere Application Server54MB to 130MB

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